One of the more interesting exhibits is a drawing that was done by Ada MacNeill, the youngest MacNeill child. Ada MacNeill was the first to find her mother in the tub April 11th, 2007.
In the drawing she depicts Michele lying completely in the tub with her head by the faucet. She writes that her hair was going into the drain, her head was out of the water and her eyes were open.
One of the most disputed facts during the trial had to do with what Michele was wearing.
The only other person to testify about blood during the trial was Eileen Heng, former girlfriend to Martin MacNeill’s son. Heng testified that when she first appeared at the MacNeill home after Michele’s death Martin told her there was “blood everywhere.”
It’s not really clear if it was blood, and if it was, where the blood came from. One of the pictures released Tuesday is a picture of Michele post-mortem. It shows the top of her head and the only cut found on her body which was an incision from her recent face lift.
One of the first responders who took the stand testified that when they performed CPR on Michele she started to get color back and her incisions started to bleed.
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