Mar 7, 1975 Judy Rivera, Page 2
Young girls . . . (Continued From Metro Page) testimony. The trial will continue Monday. Dr. Stillson, testifying as a rebuttal witness Wednesday, said he had compared X-rays X-rays X-rays of Judy Rivera and Judy Gasse and concluded concluded that they are different people. A hip condition observable in Judy Gasse was congenital and had been present since birth, but the condition was not observable in Judy Rivera's X-rays, X-rays, X-rays, he said. A second prosecution rebuttal witness, Dr. Stewart Shermis, an anthropogist who specializes in the study of diseases and causes of death as they are observable in skeletal remains, testified that he also had made comparisons between between X-ray X-ray X-ray photographs of Judy Rivera and Judy Gasse. Using a different basis of comparison than Dr. Stillson, he also had concluded that they were not the same individual, he said. A third expert witness called by the prosecution, Dr. ,Rene Modglin, of Colton, said he was unable to reach any conclusions' about whether the two Judys were really one. Prosecuting is Dep. Dist. Atty. Betty Dyke. The defendants are represented by Larry Freeman and David Call. Superior Court Judge Thomas R. Haldorsen is presiding at the trial.