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Old 10-02-2017, 01:43 PM
Sam Flynn Sam Flynn is offline
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Originally Posted by Wickerman View Post
The cut to the thumb is described as short, and superficial - so it wasn't deep.
This killer was wielding his knife all over the place, if he caught the thumb in his frenzy, we maybe shouldn't be surprised.
I can't see how a blade could accidentally come into contact with the thumb, which is pretty much tucked away for most of the time. And I don't see him flailing his knife about like a whirling Dervish, either, but that's another matter.
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