Welcome to the Outlaw Forum.Did you bring your six shooters along? :)
Answers to your questions follow:
I don't know where Starrs stored the remains, but from the things I've read about him my imaginination runs wild with possibilities.I would give you a link to a good article about him, but since it's located on my web site I can't do that.
Dr. Finneagn did not do DNA tests on the remains but did test them to determine if they were male or female, age, blood type, ect.He said that everything was consistent with what was known about Jesse James.But he really should have said that his findings were consistent with the remains of the man shot dead on or around April 3, 1882, because as of this date it has not been proven with DNA testing if that man was in fact Jesse James.
It has been suggested that there was an unseen powerful figure behind Starrs' 1995 exhumation, but I have never heard that he was threatened.Have you?
I don't know if there's a plot to keep others from examing the remains, but I don't think those remains will ever be reexamined with the possible exception of a lawsuit forcing them to allow it.
If it turns out Jesse James is buried under the name of James L. Courtney his remains should stay in Texas.
Some of the "stuff" from the original grave was placed in the James Farm Museum, and also fell into the hands of private collectors.
Prof. Starrs did examine bones from the original grave,
Those who continue to suppress new information regarding Jesse James are obviously afraid of the truth or why else would they do it?
Well Sue, to use your words, I "ain't" buying that the bones were too deteriorated either.I just watched a documentary on a tomb that some believe held the remains of Jesus' family.Scientists were able to extract mtDNA out of them.Starrs used mtDNA testing.Now we all know how old Jesus' family is so good ol' common sense tells us something sure "ain't" right about Starr's statemant.
I hope I answerd your questions to your satisfaction Sue.