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2019.11.05 23:58 The_Escalation 2019 ABC Holiday Schedule

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SUNDAY, NOV. 17
AMERICA’S FUNNIEST HOME VIDEOS – “3008” – It’s a Thanksgiving celebration on “America’s Funniest Home Videos,” including a woman who is grossed out by having to prepare a turkey for dinner and a little boy who is thankful for dinosaurs; plus, selfies gone wrong and people getting scared. (7:00-8:00 p.m.)
KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS – “Turkey in Space” – In a special Thanksgiving-themed episode, Tiffany shares her favorite Turkey Day traditions and films an infomercial for “Gobble Gobble Wrapping Paper” with kids who frantically gift wrap everything from Thanksgiving leftovers to a live turkey. Later, Tiffany and an 8-year-old girl pitch movie ideas to her big shot Hollywood director friend Jack McBrayer (“30 Rock”). (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
TUESDAY, NOV. 19
THE CONNERS – “Slappy Holidays” – Chaos ensues when Dan finally gets the entire family together for Thanksgiving dinner. Mixed feelings about the Lunch Box continue to build tension in the house, and Harris makes an unexpected move. Guest starring is Eliza Bennett as Odessa. (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 20
THE GOLDBERGS – “Angst-Giving” – Even though Beverly’s patience with Pop Pop is put to the test due to his endless Thanksgiving demands, she is able to put aside her own feelings to help heal the long-standing rift between Murray and Pop Pop. Meanwhile, Barry and Erica are ready to return home for the holiday, but Uncle Marvin accidentally drives them to Pittsburgh. Marvin attempts to make it right not knowing if they will make it to Jenkintown in time to celebrate the holiday. Judd Hirsch and Dan Fogler return to guest star as Pop Pop and Uncle Marvin, respectively. (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
SCHOOLED – “Friendsgiving” – CB celebrates Thanksgiving by having all of William Penn rally around him after a cooking incident at his house, while the alumni faculty football game brings out the competitive sides of Wilma and Coach Mellor. (8:30-9:00 p.m.)
MODERN FAMILY – “The Last Thanksgiving” – Cameron and Mitchell’s friends mistakenly assume they have split up and have definitely chosen a side, and Haley attempts to cook Thanksgiving dinner as a thank you for Claire and Phil’s support with the twins. Meanwhile, Jay invites Phil and Dylan out to fly his model plane, and Phil thinks this is his chance to reclaim his dignity after their first outing 10 years ago went so wrong. (9:00-9:31 p.m.)
SINGLE PARENTS – “Every Thursday Should Be Like This” – When Will gets busy cooking Thanksgiving dinner at Douglas’ home, he asks Angie to hang out with Tracy Freeze (guest star Jama Williamson). Angie reluctantly does so, only to realize that Tracy is actually wonderful, except for a secret she’s keeping from Will. Meanwhile, Miggy shows up to Thanksgiving dinner with the kids’ teacher, Ms. Pronstroller (Sarah Yarkin), as his date, and he enlists Douglas’ assistance in helping them form an in-person connection, given all of their previous communication has been via texts, DMs and memes. (9:31-10:00 p.m.)
STUMPTOWN – “November Surprise” – Dex goes undercover after she is hired by a local politician to dig up dirt on his political opponent. Meanwhile, Grey and Liz’s romance continues, and Dex celebrates Friendsgiving with the group. (10:00-11:00 p.m.)
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27
A CHARLIE BROWN THANKSGIVING – In the 1973 special, “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving,” created by late cartoonist Charles M. Schulz, Charlie Brown wants to do something special for the gang. However, the dinner he arranges is a disaster when the caterers, Snoopy and Woodstock, prepare toast and popcorn as the main dish. Humiliated, it will take all of Marcie’s persuasive powers to salvage the holiday for Charlie Brown. A special bonus cartoon from Charles M. Schulz, “This Is America, Charlie Brown: The Mayflower Voyagers,” will air with the Peanuts classic, in which history comes to animated screen life in a captivating and informative program about the Mayflower voyagers. The special will air with Spanish audio via SAP. In “This Is America, Charlie Brown: The Mayflower Voyagers,” the year is 1620. After 65 grueling, sea-tossed days, the Pilgrims are in view of America’s shores – and Charlie Brown and the Peanuts crew are with them as they experience firsthand the lifestyle of the early settlers and celebrate the first Thanksgiving. (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
THURSDAY, NOV. 28
THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISNEY: MAGICAL HOLIDAY CELEBRATION – “The Wonderful World of Disney: Magical Holiday Celebration” kicks off the holiday season on ABC. Join celebrity hosts as they present the two-hour prime-time special on Thanksgiving night from Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Disneyland Resort in California. This magical celebration will feature musical performances with some of today’s top artists among a flurry of Disney holiday entertainment. During the prime-time special, viewers will also be treated to several Disney Parks sneak peeks, including a behind-the-scenes look into future attractions coming to Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Disneyland Resort in California. Hosts and performers to be confirmed at a later date. (8:00-10:00 p.m.)
SUNDAY, DEC. 1
SANTA CLAUS IS COMIN’ TO TOWN – In the perennial favorite created in 1970 by Rankin-Bass Productions (“Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” “Frosty the Snowman”), Fred Astaire narrates this timeless tale of Kris Kringle (Mickey Rooney), a young boy with an immense desire to do good things for others. The vocal cast features Mickey Rooney as Kris Kringle; Keenan Wynn as Winter; Paul Frees as Burgermeister Meisterburger, Grimsby, the soldiers and the townsmen; Joan Gardner as Tanta Kringle; Robie Lester as Jessica and Andrea Sacino; Dina Lynn, Gary White and Greg Thomas as the children. (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
MONDAY, DEC. 2
THE GREAT CHRISTMAS LIGHT FIGHT – Season Premiere – “701/704” – ‘Tis the season for ABC’s immensely popular decorating competition series, “The Great Christmas Light Fight,” which continues to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with celebrity judges—lifestyle expert Carter Oosterhouse and famed interior designer Taniya Nayak. Season seven of the holiday hit will once again showcase the most extravagant and utterly spectacular Christmas displays America has to offer! In each one-hour episode, four families with dazzling household displays will compete to win $50,000 and the coveted Light Fight trophy. (8:00-10:00 p.m.)
TUESDAY, DEC. 3
CMA COUNTRY CHRISTMAS – Trisha Yearwood will host and perform on the 10th annual “CMA Country Christmas.” The two-hour music celebration features a night filled with Christmas classics and festive one-of-a-kind collaborations by Yearwood, Kristin Chenoweth, for KING & COUNTRY, Chris Janson, Tori Kelly, Lady Antebellum, Rascal Flatts, Runaway June, CeCe Winans, Brett Young and Chris Young. “CMA Country Christmas” is a production of the Country Music Association. Robert Deaton is the executive producer. (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
THURSDAY, DEC. 5
A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS – Celebrate the joy of the holidays with the classic animated Christmas-themed PEANUTS special, “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” created by the late cartoonist Charles M. Schulz. In the digitally remastered 1965 special, Charlie Brown complains about the overwhelming materialism that he sees everywhere during the Christmas season. Lucy suggests that he become director of the school Christmas pageant and Charlie Brown accepts, but it proves to be a frustrating struggle. When an attempt to restore the proper spirit with a forlorn little fir Christmas tree fails, Charlie Brown needs Linus’ help to learn what the real meaning of Christmas is. In addition, another PEANUTS special based on the works of Charles Schulz, “Charlie Brown’s Christmas Tales,” will also air with the Emmy®-winning classic. (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
SAME TIME, NEXT CHRISTMAS – In this original holiday film, Olivia Anderson (played by Lea Michele) is a successful young woman who met her childhood sweetheart during her family’s annual Christmas visit to Hawaii. After being separated by distance and years, the two reunite at the same Hawaiian resort years later, and the old chemistry between them flares up anew—but circumstances conspire to keep them apart. “Same Time, Next Christmas” stars Lea Michele as Olivia Anderson, Charles Michael Davis as Jeff Williams, Bryan Greenberg as Gregg Harris, George Newbern as Woody Anderson, Nia Vardalos as Faye Anderson, Phil Morris as Alec Williams and Dannah Lockett as Madelyn Williams. (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
MONDAY, DEC. 9
THE GREAT CHRISTMAS LIGHT FIGHT – “703/706” – “The Great Christmas Light Fight” showcases the most extravagant and utterly spectacular Christmas displays America has to offer! (8:00-10:00 p.m.)
TUESDAY, DEC. 10
THE CONNERS – “Smoking Penguins and Santa on Santa action” – Dan is disappointed when everyone but Becky forgets about his birthday. Meanwhile, Darlene is faced with another issue, and Dan excludes Jackie from the family Christmas Santa photo for mistreating Louise. Guest starring is Katey Sagal as Louise, Jay R. Ferguson as Ben and James Pickens Jr. as Chuck. (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
BLESS THIS MESS – “Goose Glazing Time” – Mike and Rio are thrilled about having their first Christmas alone together as a married couple, but a wrench is thrown into their romanticized holiday plans as they are interrupted by crisis after crisis. Meanwhile, Kay invites Beau home for Christmas so that they can give Jacob a proper holiday. (8:30-9:00 p.m.)
MIXED-ISH – “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” – Alicia and Paul strive to maintain their winter solstice traditions from the commune, but their parents want to have a more traditional Christmas with the kids. Meanwhile, Alicia’s dad, Lynwood (guest star Richard Lawson), competes with Harrison to be the kids’ favorite grandad. (9:00-9:30 p.m.)
BLACK-ISH – “Father Christmas” – Pops doesn’t do Christmas, so when he shows up to the house full of holiday cheer with Lynette (Loretta Devine), Dre is thrown off. Pops wants to make up for lost time and go all out this Christmas. The whole family gets into the holiday spirit until someone from Lynette’s past shows up. Anthony Anderson directed the episode. (9:30-10:00 p.m.)
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 11
THE GOLDBERGS – “It’s a Wonderful Life” – Hoping to outdo the Kremp family, Beverly decides the Goldbergs must do an even better family holiday card, but Geoff is surprised he is not invited to be in the photo. Meanwhile, a pranking war with Barry and JTP quickly spirals out of control. (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
MODERN FAMILY – “The Last Christmas” – Cameron is hoping to keep everyone happy for their annual Christmas dinner, but Mitchell is suspicious he is hiding an ulterior motive. Meanwhile, Claire tries to dodge Jay’s job offer to work at his dog bed company and Luke has to deal with the consequences of kissing Manny’s ex-girlfriend, Sherri. (9:00-9:31 p.m.)
SINGLE PARENTS – “Good Holidays to You” – When Graham writes a letter to Santa asking for either a white Christmas or to meet his father, Angie goes on a mission to find snow in Southern California with the help of Will and Sophie. Meanwhile, after Rory, Emma and Amy find out that Poppy and Douglas are romantically involved, the kids use this knowledge to their advantage to guilt their parents into buying them more Christmas presents. (9:31-10:00 p.m.)
