there was no visible trauma on the bodies, the way they were laying didnt grant us any view of that,
Small caliber like a .22 or a .25, Ros, there probably wouldn't have been enough bleeding to be immediately noticeable unless you handled the bodies. If the shot was to the back of the woman's head, and both bodies were on their backs it's quite possible there would be no immediately noticeable signs of trauma.
a .22 behind the ear at immediate range is a common execution style hit.
Maine? you can't get there from here.
For what it's worth, dys is quite correct. And I can assure you that my personal knowledge of the Boston underworld is quite extensive, more so than I can say on an open forum like this.
I still woulda thought the EMT's would have been able to determine a cause of death from gunshot, before asking the Fire Department to test for CO levels.
That's something else again. I agree that, on its face, this looks awfully sloppy, to be kind about it.
Its just a phrase Dave, Ive never been to another planet yet
based upon empirical Evidence, I feel confident that another planet
would have a Penobscot or Washington County wherein Mainers would feel at home.