WILBER — Jurors stoically leafed through a stack of 11 photos of pieces of Sydney Loofe’s dismembered body found in trash bags discarded along gravel roads in rural Clay County on Nov. 16, 2017, at the trial of the man accused of her murder.Where was Sydney loofe's father in the courtroom?
Sydney’s father, George, sat in the front row, often looking down or away from jurors in the quiet courtroom. In all, their onerous task would take 14 minutes for the 12 jurors and three alternates. Courtroom goers wouldn’t see the photos, other than perhaps a glance as a juror flipped the pages.What was missing from the body of loofe?
Throughout her testimony, Elieff explained that many of Loofe’s internal organs were missing, including her tongue, heart, esophagus, and most of her left lung. Loofe also had no blood remaining in her body, which Elieff says is common in dismemberment cases.