Le Hunt – appendix 5
Det. Ann Zumwinkle’s original report reads as follows:
WHO KILLED DAWN?
Judd Dunwood, LACMA Conservator, with assistance from Dr. Douglas Farhad, Psychiatrist
HOW DID J. DUNWOOD KILL DAWN?
The wrong kind of mushrooms, ingested during their planned (but seemingly inadvertent to victim) three-way.
WHAT WAS J. DUNWOOD’S MOTIVE FOR THE KILLING?
Victim discovered Dunwood and Farhad were actually both members of the underground group with the same exact initials as MAMA: the Museum Antiquarian Mayhem Association. Surveyed and infiltrated for years by both the FBI and IRS, it was soon to be revealed that there seems to be a member initiation requirement to commit murder and other atrocities. Admissible proof, both occurring in May of this year:
The murder of Dunwood’s ex-lover, antiquities expert Roxanna Brown, to cover Dunwood’s prior smuggling schemes: http://articles.latimes.com/2008/may/15/local/me-art15
The murder of Art Car curator Tom Jones: http://www.click2houston.com/news/16238435/detail.html?subid=10100242
as well as the “unexpected death” of collector, LACMA trustee, and global-warming-skeptic Michael Crichton:
Det.s Saerimi and Joyce’s original reports were very similar to each other’s:
“Mr. Dunwood and Dr. Farhad tarred and feathered Dawn because she was blackmailing them. When the gunshot was fire, Mr. Dunwood, Dr. Farhad and Vinge ran away but Vinge left the strap at the scene. Mr. Dunwood then told Penelope that Dawn was dead so Penelope did not know that Dawn was still alive. Then Penelope thought that her dog, Zeisel, was the only one in the park being attacked by birds. Since Dawn was tarred and feathered, she looked like a bird, and Penelope (who was muscular in the upper torso) used the leather braid that Vinge left to strangle Dawn and rescue her dog Zeisel.”