It doesn't matter what is on the 911 tapes if a neighbor or two or five walked into the crime scene prior to or after making the call, and then provided any information asked for by someone from a newspaper.
Perhaps, but if the call identified the source of the injury to the deceased, this crime scene should have been swept by law enforcement, and the 911 call would give some guidance. Second, if what you suggest is that all sorts of neighbors were viewing this body and this horrific crime, why have none of the newspaper articles referenced the neighbor specifically, or identified their source as a generic neighbor who saw the following:...........Sorry some things do not make sense, and it really did not sit well with me having that kind of detail in the paper for kids to read who were classmates of the sister who survived. It was completely and totally unnecessary. It may sell newspapers, but who gave these papers the grisly detail?