"When we got her clothes, they were in very good condition. Her blue jeans and sweater were in good condition. No tears, smudges, scuffs, dirt or gravel were on her blue jeans or sweater. No marks on her clothes of any type showing a fall, but her body had all these abrasions and contusions and bruises from her head to her toe. Why aren't her clothes torn or scraped up?"She noted, "Our daughter was found with the top part of her body exposed. Her sweater and bra up around her neck. No coat on and no shoes. It was 15 degrees that night."
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