"I can go on but you're brainwashed and obviously so emotionally invested that you're willing to lie to your own readers. I challenge you and David (Paulides) to prove one thing I've said is untrue. Thank god her paper is a disaster based on what she's released or she would've poisoned this subject even more including the legitimate idea of bigfoot dna (fake journal and peer review, charging 30$ and pocketing the monies, no lab reports, less then 1% of the data, no support or substantiaton, no support from her own so called co-authors,fake people (Casey Mullins)etc..."
On March 15th Robert Lindsay pointed out the following on his blog:
Possible explanation for anomalous Ketchum and Smeja/Cutino results for the Bigfoot steak from the Sierra Kills. The results indicate that the submissions were from two different objects, not a single object. Cutino/Smeja’s results ended up with MtDNA haplotypes A and T2, and Ketchum’s MtDNA results indicate haplotype H1A for Sample 26 (the Sierra Kills Bigfoot steak). Apparently these were two completely different objects being tested. I have no explanation for the anomalous results or why there were two objects when there was said to be only two pieces of a single object.
Source: Beyond Highbrow – Robert Lindsay
It is obvious that the facts are pointing to the realization that Justin Smeja gave a Bigfoot sample to the Ketcum DNA Study and gave Bart Cutino a piece of bear and claimed it was Bigfoot. The reasons why he did this are only known to him. Sorry Bart you trusted the wrong person.