THURSDAY, DEC. 12
OLAF’S FROZEN ADVENTURE – In “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure,” Olaf (voice of Josh Gad) teams up with Sven on a merry mission. It’s the first holiday season since the gates reopened and Anna (voice of Kristen Bell) and Elsa (voice of Idina Menzel) host a celebration for all of Arendelle. When the townspeople unexpectedly leave early to enjoy their individual holiday customs, the sisters realize they have no family traditions of their own. So, Olaf sets out to comb the kingdom to bring home the best traditions, and save Anna and Elsa’s “first Christmas in forever.” “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure” features the original cast of Arendelle characters, including Olaf, voiced by Josh Gad (“Marshall,” “Book of Mormon”); Anna, voiced by Kristen Bell (“Frozen,” “Bad Moms”); Elsa, voiced by Idina Menzel (Broadway’s “Wicked,” “Rent” and “If/Then”; Fox’s “Glee”); and Kristoff, voiced by Jonathan Groff (Broadway’s “Hamilton,” Netflix’s “Mindhunter”). (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
TOY STORY THAT TIME FORGOT – Pixar Animation Studios’ special for television, “Toy Story That Time Forgot,” features your favorite characters from the “Toy Story” films. During a post-Christmas play date, the “Toy Story” gang finds themselves in uncharted territory when the coolest set of action figures ever turn out to be dangerously delusional. It’s all up to Trixie the triceratops if the gang hopes to return to Bonnie’s room in this “Toy Story That Time Forgot.” The cast includes Tom Hanks as Woody, Tim Allen as Buzz, Kristen Schaal as Trixie, Kevin McKidd (“Grey’s Anatomy”) as Reptillus Maximus, Wallace Shawn as Rex, Timothy Dalton as Mr. Pricklepants, Don Rickles as Mr. Potato Head and Joan Cusack as Jessie. (8:30-9:00 p.m.)
THE GREAT AMERICAN BAKING SHOW: HOLIDAY EDITION – Season Premiere – “Cake and Bread Week” – On your marks, get set, bake! The most festive and friendliest competition on television returns with hosts Emma Bunton (Spice Girls) and Anthony “Spice” Adams, and judges Paul Hollywood (“The Great British Baking Show”) and three-time James Beard Award-winning pastry chef Sherry Yard. The heat is on when 10 bakers enter the tent in the two-hour season five premiere of “The Great American Baking Show: Holiday Edition.” Based on the hit U.K. series “The Great British Baking Show,” “The Great American Baking Show: Holiday Edition” features bakers from across the country battling through 24 total challenges with six challenges throughout each two-hour themed episode, all in the hopes of being crowned “America’s Best Amateur Baker.” (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
FRIDAY, DEC. 13
AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE – “The Bromance Before Christmas” – Katie looks forward to sharing her favorite childhood Christmas tradition with Taylor, but a surprise visit from her mom, Kathryn (Wendie Malick), threatens her holiday cheer. Meanwhile, Greg is blindsided by Katie’s good intentions; and to make matters worse, Oliver and Anna-Kat break a family heirloom. (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
FRESH OFF THE BOAT – “Jessica Town” – Jessica is thriving in the merriment of Christmas, the time of year she takes full control of the household and everything is perfect until Louis does the unthinkable—tries to help, turning her Christmas dream into a holiday nightmare. Meanwhile, Eddie, Emery and Evan find themselves on the naughty list for breaking an expensive gift, which might just require the assistance of elves, or Grandma Huang, to fix. (8:30-9:00 p.m.)
SUNDAY, DEC. 15
THE SOUND OF MUSIC – ABC will air the Rodgers & Hammerstein cinematic treasure “The Sound of Music.” Celebrate the Oscar®-winning classic with popular favorites “Edelweiss,” ”My Favorite Things,” “Climb Every Mountain,” “Do-Re-Mi,” “Sixteen Going on Seventeen,” “The Lonely Goatherd” and “The Sound of Music.” (7:00-11:00 p.m.)
MONDAY, DEC. 16
THE GREAT CHRISTMAS LIGHT FIGHT – Season Finale – “702/705” – “The Great Christmas Light Fight” showcases the most extravagant and utterly spectacular Christmas displays America has to offer! (8:00-10:00 p.m.)
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17
SHREK THE HALLS – DreamWorks Animation’s “Shrek the Halls,” a half-hour of entertainment starring America’s favorite ogre and his friends, features the voices of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz and Antonio Banderas. Just when Shrek thought he could finally sit back, relax and enjoy his happily ever after with his new family, the most joyous of all holidays arrives. It’s Christmas Eve and everyone is filled with holiday cheer—except for Shrek. He isn’t exactly the picture of yuletide joy, but for the sake of Fiona and the kids, he tries to get into the spirit of things as only an ogre can. Unfortunately, everyone seems to have their own ideas about what Christmas is all about, so when Donkey, Puss In Boots, Gingerbread Man and the whole gang try to join in on the fun, Shrek’s plans for a cozy family celebration end up spiraling into one truly unforgettable Christmas. (9:30-10:00 p.m.)
THURSDAY, DEC. 19
DISNEY PREP & LANDING – Walt Disney Animation Studios brings you a half-hour holiday special tale of an elite unit of elves known as Prep & Landing. After working tirelessly on Prep & Landing for 227 years, an elf named Wayne is upset when he doesn’t receive an expected promotion to be the Director of Naughty List Intelligence. Instead, Magee, the North Pole Christmas Eve Command Center Coordinator (NPCECCC for short), partners Wayne with Lanny, an idealistic rookie who has an undying enthusiasm for Christmas. During their Christmas Eve mission, Wayne and Lanny encounter unexpected challenges that push them to their limits. Will the elves be able to guide Dasher, Dancer and the rest of the reindeer pulling Santa’s sleigh through a raging snowstorm to ensure a merry Christmas for all? (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
DISNEY PREP & LANDING 2: NAUGHTY VS. NICE – The yuletide adventures of Christmas elves Lanny and Wayne continue. With the Big 2-5 fast approaching, Wayne and Lanny must race to recover classified North Pole technology that has fallen into the hands of a computer-hacking Naughty Kid! Desperate to prevent Christmas from descending into chaos, Wayne seeks out the foremost Naughty Kid expert to aid in the mission, a bombastic member of the Coal Elf Brigade who also happens to be his estranged brother, Noel. (8:30-9:00 p.m.)
THE GREAT AMERICAN BAKING SHOW: HOLIDAY EDITION – “Spice and Dessert Week” – Eight bakers return to the tent this week. First up, “Spice Week” with the bakers challenged to create sweet and savory creations using spices. From cinnamon to saffron, the bakers put their best spice flavor combinations together. “Dessert Week” has the bakers creating delicious delicacies like cakes and cookies, including one of Paul Hollywood’s toughest challenges yet! (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
SUNDAY, DEC. 22
I WANT A DOG FOR CHRISTMAS, CHARLIE BROWN – “I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown” centers on ReRun, the lovable but ever-skeptical younger brother of Linus and Lucy. It’s Christmas vacation and, as usual, ReRun’s big sister is stressing him out, so he decides to turn to his best friend, Snoopy, for amusement and holiday cheer. However, his faithful but unpredictable beagle companion has plans of his own, giving ReRun reason to ask Snoopy to invite his canine brother, Spike, for a visit. The cast of “I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown!” includes Jimmy Bennett as ReRun, Adam Taylor Gordon as Charlie Brown, Ashley Rose Orr as Lucy Van Pelt, Corey Padnos as Linus Van Pelt, Hannah Leigh Dworkin as Sally, Nick Price as Schroeder, Jake Miner as Pig Pen/Franklin, Kaitlyn Maggio as the little girl and Bill Melendez as Snoopy. (7:00-8:00 p.m.)
KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS – On a special holiday episode, Tiffany chats with the kids about their favorite holiday traditions. Later, Tiffany plays Santa’s helper to find out who is on the "Nice List,” and celebrates an 8-year-old magician who proves that big tricks can come in small packages. (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
THE YEAR: 2019 – ABC NEWS – “The Year: 2019” (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 25
DISNEY PARKS MAGICAL CHRISTMAS DAY PARADE – “Disney Parks Magical Christmas Day Parade” continues Disney’s annual Christmas morning celebration tradition, on ABC. Join celebrity hosts for the two-hour Christmas day special as they follow the famous Christmas Day Parade down Main Street U.S.A., featuring performances by some of today’s top artists across Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Disneyland Resort in California. Also during the Christmas Day Parade, viewers will be treated to several Disney Parks sneak peeks, including a behind-the-scenes look into future attractions coming to Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Disneyland Resort in California. Hosts and performers to be confirmed at a later date. (10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.)
THURSDAY, DEC. 26
HAPPY NEW YEAR, CHARLIE BROWN – ABC and the PEANUTS gang will ring in the new year with the animated PEANUTS special “Happy New Year, Charlie Brown,” created by late cartoonist Charles M. Schulz, along with “She’s a Good Skate, Charlie Brown.” In “Happy New Year, Charlie Brown,” the PEANUTS gang is ringing in 1986, and Marcie and Peppermint Patty are throwing a big New Year’s Eve bash. Charlie Brown plans to celebrate the holiday by curling up with a big book that weighs nearly as much as he does, Tolstoy’s “War and Peace.” The book’s weight doesn’t stop him from lugging it to Lucy’s pre-party dance class, where he cuts a mean rug with a rollicking Patty. With just 1131 pages to go, Charlie Brown takes another break, this time for the party, and summons the courage to invite his true love, the little red-haired girl. She doesn’t respond, but hapless Chuck shows up anyway—with Tolstoy in tow. Then, he settles down with the book—on a porch swing in a snowstorm—and in so doing, misses the evening’s big surprise. In “She’s a Good Skate, Charlie Brown,” disaster strikes as Peppermint Patty heads to her first major ice-skating competition with coach Snoopy and faithful companion, Marcie, by her side. As always, the unassuming Woodstock flies in to save the day (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
THE GREAT AMERICAN BAKING SHOW: HOLIDAY EDITION – “Pastry and Cookie Week” – The bakers are back and this week they are challenged to create deliciously flaky and flavorful pastries, as well as holiday cookies perfect for any Christmas celebration. (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
MONDAY, DEC. 31
DICK CLARK’S PRIMETIME NEW YEAR’S ROCKIN’ EVE WITH RYAN SEACREST 2020 – (Beginning at 8 p.m.)
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2
THE GREAT AMERICAN BAKING SHOW: HOLIDAY EDITION – Season Finale – “Semi-Final and Final” – The final five bakers remain. With six challenges ahead for these contestants to wow the judges, the pressure is greater than ever before. In the end, only one can be named “America’s Best Amateur Baker.” Find out who wins on the season finale of “The Great American Baking Show: Holiday Edition.” (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
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2019.08.01 20:27 Joriz74 Work doc: Added links and ledgers to 76 references to burn barrel(s) evidence

