"Ms. Rogers DNA profile was the major contributor to the DNA located on the inside of the gloves," Russell said.
Furthermore, the deposition said, the FBI sent photos of Rogers' cuts to a forensic pathologist, who believed the wounds to be self-inflicted.
"This opinion is based partially on the fact that the cuts appeared superficial and symmetrical, avoided sensitive areas of the body,...are accessible to the victim and follow the victim's frame of reference for reading and writing," the deposition said.
Rumors had been circulating in recent weeks in Lincoln and on the Internet due to the fact that police had yet to pinpoint any suspects. The urge to respond to rumors prompted Rogers to give her one and only interview.
"For people to think this doesn't happen here, it does," Rogers told CNN affiliate KETV on July 27. "It did."
She refused to discuss the incident itself during that interview.
Rogers' attorney at the time, Megan Mikolajczyk, told CNN her client was ready for a full interview early last week, but canceled saying "things have changed."
Mikolajczyk said Tuesday that she is no longer Rogers' attorney.
According to neighbor Linda Rappl, Rogers' showed up on her doorstep bloodied in the early morning hours immediately following the alleged attack last month.
"I was in shock," Rappl said soon after the incident. "She was naked, her hands were tied with zip ties. All I could see was a cut across her forehead and blood running down."
Rappl said she took the sobbing Rogers inside and wrapped her in a blanket before calling 911.