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Look at the flashlight on the kitchen counter
TT: Let me first describe the picture for the tape, cause the secretary’s going to kill me. That’s the back sink right there at he bottom of the circular staircase.
PR: Right.
TT: OK. OK. That photograph of that.
ST: Patsy, to the best of your memory, how many flashlights did your family own or keep in the house on the 15th Street?
PR: I don’t know.
ST: Do you…
PR: Burke had some round ones, you know.
ST: Did John, as a pilot or for the cars in the garage or the house, did he, do you recall flashlights?
PR: I think we had kind of a big one, I don’t know where it was. I think John Andrew gave it to John for, I don’t know whether he gave it to him for the plane or not. I know he keeps one in the plane, I think.
ST: Can you describe that for me, what color it was for example?
PR: The one John gave…
ST: Uh-huh.
PR: I think it was in that drawer that, that little, we usually kept it I think in that drawer. Yeah.
ST: Maybe in this room somewhere in this vicinity.
PR: Yeah, and I think it was like a big black one, you know.
ST: Well, is this picture, and that’s not a good photo. Would that be representative of the flashlight that you are describing.
PR: Yeah, probably, I’m afraid don’t know what this it is.
ST: Ad for the purpose of the tape, I’m showing Patsy a photograph depicting, is that the kitchen table?
TT: Kitchen counter.
ST: Kitchen counter, with several items, but including what appears to be a flashlight on it.
PR: Yeah, it appears to be. I remember a big, he gave him a big flashlight at one time, but I don’t remember.
TT: Is it plastic material it’s made out of?
PR: It seemed like it was heavy, I don’t know.
PR: John would remember.
TT: OK, next let me do this for the secretary. When you were talking about the drawer that the flashlight was normally kept in, refer back to that other picture, the drawer by the sink.
PR: Yeah.
TT: Bottom of the staircase.
PR: Yeah.
TT: The drawer to the left of (inaudible).
PR: Kind of a catchall, sort of.
TT: Dump drawer.
PR: Dump drawer, we have lots of junk drawers.
ST: Patsy, did you or John or anybody in the family own a pair of binoculars?
PR: We have binoculars somewhere.
PR: I think we’ve got some on the (inaudible), I think.
ST: OK. But again, probably like the flashlight, can you describe, recollect that pair of binoculars…
PR: I think there was some binoculars up I John Andrew’s room, up on the dresser, the highboy, I think.
ST: Green, black, blue, red?
PR: I, black I think. I don’t remember. I don’t think they’re blue or red. I don’t know where they cam from or…
No homeowner would need to wipe batteries clean but it is a wise move for a burglar or killer. Here's an article about a killer leaving his prints on the batteries inside the flashlight. It was a stupid mistake. Someone who has really thought about "law enforcement countermeasures and tactics" and "security measures" would more than likely be the owner of the flashlight with clean batteries.

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