Dr. John Gerdes, the clinical director at the Immunological Associate of Denver, finishes his testimony for the defense about the alleged contamination within the LAPD crime lab. Next up is Terrence Paul Speed, a professor of statistics. He was on the stand for two days and explained how he thought the prosecutions statistician Bruce Weir provided the jury with misleading population frequency information. Towards the end of the week, a physician/medical examiner and forensic pathologist testified the poor conditions of the clothing worn by the victim was indicative to the poor conditions in the LA medical examiner's office. He also provided many contradictory observations about the murders.