Well, it's Friday again. So I invite you to pour a cup of your favorite coffee brew and join me for a few random thoughts. And since I am still in recovery mode and typing comes with some difficulty, I will begin with a quick update on my health followed with a post I wrote a while back.
1. On Wednesday I returned to see my surgeon for my postop appointment (15 days following my surgery). For the most part he was pleased, although he is concerned about a hematoma which has formed. He is hoping it will dissipate on it's own. If it does not then he will have to care for it in the OR. Normally I would be seeing him in four weeks, but due to this I will be seeing him in two. I did get my cast off and the sutures out. I have a temporary splint on. Next Wednesday I see the hand therapist who will fit me for a splint I can put on and take off myself. Yea! Thanks for your own ongoing prayers!
2. You Can Run but You Can’t Hide!
CSI (Crime Scene Investigation) might be the most watched show on television – but it is losing popularity among law enforcement personnel. It seems that criminals are “wising up” on how to go about covering up their tracks after a crime. And it appears that they are learning how to do so by watching the popular TV series. Take for example the case of Jermaine "Maniac"
McKinney. This guy allegedly broke into a
home and murdered two women. He then
carefully cleaned up the crime scene (using bleach which destroys DNA evidence)
and disposed of the bodies and his bloody clothing. He did make one mistake, though. He attempted to get rid of some of the
evidence by throwing it into a lake. However the lake was frozen and what he
threw remained on top of the ice (apparently the ice was too thin to support
his weight, so he was unable to retrieve the incriminating evidence). Investigators later recovered the evidence
and charged McKinney
with two counts of murder (the word, “duh” comes to mind!).
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