Members of a team of forensic experts
looking into a 28-year-old murder case say they have found
unspecified items worth following up on by re-examining evidence
and the body of a 16-year-old girl that was exhumed Thursday.
Dr. Michael Baden and Dr. Henry Lee offered few details to
reporters Friday at the state medical examiner’s office in Augusta.
Baden is chief forensic pathologist for the New York state
police, while Lee is known for his testimony during the O.J.
Simpson murder trial. Baden and Lee were among those joining Maine
officials re-examining the unsolved homicide of Joyce McLain, who
was last seen alive when she went for a jog on Aug. 8, 1980. She
was found bludgeoned to death two days later near Schenck High
School in East Millinocket.