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The waist-high window has curtains pulled back at the bottom around a plant on the sill, and the courtyard is about 150 feet across.
Other items, including women's underwear, a woman's sanitary pad and an unwrapped condom, were found on a window sill.
Earlier in the day, lead Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office homicide Detective Donald Zanotelli testified that blood spatters found on the interior window sill of Gasser's car belonged to McKnight and likely came from his hand.
Other touches include unique side sills, a NISMO rear fascia and exhaust finisher, dark chrome door handles and trunk finisher, and black NISMO outside mirror caps with integrated turn signals and the signature NISMO red stripe.
And then to have those seats floating, connected to the side sills is even odder.
Inside, the vent trim and center console are done up in piano black, there are carbon-fiber-look accents, and the sill plates have been rendered in aluminum with GT badging.
To preserve fuel and prevent the generators from wearing out, managers now shut off the generators for a few hours during the day and after 10 p.m., and give residents flashlights and solar cubes to set on their window sills.
Now those windows are bricked over but faintly visible; a worker putting finishing touches on the stage used the sill to rest his laptop computer.
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