Latham: Ridulph's bones show three deep cut marks
SYCAMORE – A forensic anthropologist testified this morning that three deep cuts to bones of Maria Ridulph's throat and chest area looked to have been made by a knife blade.
As Jack McCullough's murder trial continued Wednesday morning, Krista Latham, a molecular and forensic anthropologist who teaches at the University of Indianapolis, was one of two witnesses who took the stand as the prosecution continued its case. Latham said she observed the exhumation of Maria Ridulph's remains on July 27, 2011, and the autopsy that was performed at the DeKalb County Coroner's Office.
Latham identified various photos taken during the autopsy and commented on the remarkable preservation of Maria's remains. The bones were then taken to Latham's lab in Indianapolis, where greater study of them showed three deep cut marks near the throat and chest area.
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