Work doc: Added links and ledgers to 76 references to burn barrel(s) evidence
In consultation with the creator of this great overview post about 76 references to burn barrels I added links, ledger information and addressed some issues next. Reddit made me stop at 20 added snaps so this is it for now. It's a running doc post, so if something comes up I will add and/or repost. Sure the added ledgers raise some questions in this barrelmadness. I do not claim to know the answers, but I am putting this out there to help you connect dots in your own research. For barrel sleuthers and papertraildiggers. In bold are issues I addressed or just added text. Thanks for letting me use this STFG.
11/05 @ 5:26 pm Julie Cramer was by SA’s barrel and in trailer– no alerts from Brutus, CASO report p89
11/06 @10:11 am LE took 4 barrels, 50 yards SE of Avery’s garage – turned over to Oosterhouse, CASO report p101
CASO ledger 05-174, p3, Janda Barrels 1 #642, 2 #643, 3, #644, 4 #645 and Suzuki door #641
11/06 @11:11 am Hawkins arrived to get ready for 4 barrels, in trailer, put them in garage, CASO report p116
11/06 11:30 am Oosterhouse departed for Calumet, but, at 11:38, had to stop on 43 and 147 because trailer was pulling; arrived at Calumet at 12:45 PM and signed trailer over to Hawkins, CASO report p117
CASO ledger 05-174, p3, Janda Barrels (not visible 1 #642, 2 #643), 3, #644, 4 #645 and Suzuki door #641 (not visible)
11/7 @8:05 am Until sometime before 1:40 pm, Hawkins, Ertl, Cates and Zhang began to process barrels; processed barrel #4, started barrel #2, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
CASO ledger 05-174, p4 items 1-5 to Ertl for examining
11/7 Before 1:40 PM (arrived at Avery’s at 1:40 PM) Ertl and team called away; barrel #4 returned to trailer, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
11/7 Matuszak picked up trailer from Calumet and brought trailer back to Avery scene (remember #4 was loaded back on trailer, per Hawkins), CASO report p142
CASO ledger 05-174, p4, item 4 #645 Janda Barrel by Matuszak on 'transport of trailer' back to ASY, accompanied by item 6 masterkey to lock trailer
11/7 @ 1:15 PM Baldwin guarded barrel at Avery’s, CASO report p135
11/7 @ 3:45 PM SA 50-gallon barrel ¼ full taken from SA’s in enclosed trailer to bring to Calumet (Matuszak), CASO report p143
CASO ledger II 05-178, p3
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11/7 @ 6:15 pm Ertl headed back to continue processing barrels at Calumet; is aware that a 5th barrel, containing remnants of a Motorola cellular phone had also been brought to Chilton, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
11/7 @7:30-9:30 PM Ertl gained access to the garage but not the trailer with the 5th barrel. He then completed the second barrel, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
11/7 @9:30 PM Ertl reports only finishing second barrel (#2) at 9:30 PM; WI crime lab departed for the Best Western, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
11/7 @7:45 pm Kucharski indicates he was present until 9:13 pm, while he watched WI State Crime Lab process several burn barrels for evidence, CASO report p144
11/8 Hawkins states, ERTL, CATES and ZHANG were back at crime lab to process, CASO report p152-153:
  • The three barrels remaining at crime lab (#642, #643 and #644); 2. a barrel Matuszak had brought back from the Avery property (#7102); and, 3. the Suzuki Samurai door. (#641)
  • Hawkins speaks with Kratz; Kratz wants barrel #4 returned to Avery’s brought back and barrels would remain at Calumet for long term storage.

CASO ledger 05-174, p4, item 4 #645 returned to CASO 11/07/05by Matuszak
Barrel #4 or #645 Janda Barrel was turned over to JH on 11/07/05 by Matuszak per ledger 05-174 if this is indeed a 4. How can the call between KK and JH regarding the barrel that needed to come back to CASO have taken place a day after it arrived? Or if this is actually a 6 written there, Matuszak only turned in the masterlock key from the trailer to JH. Then the Coc of #645 Janda Barrel ends on 11/07/05 in the transportrailer, reportedly brought back to ASY by Matuszak. How did it come back and why was it not written in the ledger?

  • Once Ertl, Cates and Zhang have finished with the 4 barrels (#642, #643, #644 and #7102), the barrels were placed in long term storage.
CASO ledger 05-174, p4, Janda Barrels 1 #642, 2 #643, 3, #644 and Suzuki door #641
CASO ledger II 05-178, p4. Item 1 #7102 burn barrel
11/8 @ 4:30 PM Riemer, Tyson and Sablich recovered (p173) two burn barrels from Avery property; one was marked barrel #4
CASO ledger 05-185, p25, item 1 #7921 and 2 #7922 barrels
The only barrels known in ledger that are picked up by RR are #7921 and #7922. Could this be #645 Janda Barrel marked #4 retagged #7922? Could also be 2 unknown barrels that were never tagged from deer camp. EDIT: CASO report p888 #7922 is the barrel that has # 4 on it, also the ledger 05-185 says the #4 mark is on #7922
Note this ledger 05-185, top page says "Unknown" as where name and title of person should be filled in. Everytime RR fills this in with more info than this, but here he needs to leave it with unknown..

11/8 @ 5:14 PM RR from Crimelab at Calumet County Command Post (p174) (which was on Avery’s property), picked up:
  • Contents of barrel 2, #8314; Contents of cell phone barrel, #8316; Contents of Barrel 3, #8317; and, Contents of barrel #4, #8319
CASO ledger 05-187, p27. Item 1 #8314, 5 #8316, 6 #8317 and 8 #8319
  • @ roughly 5:58 PM; all items above were transported to Calumet and turned over to the evidence locker
  • @ approximately 6:30 PM, Riemer with Strauss recovered a brown tarp with burnt material on it – seems to have been collected with DCI Sturdivant and was processed on 11/10
11/9 prior to 11:57 AM Hawkins turned several items over to Agent Joy:
  • Contents of barrel #1, 8315; Contents of barrel #2, #8314; Contents of barrel #3, #8317; Contents of cell phone barrel, #8316, Contents sifted from burn pit near SA’s residence/garage, #8318, and, Contents of barrel #4, #8319
11/10 Riemer reports (p211) processing a number of items, including the burnt material on the brown tarp, tissue, bones; it was brought with Riemer to burn pit area of Avery’s – all items were supposedly turned over to Wisconsin State Crime Lab, not Calumet; this is later covered on CASO report p356, 12/19/05; is tagged #7923 and is then processed with Dr. Eisenburg:
  • Recovered was a suspected bone fragment, #6197, #6200, teeth, and misc items, including rivets.
  • Related is #7947 found south of the fire pit, which also includes several items, including suspected bone fragment, teeth, zipper pull.
Ledger 05-185 contains brown tarp #7923. This item was in the hands of RR from 11/08/05 till 11/11/05 when he turned it over to JH evidence custodian. This happened after DCI have collected evidence from it which alledgedly was brought to CL via Holmes per report (p211)
11/11 Hawkins reports (p226) that DCI Rindt and Pevytoe arrive to go through 5 barrels. Barrel #4 contained a red cut off shirt; burn barrel with no markings was also checked – found bones believed to be non-human in origin.
So the contents of 5 barrels went to CL on 11/09 by Joy and now DCI wants to process 5 burn barrels? Which ones are these? #7921 and #7922 are the only 2 barrels that are ledgerwise physicly not checked into evidence room to JH. Other targets are the deer camp barrel, which a day later leaves #7958 contents of this barrel. 2 more deer camp barrels leaving burnt material? If the unknown barrels did not make it into CASO custody tagwise, where are they and why were they not tagged? They are either unmarked standing in a dark corner of the back garage, or they are brought in and taken by DCI and we cannot follow them (different CoC, different DCI-ledger). The other known barrels in ledger do not show an entry of being tested on 11/11.
11/11 Riemer excavates (p227) mound and burn pit; collects several items – burnt material is #7947, #7948, #7954 by berm southeast of the garage, bone fragments behind garage #7955;
CASO ledger 05-207, p85 1 #7946 - 13 #7959, but skips #7958..
Items #7946 - #7959 in sequential order were taken from the berm SE of the garage, but #7958 was skipped here? Item #7958 is taken a day later to be the contents of the deer camp barrel. Why?
11/12 Supplemental report (p249) - In the morning, before 9:00 am, Sippel and the arson team recovered burned garbage from the Radandt deer camp; bone and flesh located in the Michels Quarry
11/12 Riemer and agents Pevytoe and Ebben (p248) process items #642, 643, 644 and 645.
CASO ledger 05-174, p4. Item 1 #642, 2 #643 and 3 #644. Item 4 #645 is not mentioned in processing the barrels
#645 the Janda Barrel #4 is not handed out to RR to test by DCI per ledger. Yet #7102 is tested that same day and not mentioned in RR's report. Why?
CASO ledger II 05-178, p4
643 is a 55-gallon barrel with bone fragments inside; also processed were:
  • Contents of deer camp barrel, #7958, #7960 burnt bone from deer camp; #7961 from site E10; #7962 from E9; and #7963 burnt material from deer camp.
  • In Item 643, burn barrel 2, found was burnt bone and possible tissue pieces
  • No's 7958 and 7963 were returned to storage
11/12 @11:28 am Site broken down and returned to Avery’s.

