Yeah, quite disappointing. I agree with SField. It seems like they were aiming for 13, but was cut off at 12. Wish they tied the Miguel, Freebo, Skinner and Oscar together.
Originally Posted by Get Smart
And when they do an autopsy of the Skinner wouldnt they find out his neck was snapped pre-collision?
It's Miami, they wouldn't ask for an autopsy. Most places probably wouldn't request an autopsy. Even then, again it's Miami. I don't think they have great pathologists or forensic anthropologist. I certainly wouldn't expect Vince to be able to figure it out. In terms of actual evidence, I'm not in either professions, I think they wouldn't necessarily have evidence to difinitively conclude that the neck was snapped pre-collision, but I think they could suspect it. There wouldn't be any clear evidence like rigor mortis, steroid build up at the injury or signs of decomposition. However, bruises could surface postmortem providing a timeframe. This could indicate that someone else was supposed to be there but wasn't. And if they used uv light with a wavelength under 400 nm, they would find other bruises going across his neck and chest. Worst that would happen is they open an investigation. But Dexter took evidence that would link him - rope and knife. And during the fight he made sure his blood didn't get on anything. Although I suppose someone could get curious about his little trip down the stairs...