The police and prosecution have contended that some of the evidence supporting the theory that Jordan murdered Kenzie and her unborn baby is that only footprints belonging to Jordan and his sister Janessa were observed in the snow surrounding the property.
I challenge this claim for the following reasons:
First, Chris Brown left for work around 7am. His footprints should have been observed as he would have walked from the residence to his vehicle on the morning of the murders.
Second, tree trimmers were on the property at some point when they heard 4-year-old Adalynn crying. One of the tree trimmers described approaching Adalynn who alerted them at almost 10am on February 20th, 2009.
In the following article one of the tree trimmer's describes walking on the property to aid Adalynn who informed him of her mother's death:http://www.vindy.com/news/2009/mar/25/11....rial/?newswatch
Chris Brown was at work. Houk’s 4-year-old daughter, Adalynn, was home alone when she found her mother’s body. She came to the door of the farmhouse crying, and alerted a tree-trimming crew that was working in the yard, said Steve Cable, owner of the tree service.“I went over. I said, ‘What’s wrong?’” Cable testified. “She said her mommy’s dead. I said, ‘Are you sure she’s not sleeping?’ She said no, she’s dead.”
Cable said he tried to call the property owner to get permission to go inside but could not reach him. So he called 911.
State police got the call around 10 a.m., and were at the house by 10:13 a.m., said Trooper Harry Gustafson of the state police’s New Castle post.
Third, rescue personnel arrived on the scene. There is a photograph showing an ambulance and a man approaching the house.
This clearly shows that the claim that Jordan and Janessa's footprints were the only ones observed is erroneous and inaccurate. If their footprints were the only ones observed then it begs even more important questions about why the above footprints were absent from the scene.