12/19/05 Hawkins and Riemer load for transport (p402) to crime lab:
  • 3x 55-gallon barrels, tagged 642, 643, 644;
  • 50-gallon barrel, now 1/2 full of material (was previously documented as 1/4), tagged #7102
  • Two other metal barrels with burnt material, tagged 7921 and 7922
  • Brown tarp with burnt material, #7923
  • 4x 5-gallon buckets of burnt material, 7947, 7948, 7958, 7963 Comingled items, metal, battery jumper, dog leash, #7946 and comingled metal and wire #7950

CASO ledger 05-174, p3, item 1 #642, 2 #643 and 3 #644
CASO ledger 05-174, p4, item 1 #7102
CASO 05-185, p26 item 1#7921, 2 #7922 and 3 #7923
CASO ledger 05-207, p86 item 1#7946, 2 #7947, 3 #7948 and 5 #7950
CASO ledger 05-209, p96 item 1 #7958 and 5 #7963
Since all these items' next entry in ledger is not a person from CL signing for receival and there is no legder in the WI SCL ledgers of this delivery I assume they never went to crimelab. This also reflects in CASO report (p403), when the items are brought back the next day without any mentioning what has been done and why it came back so soon. Why the need to put so much in a trailer if you are not going to the crimelab?

12/19/05 The cell barrel is now half full (p402), Wiegert also checks back in box with contents of cell phone barrel (box with contents tagged #8316)
12/20/05 Riemer returned 39 items (p402) from the WI STATE CRIME LAB:
  • 23 5-gallon buckets of the debris pile, bearing Property Tag Nos. 8656, 8699, 8484,8659, 8687, 8685, 8684, 8662,8698, 8658,8651,8686,8652,8653,8695,8650,8654,8644,8657,8655,8649,8663 and 8661.
  • The 23 5-gallon buckets of debris from the debris pile were placed into secure storage.
  • Burn pile ash, bearing Property Tag No. 8481 and 8480, burnt material, bearing Property Tag Nos. 7954, 7963, 7958, 7948 and 7947 were also returned and placed into secure storage.
  • The three 55-gallon barrels with miscellaneous items, bearing Property Tag Nos. 642,643 and 644, the 50-gallon burning barrel that was one-half full of material, bearing Property Tag No. 7102, and also the two metal barrels with burnt material, bearing Property Tag Nos. 7921 and 7922 were returned and placed into secure storage.
  • The brown tarp with burnt material, bearing Property Tag No. 7923, and also the commingled metal, battery jumper and dog leash, bearing Property tag No. 7946, and the commingled wire and metal, bearing Property Tag No. 7950, were returned and placed into secure storage.
  • Deputy RIEMER also brought back a box, bearing Property Tag No. 8313. The box with Property Tag No. 8313 was empty when Deputy RIEMER returned it. The contents of the box remained at the WI STATE CRIME LAB.
This #8313 is in ledgers the RAV4 license plate with 06 sticker. Since the number is mentioned here twice in the same sentence, I do not think this is a typo. The RAV4 plate wasn't picked up before 05/25/06 so I guess this is just its box. Why not keep the box with the plate, I don't know.
01/06/06 Hawkins (p404) retrieved contents of cell phone barrel, #8316, and signed over to Pagel to transport to FBI. Wiegert (p333) reports handing the contents over to Mullen from FBI.
CASO ledger 05-187, p27, item 5, #8316 contents cell phone barrel
In ledgers item 5, #8316 show no signs of FBI signing for receiving the package of these contents nor is there an entry of them coming back from FBI after examining. The dates MW mentions in his report do not sync with the dates in ledgers.
04/19/06 Wiegert recaps (p745) FBI’s findings of items in cell phone barrel: (condensed) 'WIEGERT received a faxed copy of a report from the FBI. It should be noted we had previously packaged and sent several items, which were discovered in a burn barrel on the property of a trailer, which had been occupied by STEVEN AVERY. The following will be a brief synopsis of the report provided by FBI:
  • Specimens that were recovered were labeled under the FBI code.
  • Q3 was labeled as Canon 310 PowerShot Digital Camera.
  • Q4 was a Motorola RAZR cellular telephone.
  • Q5 was a compact flash memory card.
  • Q6 was a compact flash memory card.
  • Q7 was a compact flash memory card.
  • Q8 was a compact flash memory card.
  • Q9 was a compact flash memory card, and,
  • Q10 was a Palm Zire31 PDA.
  • Remarks on the FBI report indicate that the results of electronic device examinations are contained in this report. The Q3 through Q10 specimens were returned to the Milwaukee Field Office.
  • It should be noted the analysis was done by CURTIS THOMAS and was dated 04/11/06.
  • The following are the results of the examination:
  • The Q3 specimen is a Canon A'310 PowerShot Digital Camera.
  • The Q4 specimen is a Motorola RAZR cellular telephone.
  • The Q5 specimen is a compact flash memory card.
  • The Q6 specimen is a compact flash memory card.
  • The Q7 specimen is a compact flash memory card.
  • The Q8 specimen is a compact flash memory card.
  • The Q9 specimen is a compact flash memory card.
  • The Q10 specimen is a PalmZire 31 Personal Digital Assistant (PDA).
  • The specimens were too heavily damaged to recover any data; however, photographs of the specimens were taken. The report indicates it was not possible to ascertain the manufacturer of any of the flash memory cards; however, the cellular telephone was identified as a Motorola RAZR and the PDA was identified as a Palm Zire 31 model.
4/10/06 Hawkins (p888) released the following items to Deputy RICK RIEMER:
  • Property Tag#643, a 55-gallon barrel with miscellaneous items inside
  • Property Tag#642, a 55-gallon barrel with miscellaneous items inside
  • Property Tag #644, a 55-gallon barrel with miscellaneous items inside
  • Property Tag#7102, a 50-gallon burn barrel, one-quarter full of material
  • Property Tag #7921, a metal barrel with burnt material
  • Property Tag #7922, a metal barrel with burnt material; the barrel has the number 4 on it
  • Property Tag #7923, a brown tarp with burnt material inside
  • Property Tag #8480, burn pile ash
  • Property Tag #8481, bum pile ash
  • Property Tag #7946, commingled metal, battery jumper, dog leash
  • Property Tag #7947, burnt material
  • Property Tag #7948, burnt material
  • Property Tag #7949, frame from a seat
  • Property Tag #7950, commingled wire and metal
  • Property Tag #7954, burnt material
  • Property Tag #8695, debris
  • Property Tag #8698, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8699, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8484, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8644, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8645, tire and rim
  • Property Tag #8649, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8650, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8651, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8652, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8653, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8654, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8655, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8656, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8657, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8658, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8659, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8661, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8662, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8663, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8684, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8686, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8685, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8687, debris pile
  • Property Tag #7958, burnt material, deer camp burn barrel
  • Property Tag #7963, burnt material
  • Property Tag #8606, paint thinner containers
  • Property Tag #8611, gas containers
  • Property Tag #8389, True Test paint thinner metal container, 32 oz. can
4/11/06 Hawkins (p892) assisted Riemer with sifting through five-gallon pail, 8698 and possible bone fragments were removed; put into pill box.
  • Processed through 8686, another 5-gallon pail, with possible bone fragments put into pill box
  • Processed through 7958, another 5-gallon pail, with possible bone fragments put into pill box
  • Processed 8650, pail of debris pile matter, with possible bone fragments put into pill box
Upon completion, all items were put back in custody:
  • Property Tag#643, a 55-gallon barrel with miscellaneous items inside
  • Property Tag#642, a 55-gallon barrel with miscellaneous items inside
  • Property Tag #644, a 55-gallon barrel with miscellaneous items inside
  • Property Tag#7102, a 50-gallon burn barrel, one-quarter full of material
  • Property Tag #7921, a metal barrel with burnt material
  • Property Tag #7922, a metal barrel with burnt material; the *barrel has the number 4 on it
  • Property Tag #7923, a brown tarp with burnt material inside
  • Property Tag #8480, burn pile ash
  • Property Tag #8481, bum pile ash
  • Property Tag #7946, commingled metal, battery jumper, dog leash
  • Property Tag #7947, burnt material
  • Property Tag #7948, burnt material
  • Property Tag #7949, frame from a seat
  • Property Tag #7950, commingled wire and metal
  • Property Tag #7954, burnt material
  • Property Tag #8695, debris
  • Property Tag #8698, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8699, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8484, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8644, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8645, tire and rim
  • Property Tag #8649, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8650, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8651, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8652, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8653, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8654, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8655, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8656, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8657, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8658, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8659, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8661, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8662, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8663, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8684, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8686, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8685, debris pile
  • Property Tag #8687, debris pile
  • Property Tag #7958, burnt material, deer camp burn barrel
  • Property Tag #7963, burnt material
  • Property Tag #8606, paint thinner containers
  • Property Tag #8611, gas containers
  • Property Tag #8389, True Test paint thinner metal container, 32 oz. can
Deputy RIEMER also returned the following items to Hawkins:
  • Property Tag #7409, two glass slides originating from Item #8658
  • Property Tag #7410, a bobby pin from Item #8658
  • Property Tag #7411, possible bone fragments from Item #8658
  • Property Tag #7412, possible bone fragments located in the five-gallon pail, Item #8484
  • Property Tag #7413, nonhuman bone fragments from Item #8653
  • Property Tag #7414, bone fragments from Item #8653
  • Property Tag #7415, suspected nonhuman bones from Item #9652
  • Property Tag #7416, suspected human bone fragments from item #9652
  • Property Tag #74I7, red coagulated substance that is charred from Item #8663
  • Property Tag #7478, suspected nonhuman bone fragments from Property Tag#8687
  • Property Tag #7419, suspected human bone fragments from *Property Tag#8687
  • Property Tag #7420, suspected charred items resembling bone from Item #8654
  • Property Tag #7421, unidentified suspected bone from Item #8661
  • Property Tag #7422, suspected nonhuman bone fragments from Item#8662
  • Property Tag #7423, nonhuman bon e fragments from Item #8657
  • Property Tag #7424, bone fragments from Item #8657
  • Property Tag #7425, fibers from sifting of Item #8480
  • Property Tag #7426, bone fragments from Item #8698
  • Property Tag #7427, bone fragments from Item #8480
  • Property Tag #7428, bone fragments from Item #8681
  • Property Tag #7429, bone fragments from ltem#7963
  • Property Tag #7430, bone fragments from Item #8686
  • Property Tag #7437, bone fragments from Item #8659
  • Property Tag #7432, bone fragments from Item #8656
  • Property Tag #7433, bone fragments from Item #8655
  • Property Tag #7434, bone fragments from Item #8650
  • Property Tag #7435, bone fragments from Item #8655
6/26/06 Dedering (p872) received #8316, contents of cell phone barrel, back from FBI. He didn’t have access to custody to the custody document when he signed it back in, so he drew an arrow to FBI Agent, Mullen’s signature, as he was the last individual having custody.
There is NO ledger entry showing Dedering signing an arrow for Mullen's name. Actually both names are not even on there. Checked 05-187, p27 which contains #8316.
6/26/06 Hawkins (p921) confirms receiving #8316
No ledger entry of Hawkins receiving #8316 back from Dedering. These lies are so specific I am beginning to think there is a secondary paper-trail on #8316 that contains Dedering's "arrow" and JH receiving them. Why would you make up this arrow if it did not happen?
10/23/06 Hawkins (p988) released contents of #8314, barrel #2, #8315, barrel #1, #8317, barrel #3, #8319 barrel #4, plus #9597 and #9598, bags containing items described as cranial pieces to L. Eisenberg
12/11/06 Hawkins (p1073) retrieved items from the Dane County Coroner (collected from Eisenberg) and Dentist, Donald Simley
  • Property Tag #8314, contents of Barrell #2
  • Property Tag #8315, contents of Barrel #1
  • Property Tag #8317, contents of Barrel #3
  • Property Tag #8318, contents sifted from burn pit near Steven’s residence/garage
  • Property Tag #8319, contents of Barrel #4
  • Property Tag #7924, unidentified material suspected to be bone in multiple pieces
  • Property Tag #7936, unknown material suspected to be burnt bone
  • Property Tag #7937, a dog stool sample
  • Property Tag #7942, bone fragments
  • Property Tag #7943, bone fragments
  • Property Tag#7944, bone fragments
  • Property Tag #8701, bone not suspected to be human
  • Property Tag #8675, debris pile contents containing bone
  • Property Tag #7960, burnt bone
  • Property Tag #7964, burnt bone pieces from Barrel #2
  • Property Tag #6197, suspected bone fragments
  • Property Tag #8118, suspected bone fragments
  • Property Tag #8148, suspected bone fragments
  • Property Tag #8140, bone fragments
  • Property Tag #7411, possible bone fragments
  • Property Tag #7412, possible bone fragments
  • Property Tag #7413, nonhuman bone fragments
  • Property Tag#7414, bone fragments
  • Property Tag #7415, suspected nonhuman bones
  • Property Tag #7416, suspected human bone fragments
  • Property Tag #7417, suspected nonhuman bone fragments
  • Property Tag #7419, suspected human bone fragments
  • Property Tag#7420, suspected charred item resembling bone
  • Property Tag #7421, unidentified suspected bone
  • Property Tag #7422, suspected nonhuman bone fragments
  • Property Tag #7423, nonhuman bone fragments
  • Property Tag #7424, bone fragments
  • Property Tag #7426, bone fragments
  • Property Tag #7427, bone fragments
  • Property Tag #7429, bone fragments
  • Property Tag #7429, bone fragments
  • Property Tag #7430, bone fragments
  • Property Tag #7431, bone fragments
  • Property Tag #7432, bone fragments
  • Property Tag #7433, bone fragments
  • Property Tag #7434, bone fragments
  • Property Tag #7435, bone fragments
  • Property Tag #9597, plastic bag containing items described as cranial pieces
  • Property Tag #9598, plastic bag containing items described as cranial pieces
The following (p1074) property tags were obtained from Dr. Simley
  • Property Tag #8318 contents sifted from burn pit near Steven’s residence/garage
  • Property Tag #7924, unidentified material suspected to be bone in multiple pieces
  • Property Tag #7925, unidentified material charred
  • Property Tag #6200, teeth o Property Tag#8118, suspected bone fragments
  • Property Tag #8150, teeth
9/20/11 Hawkins (p1114), Wiegert, Fallon, Gahn, via Eisenberg’s report, determined which bones could be returned to Halbach family:
  • Ledger No 05- 187, Property Tag #8318, contents sifted from burn pit near Steve’s residence/garage; The human bones from Property Tag #8318 were removed from the container and photographed.
  • Ledger No 05-199, Property Tag #7924, unidentified material suspected to be bone; Properly Tag #7925, unidentified material charred, were removed and photographed.
  • Ledger No 05-201, Property Tag#7936, unknown material suspected to be bone; Property Tag #7943, bone fragments; Property Tag#7944, bone fragments, were removed from storage and photographed.
  • Ledger No 05-208, Property Tag#8675, the human bones were separated from the rest of the contents and photographed.
  • Ledger No 05-209, Property Tag#7964, burnt bone pieces from barrel #2; the human bones were removed from the rest of the contents and photographed.
  • Ledger No 05-255, Property Tag#6200, teeth, Properly Tag #6197, suspected bone fragments, the separated human bone was removed; Property Tag #8118, suspected bone fragments, the separated human bones were removed; Property Tag #6200, #6197 and #8113 were photographed.
  • Ledger No 05-257, Property Tag #8148, suspected bone fragments, the separated human bone ligaments were removed and photographed. Property Tag #8150, teeth, was removed and photographed; Property Tag #8140, bone fragments, the separated human bones fragments were removed and photographed.
  • Ledger No 06-86, Properly Tag#7411, possible bone fragments, Property Tag #7412, possible bone fragments, Property Tag 7414, bone fragments, Property Tag #7416, suspected human bone fragments, Property Tag#7419, suspected human bone fragments, Property Tag #7420, suspected charred item resembling bone, Property Tag #7421, unidentified suspected bone, Property Tag #7426, bone fragments, Property tag #7434, bone fragments, were all removed and photographed.
Once items were photographed, items were referred to Wieting Funeral home, but packaging was retained by Calumet.

