Phantoms & Monsters: Lindsay's "leaked" results from Bigfoot DNA data was determined to be flawed, but the Sierra Kills story is real
Phantoms & Monsters recently posted an article concerning "leaked" the nuclear DNA testing for Justin Smeja's 'Bigfoot Steak'. Their source is claiming that the leaked results by Robert Lindsay was at least a year old and was already determined to be "flawed."
According to the article, the Robert Lindsay's source most likely came from someone who worked with Melba Ketchum at the early stage of the study and has since moved on (presumed to be starting their own study). Lindsay never mentioned who his source was, but it's possible that Richard Stubstad could be feeding him some of the results. As reported last month, Richard Stubstad has already begun to migrate some of his work to other labs in Europe.
The article did not discredit Justin Smeja's story about killing two Bigfoots in the Sierras. They even went as far as clarifying that the 'Bigfoot steak' was not from a coyote:
Recent claims by certain parties, who have stated that the physical evidence submitted by Justin Smeja were coyote remains, are not fact. If coyote or canid evidence had been submitted to the study the first test markers would have determined that this was not hominid and it would have been quickly dismissed. Under the current circumstances and through source information it is my opinion that Justin Smeja's account of the 'Sierra Kills' incident, for the most part, has been accurate. Those parties attempting to discredit Smeja and the overall study in order to bolster their own personal agendas need to back off and allow the science to speak.
Here's the run down from Phantoms & Monsters: