Tuesday, November 5, 2013
A Notice Regarding "Sierra Kills" Related Articles
as he has been very open with his story and possible genetic evidence, his claims have been corroborated by the driver who he was with, he has spent a large amount of time and money returning to the area where the event allegedly occurred to investigate with researchers, he has turned down offers of money for his possible genetic evidence, he has passed a polygraph test twice, and possible thermal footage of wood apes was taken in the area where he claims the event occured (see here). As previously discussed, Justin submitted a piece of flesh (which he found near where he allegedly hid the juvenile body a few weeks after the event) and samples of blood on his boots (which was possibly from the juvenile he allegedly shot) to the Oxford-Lausanne Collateral Hominid Project. As I am pressed for time, I am not able to discuss the results revealed in a Channel 4 documentary in detail, other than that the flesh was that of a black bear (which was expected as a Trent University examination also revealed this) and that the samples from the boots could not yield any viable DNA. Due to the nature of these results, I have decided to remove my articles on the "Sierra Kills" matter for the time being. I am doing this as I feel that it's best for me to drop Justin Smeja's claims unless further evidence comes forth, as such large claims are a lost cause without evidence. I hope that you can understand my reasoning, and know that I will have a more detailed article on these and other results revealed in the documentary in the very near future (although it is important to wait for the peer-reviewed paper to be released before making any conclusions regarding the DNA study's analysis).