Links:
Very informative PDF on barrels from this poster
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2019.05.11 19:45 seekingtruthforgood Repost of Old Post: 76 References to Burn Barrel(s) Evidence, Recapped

I am reposting an old post from roughly a year ago. I am reposting because it may provide helpful information about the recovery and movement of burn barrels, if researching evidence against the ledgers:
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76 times "barrels" are mentioned in CASO (related to evidence collection):

THE BEGINNING

11/5 @ 5:26 pm Julie Cramer was by SA’s barrel and in trailer– no alerts from Brutus, CASO pg 89
11/06 @10:11 am LE took 4 barrels, 50 yards SE of Avery’s garage – turned over to Oosterhouse, CASO pg 101
11/06 @11:11 am Hawkins arrived to get ready for 4 barrels, in trailer, put them in garage, CASO pg 116
11/06 11:30 am Oosterhouse departed for Calumet, but, at 11:38, had to stop on 43 and 147 because trailer was pulling; arrived at Calumet at 12:45 PM and signed trailer over to Hawkins, CASO pg 117
11/7 @8:05 am Until sometime before 1:40 pm, Hawkins, Ertl, Cates and Zhang began to process barrels; processed barrel #4, started barrel #2, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
11/7 Before 1:40 PM (arrived at Avery’s at 1:40 PM) Ertl and team called away; barrel #4 returned to trailer, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
11/7 Matuszak picked up trailer from Calumet and brought trailer back to Avery scene (remember #4 was loaded back on trailer, per Hawkins), CASO, page 142
11/7 @ 1:15 PM Baldwin guarded barrel at Avery’s, CASO pg 135
11/7 @ 3:45 PM SA 50-gallon barrel ¼ full taken from SA’s in enclosed trailer to bring to Calumet (Matuszak), CASO pg 143
11/7 @ 6:15 pm Ertl headed back to continue processing barrels at Calumet; is aware that a 5th barrel, containing remnants of a Motorola cellular phone had also been brought to Chilton, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
11/7 @7:30-9:30 PM Ertl gained access to the garage but not the trailer with the 5th barrel. He then completed the second barrel, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
11/7 @9:30 PM Ertl reports only finishing second barrel (#2) at 9:30 PM; WI crime lab departed for the Best Western, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
11/7 @7:45 pm Kucharski indicates he was present until 9:13 pm, while he watched WI State Crime Lab process several burn barrels for evidence, CASO pg 144
11/8 Hawkins states, ERTL, CATES and ZHANG were back at crime lab to process, CASO pgs 152-153:

GROUND HOG DAY

11/8 @ 4:30 PM Riemer, Tyson and Sablich recovered two burn barrels from Avery property; one was marked barrel #4
11/8 @ 5:14 PM From Calumet County Command Post (which was on Avery’s property), picked up:
11/9 prior to 11:57 AM Hawkins turned several items over to Agent Joy:
11/10 Riemer reports processing a number of items, including the burnt material on the brown tarp, tissue, bones; it was brought with Riemer to burn pit area of Avery’s – all items were supposedly turned over to Wisconsin State Crime Lab, not Calumet; this is later covered on pg 356, 12/19/05; is tagged #7923 and is then processed with Dr. Eisenburg:
11/11 Hawkins states that DCI Rindt and Pevytoe arrive to go through 5 barrels. Barrel #4 contained a red cut off shirt; burn barrel with no markings was also checked – found bones believed to be non-human in origin.
11/11 Reimer excavates mound and burn pit; collects several items – burnt material is #7947, #7948, #7954 by berm southeast of the garage, bone fragments behind garage #7955;

WHERE IT GETS WEIRD

11/12 Supplemental report - In the morning, before 9:00 am, Sippel and the arson team recovered burned garbage from the Radandt deer camp; bone and flesh located in the Michels Quarry
11/12 Riemer and Agents Pevytoe and Ebben process items #642, 643, 644 and 645. 643 is a 55-gallon barrel with bone fragments inside; also processed were:
11/12 @11:28 am Site broken down and returned to Avery’s.

