Case File Information

Date of Event / Case File: 10/16/2000

Background

A mutilated six year old Charolais bull was discovered 10-16-2000 near Derwent Alberta (south of St. Paul). He was facing east and lay on his right side. Excisions included the following: left ear; tongue; rectum, oval shape incision on the stomach (flesh untouched); scrotum with penis out between his hind legs; two teats. Several small willow branches had what appears as blood on them.

The blood-like residue on the branches was submitted for identification. Of specific interest is whether the residue is pure hemoglobin, which has been identified in two other mutilation events.

Conclusions

A mutilated six year old Charolais bull was discovered 10-16-2000 near Derwent Alberta (south of St. Paul). He was facing east and lay on his right side. Excisions included the following: left ear; tongue; rectum, oval shape incision on the stomach (flesh untouched); scrotum with penis out between his hind legs; two teats. Several small willow branches had what appears as blood on them. The blood-like residue on the branches was submitted for identification. Of specific interest is whether the residue is pure hemoglobin, which has been identified in two other mutilation events

The Analysis

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