Skip to main content
Income for Joe Karam
Little known facts
User account menu
Evidence Against David
The gun belonged to David
Blood on David's clothes belonged to Stephen
David Washed blood soaked clothes.
Eyewitness Testimony of Plan to Commit an Act while on Paper Run
Testimony of David Intimidating his Family with his Gun
Robin Bain's Body Appeared to have been moved
David organised a Family Meeting for the night before the murders
David had injuries consistent with a fight with Stephen
David Changed his Testimony regarding The Green Jersey
The Rifle Magazine Appeared to be Planted next to Robin Bain's Body
There was Insufficient Time for the Wash Cycle to Complete as Testified by David Bain
David Bains Bloody Gloves were Found in Stephen's Room
David's Fingerprints in Blood were found on the Murder Rifle
David Changed his Testimony Regarding Rooms he Visited before Dialing 111
Broken Spectacles were found in David's Room which David admitted to his lawyer he had been wearing.
David had a Compelling Motive
David Stated that he Heard Laniet Gurgling
An admission of guilt?
Suppressed Forensic evidence requested by Joe Karam points to Robin not committing suicide.
David Bain Testified that he was the only Person who knew the location of the Trigger Lock Keys
The Empty Shell Casing and the bullet in the lounge
Blood found on David's Gondaliers shirt.
David had a premonition of horror.
Lack of evidence pointing to Robin Bain.
David insisted that Laniet was home on the Sunday night prior to her murder.
Robin Bain was well respected by the people that really knew him.
David had no answer to many questions about evidence linking him to the murders.
David had no answer to many questions about evidence linking him to the murder scenes.
Robin Bain unlikely to have killed himself.
Robin Bain brought the newspaper in.
David's Track-pants had been washed.
Witnesses testified that Laniet was scared of David.
Evidence for and Against