THEN…

12/19/05 Hawkins and Riemer load for transport:

BUT,

12/19/05 The cell barrel is NOW 1/2 full, Wiegert also checks back in box with contents of cell phone barrel (box with contents tagged #8316)
12/20/05 RIEMER returned 39 items from the WI STATE CRIME LAB:
01/06/06 Hawkins retrieved contents of cell phone barrel, #8316, and signed over to Pagel to transport to FBI
04/19/06 Wiegert recaps FBI’s findings of items in cell phone barrel: (condensed) 'WIEGERT received a faxed copy of a report from the FBI. It should be noted we had previously packaged and sent several items, which were discovered in a burn barrel on the property of a trailer, which had been occupied by STEVEN AVERY. The following will be a brief synopsis of the report provided by FBI:
4/10/06 HAWKINS released the following items to Deputy RICK RIEMER:
4/11/06 Hawkins assisted Riemer with sifting through five-gallon pail, 8698 and possible bone fragments were removed; put into pill box.
Upon completion, all items were put back in custody:
Deputy RIEMER also returned the following items to Hawkins:
6/26/06 Dedering received #8316, contents of cell phone barrel, back from FBI. He didn’t have access to custody to the custody document when he signed it back in, so he drew an arrow to FBI Agent, Mullen’s signature, as he was the last individual having custody.
6/26/06 Hawkins confirms receiving #8316
10/23/06 Hawkins released contents of #8314, barrel #2, #8315, barrel #1, #8317, barrel #3, #8319 barrel #4, plus #9597 and #9598, bags containing items described as cranial pieces
12/11/06 Hawkins retrieved items from the Dane County Coroner (collected from Eisenberg) and Dentist, Donald Simley
The following property tags were obtained from Dr. Simley
9/20/11 Hawkins, Wiegert, Fallon, Gahn, via Eisenberg’s report, determined which bones could be returned to Halbach family:
Once items were photographed, items were referred to Wieting Funeral home, but packaging was retained by Calumet.

THE END

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2019.03.19 15:29 emc_aus Maribel Caves, Kuss Road and the white sock

Introduction:
There was a recent OP about the evidence collected by AC from Maribel Caves from HR. I had been looking into the Maribel Caves evidence a little while ago, when I came across a dispatch call about a white sock being located at Maribel Caves. I wasn’t able to draw any real conclusions from some of the discrepancies I found, so I never bothered to post about them. But, with the current attention on the Maribel Caves evidence, I thought now might be a good time to get a fresh set of eyes to see if anyone is able to make any relevant connections.

Sources:
You might want to review the following 6 sources before reading this post. It will make the post easier to follow. This is because the timeline is created by comparing information from multiple sources.
  1. MTSO Radio Transmission on 06 Nov 05 4pm-9pm (available here: https://clyp.it/tr1puxg0 )
(nb: I don’t have a source to verify that these transmissions are 4-9pm on 6 Nov other than the naming of the recording on the Clyp site. If anyone knows or can verify the source for those times, it would be appreciated).
To assist, the relevant badge numbers are:
193 – SCHETTER (GS)
204 – LENK (JL)
209 – JACOBS (DJ)
278 – REMIKER (DR)
432 – COLBORN (AC)

  1. KURCHARSKI’s report dated 6 Nov (CASO, pgs 101-102)

  1. TYSON’s report dated 6 Nov (CASO, pg 122)

  1. TENOR’s report dated 7 Nov (CASO, pg 139)

  1. CASO Ledger pg 67 (re jeans & lube from Maribel Caves) & pg 137 (re sock and shotgun shells)
(nb: I can’t link to the Ledger’s directly because it’s not redacted, but you can obtain the Ledgers from KZ’s website)

  1. REMIKER’s report dated 6 Nov (MTSO, pg 12 from para [2])

  1. Sign in/out logs; the first 3 entries and the last entry on pg 17
(nb: available on the sa org site)

Relevant chronology:
6 November 2005
8:00am – 9:47am – AC, DR, JL & KUCHARSKI search SA’s garage
9:47am – Janda burn barrels collected by KURCHARSKI
10:11am – Janda burn barrels turned over from KUCHARSKI to OOSTERHOUSE
11:24am – 12:21pm - AC, DR, JL & KUCHARSKI search Janda house and collect a blood spot
12:25pm – 12:48pm - AC, DR, JL & KUCHARSKI search SA’s and collect weapons, vacuum cleaner and bedding
12:48pm – 3:49pm - AC, DR, JL & KUCHARSKI search the new shop building
3:49pm – AC, DR & KUCHARSKI begin searching Avery’s Ford pick up (CASO, pg 102 per KUCHARSKI).

4:10pm – AC & DR stop searching the truck because they receive a different assignment (CASO, pg 102 per KUCHARSKI). We can therefore infer that the call immediately below occurs ~4:10pm.
GS: 193, 278
DR: Go ahead Greg
GS: We’re ah right by the Command Post, we need to speak to you or Andy ASAP
[?]: Yep?
[?]: [indistinct] call
[?]: Number quick
Phone ringing
KATHY: Manitowoc County Sheriffs Department, this is Kathy
GS: Kathy, Greg Schetter calling
KATHY: Yes Greg
GS: Need you to check, ah, probably in our old CAD, um whatever resources you have, looking for a name, first name and address of a [name], live off of Kuss Road, K U S S Road
KATHY: Kuss Road
GS: Maribel address, call me back ok
KATHY: Ok, what’s your number
GS: [gives #] Thank you
KATHY: You’re welcome, bye
(nb: Unlike CASO’s dispatch calls, we don’t seem to have the calls made by MTSO dispatch; we only have calls placed to MTSO dispatch so we don’t know if or when Kathy calls Greg back. This is the name of the person who owned the house at the very end of the Kuss Road cul-de-sac near where the suspected burial/peat moss site was located).

4:20pm – AC, DR & ‘B’ (it’s not relevant who ‘B’ is) sign out of ASY (Sign in/out logs, first 3 entries on pg 17). We can therefore infer that the call immediately below occurs around ~4:20pm.
AC: 432 dispatch Count on [?]
DISPATCH: Go ahead
AC: Myself, 278 and City 077 are gonna be 24 [meaning ‘assignment complete’] from Avery Rd, 76 [meaning, ‘en route’] to um, Maribel Caves
DISPATCH: 10-4

JL: 204, 209
DJ: Go ahead
JL: Give me a call on my ah, phone
DJ: I’m gonna be at the command post in about 30 seconds are you there?

JL: 204, 209
DJ: Go ahead
JL: Can you give me a 21 [meaning, ‘call’]
DJ: I just tried, is your phone dead
LK: Nah, try it again

JL: 204, 193
GS: Go ahead
JL: Can you come back to Calumet at Command Centre
GS: Yep, one minute
JL: 10-4

4:34pm – Jeans collected at Maribel Caves Park from HR (CASO Ledgers, pg 7)

4:49pm – Astroglide personal lubricant collected at Maribel Caves Park from HR (CASO Ledgers, pg 67)
We can therefore infer that the below should happen soon after ~4:49pm.
AC: 432, dispatch
DISPATCH: 432
AC: All three of us are 24 from Maribel Caves, 76 back to Avery Road
DISPATCH: 10-4. 432, is 278 able to 21 [call]
AC: Affirmative

5:05pm – AC, DR & ‘B’ sign back in (Sign in/out logs, last line pg 17).

5:12pm – Call to CASO Dispatch (note: I don’t have a link for this, but you’ll just have to take my word for it for now. For those of you with access to the calls, it’s in sub folder 7 in the calls from 6 Nov at 171219). It is as follows:
DISPATCH: Hi, can I help you?
CALLER: Ah yes my name [name] I’m calling about ah Teresa Halbach
DISPATCH: Ok
CALLER: Um, we were part of the search group that was at the Maribel Caves
DISPATCH: Ok
CALLER: And in our search we were checking through one of the caves and we have found a white athletic sock
DISPATCH: Ok
CALLER: Looks fairly clean. And also there’s a synthetic fibre on one of the rocks, looks like a snag of some sort
DISPATCH: Ok, what’s your phone number
CALLER: [gives number]
DISPATCH: [repeats number]
CALLER: Yep
DISPATCH: Ok, I will give this to my investigator and um he’ll probably be in touch with you ok
CALLER: Alright thank you
DISPATCH: Sure
CALLER: Bye

5:25pm – TYSON finishes a search of AA & DA’s residence. He is approached by AC with the evidence from Maribel Caves (CASO, pg 122 per TYSON).
AC: 432, 204
JL: Go ahead
AC: 278 and I and a Cal County Sgt will be back out at ah…trailer down at the end of the lane
JL: Ah you guys do the other pick up of items, or are you gonna wait til tomorrow?
AC: Wait til tomorrow…we’re just gonna… s [?]
JL: [?] assisting
AC: Just for a minute.
(I suggest that JL’s reference to the “other pick up of items” is in reference to the sock located by volunteer searches at Maribel Caves, unless someone can refer me to something else that makes sense within the timeline here?).

JL: 204, 432
AC: Yep
JL: Are you guys gonna be a while?
AC: I don’t believe so
JL: 10-4

JL: 204, 432
AC: Yep
JL: You guys gonna be heading back to headquarters after that, ah …
AC: If that’s, ah, okay with you
JL: 10-4 that’s where I was heading. You’re gonna ride with Dave right?
AC: Affirmative
JL: 10-4, see you there

6:28pm – JL signs out of ASY. We can infer that the transmission immediately below occurred about ~6:28pm.
JL: 204 dispatch
DISPATCH: 204
LENK: I’ll be 10-24 from this location 76 to headquarters
DJ: 209, 193. 209, 193
GS: 193
DJ: Greg, can you come back to the Command Post
GS: [?]
JL: 204 dispatch
DISPATCH: 204
JL: I’ll be 10-6 headquarters
DISPATCH: 10-4

6:42pm – DJ & GS sign out of ASY. We can infer that the transmission immediately below occurred about ~6:42pm.
DJ: 209 dispatch
DISPATCH: 209
DJ: I’m 10-8 from the scene, I’ll be 76 ah city
DISPATCH: 10-4

7:04pm – AC & DR sign out of ASY.

7 November 2005 ~ 11:25am – a white/blue sock is located in the quarry near a creek south of the conveyor (CASO, pg 139) by JB. Shotgun shells are found shortly afterwards.

8 Nov 2005 ~ 6:14pm – a white/grey sock is seized by RIEMER from quarry with shotgun shells (CASO Ledgers, pg 137).

Discussion of discrepancies:
The collection of evidence from Maribel Caves:
· It seems to occur extremely close in time to the first ever mention of KUSS Road by LE.
· Why does it take 15 minutes between collecting the jeans and then the lubricant from the same person at the same place?
· It would be good if KZ could have obtained an affidavit from HR regarding the collection of this evidence, but it seems that he has since passed away (both him and his son, of the same name, in 2018) ETA: it’s been pointed out to me that there was a third HR, a grandson, that could also be the HR named in the ledger. See the comments below for explanation as to why there is a good reason to believe HR in the ledger is the grandson in this HR trio. I would like to know what HR the grandson has to say about this.
· If the call from GS, asking DR & AC to come to the command post ASAP is about the collection of evidence from Maribel Caves, why isn’t the sock also treated with such urgency, but then left to be collected (or not) until the following day.

