Not quite. Cliffs of the foregoing:
- They confirmed Raffaele on the clasp. (pg 135
- Page 145: For the knife, they confirm Amanda on the handle. As regards Meredith on the blade, they say it is Meredith but it isn't blood (Stefanoni had said same), and say it is unreliable because
it is LCN DNA and Rome allegedly ran afoul of "international standards." There is no international body which sets these standards, so 'international' in this instance literally means "other countries," primarily American, where LCN is not used rather than Italian or the UK, where they try 10,000 cases per year with it.
C+V should have, in my opinion, evaluated the knife blade within
the context of the LCN discipline rather than attack LCN's overall worthiness and from there exclude anything smaller than a standard DNA sample, per US practice.
- Page 146: Bra Clasp: C+V think only 12 loci should have been attributed to Raffaele when Stefanoni counted 16. They therefore consider her interpretation erroneous, but it remains that the 12 agreed-upon loci are "owned" by one in 22-billion people. It's still Raffaele. Then they say you can't rule out contamination, again non-specifically with the "international" bit, without ever going so far as to allege contamination.