Remiker’s report:
· He omits any reference to going to Maribel Caves.
· He states that it was only him that was called to the Command Post and says the Colburn remained with Kurcharski to complete the search. However, Kurchariski reports that both Colburn and Remiker received a different assignment and left the search of the truck, at 1610. And the other evidence, including AC’s trial testimony), is that Remiker went with AC. This is a significant discrepancy by Remiker, given AC was with him, so he knew full well that AC didn’t stay with Kucharski.
· Less problematic, but still strange, is that REMIKER speaks of searching the autoshop building and the search of CA’s residence as if it occurs after the search of the Ford. The search of the autoshop building search occurred prior (per KUCHARSKI).

Colborn’s trial testimony regarding 6 Nov:
· AC in his trial testimony at pg 105 goes from discussing the Janda barrels to the search of the Ford truck. The barrels were loaded onto the trailer and custody transferred to Oosterhouse at 10:11am (per KUCHARSKI). Oosterhouse left ASY at 11:10am (Sign in/out logs). The search of the Ford started at 3:49pm (per KUCHARSKI).
(TT: http://www.stevenaverycase.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Jury-Trial-Transcript-Day-7-2007Feb20.pdf#page=64)

The white sock:
· There is only one sock in evidence. It’s 8088 and is on Ledger 05-250 (CASO Ledger, pg 137) with red shotgun shells from the quarry.
· The conclusion is that either a) this is the same sock, and how it got from Maribel Caves to the quarry is unanswered; or b) the sock from Maribel Caves was never collected. Neither is acceptable.
· The Maribel Caves sock was found on 6 Nov at 5:12pm. The quarry sock was found on 7 Nov sometime prior to 11:35am. The quarry sock doesn’t get collected until 8 Nov at 6:14pm (by RIEMER). And despite being collected on 8 Nov, and turned over to the evidence locker on 8 Nov, the Ledger # (05-250) is not assigned to it until sometime after 9 Dec (because that is the date that the evidence on the Ledger sequentially prior in this case, 05-247, is collected).
· The quarry sock is alleged located by JeBa. But it seems he doesn’t sign in to ASY in until 4:02pm on 7 Nov (Sign in/out logs, pg 27) whereas the sock is found around 11:35am.
· TENOR says the sock found in the quarry was white and blue. The sock in evidence is, according to the Ledger, white and grey.
· Interestingly, WEIGERT/FASSBENDER ask BD specifically about TH wearing socks:
CASO pg 766
WIEGERT: OK. was she wearing any clothes when she was on the bed?
BRENDAN: No. (shakes head "no")
WIEGERT: How about socks?

CASO pg 840
FASSBENDER: He did. Did she have her socks on? Da-think about it now and try to
remember, was she totally naked or did she have her socks on, or anything like that? (pause)
And if you can't remember or you don't know, you say that too.
BRENDAN: No.
FASSBENDER: No what?
BRENDAN: She didn't have no socks on.

Was this an attempt to try and get some corroborative evidence, or some reason to test the sock?

Conclusion
I haven't been able to draw any real conclusions, just noticed some strange coincidences. Like I said above, I thought perhaps some fresh eyes might help.

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2019.02.02 16:43 emc_aus Evidence that likely human bones, others with possible cut marks, were planted in Dassey Burn barrel #4, sometime between 3:25PM ON 07 NOV AND 4:30PM ON 08 NOV.

INTRODUCTION:
The chain of custody of the burn barrels in this case has been closely examined in some great posts by other users (I won't link them, but searching this sub for the burn barrel tag #s will bring them up). Needless to say, the barrels have justifiably attracted suspicion for a long time. With the current attention on the bones, and having been able to recently review EISENBERG’s notes, I wanted to scrutinize them a little further. I don’t think I’m revealing anything new here, but I thought it wold be good to synthesize the information in one post.

RELEVANT CHRONOLOGY :
Sunday, 6 November 2005
@ 11:10am (= OOSTERHOUSE signs out) – The trailer with the Dassey burn barrels #1-4 are en route to CASO with Oosterhouse and Tackes (CASO, 177).

Monday, 7 November 2005
@8:05am – Crime Lab personnel (Forensic Scientist ERTL, CATES, ZHANG) meet HAWKINS at CASO to examine the Dassey burn barrels. The first barrel they process is #4, and that is completed sometime prior to noon. Barrel #4 is put on the trailer. MATUSZAK picks up the trailer to go back to ASY (CASO, 142; Exhibit 82 Post Conviction Motion).

ERTL testified at trial about their method (SA TT, Day 6, p.40):
A. Approximately 8:00 a.m., we met with Jeremy Hawkins. He let us into the garage, got us into the trailer where the burn barrels were. Got them out into the garage. Set up our sifting equipment and bit by bit went through the contents of the barrels, sifting, looking for any kind of bones, teeth, hair, any metallic type items.
Q. Did you find any of that evidence?
A. There was. In each barrel examined we collected a box full of that sort of material.

@ 3:25pm – MATUSZAK signs in at ASY. This is the earliest opportunity he would have to drop off Dassey burn barrel #4 at ASY.
@ 3:45pm – MATUSZAK collects SA’s barrel containing the electronics, which is ¼ full of debris, and takes it to CASO (CASO, 143).

Tuesday, 8 November 2005
ERTL, CATES, ZHANG with HAWKINS process the remaining 3 of 4 Dassey burn barrels (ie #1-3) and SAs barrel. Those four barrels are subsequently secured in the back garage (CASO, 153).
~10:40am – Crime Lab personnel have finished examining the contents of the Dassey burn barrels and leave CASO to return to ASY. We know this because of a radio transmission from HAWKINS to dispatch at 10:45am asking if the Crime Lab people have left yet. An unknown officer, 820, chimes in and tells HAWKINS they left about 5-10 minutes ago, headed back to Mishicot.
? DA KRATZ wants the barrel marked #4 that was returned to the AVERY property to be brought back [to the the CALUMET COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT]. (CASO, 152).
*~*4:30pm – TYSON, SABLICH and RIEMER recover burn barrel marked #4 and ‘the mystery burn barrel’. CASO Evidence Ledger (05-187/pg 25) shows 7922 from "N of res". I would suggest this likely means North of SA's residence.
Note: I think we can safely assume that this burn barrel marked #4 is the same as Dassey burn barrel #4. We also know there are two “metal barrels” that are logged in evidence sequentially; 7921 and 7922. We also know, thanks to HAWKINS (see CASO, 892) that Property Tag#7922 is a metal barrel with the number 4 on it. I think we can safely assume that Dassey burn barrel #4 got a new property tag number (7922, previously 645) when it was collected for the second time.
5:34pm – RIEMER is given the contents of barrel #4 from ERTL at the Command Post (CASO, 174; CASO Ledgers pg 27). Though its curious why the contents have come from CASO back to ASY, it’s clear that these are the contents that the Crime Lab would have retrieved during their sifting of barrel #4 on 7 Nov.

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20 December 2005
Dassey burn barrel #4, now with Property Tag #7922, is processed again.
"It should also be noted that on 12/20/05, the special agents at the scene were Special Agent KEVIN HEIMERL, Special Agent JAMES SIELEHR, Special Agent JAMES HOLMES, Special Agent RODNEY PEVYTOE, Inv. JOHN DEDERING of the CALUMET CO. SHEIFF'S DEPT. and Sgt. BILL TYSON of the CALUMET CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT. ...
Property Tag#7922 was also processed and the following items were generated from that:
o Property Tag #8139, an earring
o Property Tag#8144, two AAA batteries
o Property Tag #8145, four AA batteries
o Property Tag #8146, paper
o Property Tag #8140, bone fragments
o Property Tag #8153, brass from a shotgun shell
o Property Tag #8154, a metal object, possibly resembling a cell phone antenna
o Property Tag #8157, two AA batteries
o Property Tag #8756, metal and wire
o Property Tag #8158, three AAA batteries
o Property Tag #8155, a spent .22 caliber shell
o Property Tag #8160, metal clothing pieces such as rivets and snaps
o Property Tag #8159, a glass piece"
(CASO, 357)

According to EISENBERG’s notes of the same date (20 Dec), #8140 is: “burned and unburned non-human, non-biological, possible small undiagnostic calcinated and burned human fragments; possible cut fragment of unknown origin; WCL rescreen” (see Exhibit to Motion re Rapid DNA testing).
EISENBERG takes the #8140 bones with her, presumably to ‘rescreen’ them at the Crime Lab per her note.
"It should be noted that Property Tags #8148, the suspected bone fragments, #8140, the bone fragments; and #8150, the teeth, were turned over to Dr. LESLIE EISENBURG on 12/20/05." (CASO, 358).

Now, I’m not aware of any document or exhibit which sets out the results of her ‘rescreening’, but I think we can at least conclude that she could not rule out that they were human, because...
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20 September 2011
After 9:00am – Human bone fragments from #8140 were returned to the Halbach family (it would seem). “Property Tag #8140,one fragments, the separated human bones fragments were removed and photographed” (CASO, 1114).

OBSERVATIONS & CONCLUSIONS:

QUESTIONS:
Edit: formatting/spelling
ETA: Detail about location of #4 when collected on 8th (the second time), and details about ERTL delivering the contents of barrels to RIEMER.
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2018.02.27 03:41 seekingtruthforgood 76 CASO References to Burn Barrels

76 times "barrels" are mentioned in CASO (related to evidence collection):

THE BEGINNING

11/5 @ 5:26 pm Julie Cramer was by SA’s barrel and in trailer– no alerts from Brutus, CASO pg 89
11/06 @10:11 am LE took 4 barrels, 50 yards SE of Avery’s garage – turned over to Oosterhouse, CASO pg 101
11/06 @11:11 am Hawkins arrived to get ready for 4 barrels, in trailer, put them in garage, CASO pg 116
11/06 11:30 am Oosterhouse departed for Calumet, but, at 11:38, had to stop on 43 and 147 because trailer was pulling; arrived at Calumet at 12:45 PM and signed trailer over to Hawkins, CASO pg 117
11/7 @8:05 am Until sometime before 1:40 pm, Hawkins, Ertl, Cates and Zhang began to process barrels; processed barrel #4, started barrel #2, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
11/7 Before 1:40 PM (arrived at Avery’s at 1:40 PM) Ertl and team called away; barrel #4 returned to trailer, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
11/7 Matuszak picked up trailer from Calumet and brought trailer back to Avery scene (remember #4 was loaded back on trailer, per Hawkins), CASO, page 142
11/7 @ 1:15 PM Baldwin guarded barrel at Avery’s, CASO pg 135
11/7 @ 3:45 PM SA 50-gallon barrel ¼ full taken from SA’s in enclosed trailer to bring to Calumet (Matuszak), CASO pg 143
11/7 @ 6:15 pm Ertl headed back to continue processing barrels at Calumet; is aware that a 5th barrel, containing remnants of a Motorola cellular phone had also been brought to Chilton, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
11/7 @7:30-9:30 PM Ertl gained access to the garage but not the trailer with the 5th barrel. He then completed the second barrel, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
11/7 @9:30 PM Ertl reports only finishing second barrel (#2) at 9:30 PM; WI crime lab departed for the Best Western, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
11/7 @7:45 pm Kucharski indicates he was present until 9:13 pm, while he watched WI State Crime Lab process several burn barrels for evidence, CASO pg 144
11/8 Hawkins states, ERTL, CATES and ZHANG were back at crime lab to process, CASO pgs 152-153:

GROUND HOG DAY

11/8 @ 4:30 PM Riemer, Tyson and Sablich recovered two burn barrels from Avery property; one was marked barrel #4
11/8 @ 5:14 PM From Calumet County Command Post (which was on Avery’s property), picked up:
11/9 prior to 11:57 AM Hawkins turned several items over to Agent Joy:
11/10 Riemer reports processing a number of items, including the burnt material on the brown tarp, tissue, bones; it was brought with Riemer to burn pit area of Avery’s – all items were supposedly turned over to Wisconsin State Crime Lab, not Calumet; this is later covered on pg 356, 12/19/05; is tagged #7923 and is then processed with Dr. Eisenburg:
11/11 Hawkins states that DCI Rindt and Pevytoe arrive to go through 5 barrels. Barrel #4 contained a red cut off shirt; burn barrel with no markings was also checked – found bones believed to be non-human in origin.
11/11 Reimer excavates mound and burn pit; collects several items – burnt material is #7947, #7948, #7954 by berm southeast of the garage, bone fragments behind garage #7955;

WHERE IT GETS WEIRD

11/12 Supplemental report - In the morning, before 9:00 am, Sippel and the arson team recovered burned garbage from the Radandt deer camp; bone and flesh located in the Michels Quarry
11/12 Riemer and Agents Pevytoe and Ebben process items #642, 643, 644 and 645. 643 is a 55-gallon barrel with bone fragments inside; also processed were:
11/12 @11:28 am Site broken down and returned to Avery’s.

THEN…

12/19/05 Hawkins and Riemer load for transport:

BUT,

12/19/05 The cell barrel is NOW 1/2 full, Wiegert also checks back in box with contents of cell phone barrel (box with contents tagged #8316)
12/20/05 RIEMER returned 39 items from the WI STATE CRIME LAB:
01/06/06 Hawkins retrieved contents of cell phone barrel, #8316, and signed over to Pagel to transport to FBI
04/19/06 Wiegert recaps FBI’s findings of items in cell phone barrel: (condensed) 'WIEGERT received a faxed copy of a report from the FBI. It should be noted we had previously packaged and sent several items, which were discovered in a burn barrel on the property of a trailer, which had been occupied by STEVEN AVERY. The following will be a brief synopsis of the report provided by FBI:
4/10/06 HAWKINS released the following items to Deputy RICK RIEMER:
4/11/06 Hawkins assisted Riemer with sifting through five-gallon pail, 8698 and possible bone fragments were removed; put into pill box.
Upon completion, all items were put back in custody:
Deputy RIEMER also returned the following items to Hawkins:
6/26/06 Dedering received #8316, contents of cell phone barrel, back from FBI. He didn’t have access to custody to the custody document when he signed it back in, so he drew an arrow to FBI Agent, Mullen’s signature, as he was the last individual having custody.
6/26/06 Hawkins confirms receiving #8316
10/23/06 Hawkins released contents of #8314, barrel #2, #8315, barrel #1, #8317, barrel #3, #8319 barrel #4, plus #9597 and #9598, bags containing items described as cranial pieces
12/11/06 Hawkins retrieved items from the Dane County Coroner (collected from Eisenberg) and Dentist, Donald Simley
The following property tags were obtained from Dr. Simley
9/20/11 Hawkins, Wiegert, Fallon, Gahn, via Eisenberg’s report, determined which bones could be returned to Halbach family:
Once items were photographed, items were referred to Wieting Funeral home, but packaging was retained by Calumet.

THE END

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2017.07.25 08:52 seekingtruthforgood 76 References to Burn Barrel(s) Evidence, Recapped

76 times "barrels" are mentioned in CASO (related to evidence collection):

THE BEGINNING

11/5 @ 5:26 pm Julie Cramer was by SA’s barrel and in trailer– no alerts from Brutus, CASO pg 89
11/06 @10:11 am LE took 4 barrels, 50 yards SE of Avery’s garage – turned over to Oosterhouse, CASO pg 101
11/06 @11:11 am Hawkins arrived to get ready for 4 barrels, in trailer, put them in garage, CASO pg 116
11/06 11:30 am Oosterhouse departed for Calumet, but, at 11:38, had to stop on 43 and 147 because trailer was pulling; arrived at Calumet at 12:45 PM and signed trailer over to Hawkins, CASO pg 117
11/7 @8:05 am Until sometime before 1:40 pm, Hawkins, Ertl, Cates and Zhang began to process barrels; processed barrel #4, started barrel #2, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
11/7 Before 1:40 PM (arrived at Avery’s at 1:40 PM) Ertl and team called away; barrel #4 returned to trailer, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
11/7 Matuszak picked up trailer from Calumet and brought trailer back to Avery scene (remember #4 was loaded back on trailer, per Hawkins), CASO, page 142
11/7 @ 1:15 PM Baldwin guarded barrel at Avery’s, CASO pg 135
11/7 @ 3:45 PM SA 50-gallon barrel ¼ full taken from SA’s in enclosed trailer to bring to Calumet (Matuszak), CASO pg 143
11/7 @ 6:15 pm Ertl headed back to continue processing barrels at Calumet; is aware that a 5th barrel, containing remnants of a Motorola cellular phone had also been brought to Chilton, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
11/7 @7:30-9:30 PM Ertl gained access to the garage but not the trailer with the 5th barrel. He then completed the second barrel, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
11/7 @9:30 PM Ertl reports only finishing second barrel (#2) at 9:30 PM; WI crime lab departed for the Best Western, Exhibit 82, PCR Motion
11/7 @7:45 pm Kucharski indicates he was present until 9:13 pm, while he watched WI State Crime Lab process several burn barrels for evidence, CASO pg 144
11/8 Hawkins states, ERTL, CATES and ZHANG were back at crime lab to process, CASO pgs 152-153:

GROUND HOG DAY

11/8 @ 4:30 PM Riemer, Tyson and Sablich recovered two burn barrels from Avery property; one was marked barrel #4
11/8 @ 5:14 PM From Calumet County Command Post (which was on Avery’s property), picked up:
11/9 prior to 11:57 AM Hawkins turned several items over to Agent Joy:
11/10 Riemer reports processing a number of items, including the burnt material on the brown tarp, tissue, bones; it was brought with Riemer to burn pit area of Avery’s – all items were supposedly turned over to Wisconsin State Crime Lab, not Calumet; this is later covered on pg 356, 12/19/05; is tagged #7923 and is then processed with Dr. Eisenburg:
11/11 Hawkins states that DCI Rindt and Pevytoe arrive to go through 5 barrels. Barrel #4 contained a red cut off shirt; burn barrel with no markings was also checked – found bones believed to be non-human in origin.
11/11 Reimer excavates mound and burn pit; collects several items – burnt material is #7947, #7948, #7954 by berm southeast of the garage, bone fragments behind garage #7955;

WHERE IT GETS WEIRD

11/12 Supplemental report - In the morning, before 9:00 am, Sippel and the arson team recovered burned garbage from the Radandt deer camp; bone and flesh located in the Michels Quarry
11/12 Riemer and Agents Pevytoe and Ebben process items #642, 643, 644 and 645. 643 is a 55-gallon barrel with bone fragments inside; also processed were:
11/12 @11:28 am Site broken down and returned to Avery’s.

THEN…

12/19/05 Hawkins and Riemer load for transport:

BUT,

12/19/05 The cell barrel is NOW 1/2 full, Wiegert also checks back in box with contents of cell phone barrel (box with contents tagged #8316)
12/20/05 RIEMER returned 39 items from the WI STATE CRIME LAB:
01/06/06 Hawkins retrieved contents of cell phone barrel, #8316, and signed over to Pagel to transport to FBI
04/19/06 Wiegert recaps FBI’s findings of items in cell phone barrel: (condensed) 'WIEGERT received a faxed copy of a report from the FBI. It should be noted we had previously packaged and sent several items, which were discovered in a burn barrel on the property of a trailer, which had been occupied by STEVEN AVERY. The following will be a brief synopsis of the report provided by FBI:
4/10/06 HAWKINS released the following items to Deputy RICK RIEMER:
4/11/06 Hawkins assisted Riemer with sifting through five-gallon pail, 8698 and possible bone fragments were removed; put into pill box.
Upon completion, all items were put back in custody:
Deputy RIEMER also returned the following items to Hawkins:
6/26/06 Dedering received #8316, contents of cell phone barrel, back from FBI. He didn’t have access to custody to the custody document when he signed it back in, so he drew an arrow to FBI Agent, Mullen’s signature, as he was the last individual having custody.
6/26/06 Hawkins confirms receiving #8316
10/23/06 Hawkins released contents of #8314, barrel #2, #8315, barrel #1, #8317, barrel #3, #8319 barrel #4, plus #9597 and #9598, bags containing items described as cranial pieces
12/11/06 Hawkins retrieved items from the Dane County Coroner (collected from Eisenberg) and Dentist, Donald Simley
The following property tags were obtained from Dr. Simley
9/20/11 Hawkins, Wiegert, Fallon, Gahn, via Eisenberg’s report, determined which bones could be returned to Halbach family:
Once items were photographed, items were referred to Wieting Funeral home, but packaging was retained by Calumet.

THE END

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