The swimming pool had a taped body shape at the bottom and fake blood on the sides, but it would only be visible under a blacklight. Each day, everyone usually has set assignments. For Cassie, it was the mall, then the library, and finally the pool. Sometimes they would visit the mock crime scenes in the basement. Cassie accomplished many things
B) Relevant evidence, will show if the round fired into Abbot matched the weapon discovered in the car. This will link the murder weapon to the murderer C) Physical D) Circumstantial A) Statement from the next door neighbors Jack and Jill, stating they heard a gun go off in Abbot’s house. B)
Escape from Alcatraz On June 11th, 1962 three hardened criminals, Frank Morris, John Anglin and Clarence Anglin, attempted their daring escape from Alcatraz, one of the most brutal prisons of it’s time. But one question remains: Did they survive their escape? Let’s search through the evidence they left behind. Our first piece of evidence is that the prisoners had a very well thought through plan as of how they were going to get out of the prison.
Did Lizzie Borden Get Away with Murder? “Lizzie Borden took an axe / And gave her mother forty whacks / When she saw what she had done / She gave her father forty-one” (Linder). In today’s time, many children know this nursery rhyme as a scary story similar to other chants like Bloody Mary.
Once the Jerry’s death cause was known to the public due to coroner’s insistence on an autopsy, news correspondents invaded Jerry Sternadel’s ranch, but two important events occured. First, Tom Bradley knew about Jerry’s death being profiled as murder, so he calls the police and tells them about how he got sick after drinking the cranberry juice. He voluntarily accepts to do a blood test and the results came back positive from arsenic levels. Then, after this, the police started to investigate the case deeper to discover where the poison came from.
In Garden City, on November 18, 1959 bloodstains were found leading to the Clutter murder case last week. These bloodstains were found on the Arkansas River bridge near the Herbert Clutter farm. County Attorney Duane West confirmed that they had not determined if the blood stains was human blood or from an animal. He said there are many pheasant hunters around the area and is very possible the stains came from an animal. The stains, fingerprints, rope and tape were taken from the house and to be sent to the Kansas Bureau of investigation laboratory in Topeka to be analyzed today.
Do the same with inner corner, this time pulling that said part close to the lash line. 4. Blending does not only apply to make-up foundations and contouring creams; it also works for False Lashes application! How? Once you have set your falsies on your lash line, curl your natural eyelash with your fake ones.
1. The problem is that they are doing surgery on live animals and potentially hurting, and changing the way these animals are living. Another problem is that the students are having problems with working on pets such as dogs, horses, and cows. A major problem is that dogs die under anesthesia. Complication rates are getting higher with new unqualified surgeons.
At that time, Tabor’s phone is ringing and it is his friend constable K who tells Tabor to escape because he is being accused of the murderer. Soon, they are discovered by the police and Tabor hides in a crowded market with Jabari to get rid of the police chasing them. The next day, Jabari and Tabor’s faces appear all over the news with an order for arrest. They are accused of killing Pa and stealing diamonds.
sion, Lizzie had several reasons to kill her stepmom and dad. The crime scene is another thing that hints Lizzie killed her stepmom and dad. For example, the placement of them is very weird. Andrew was laying on a couch with 11 whacks to his face; Abby was found lying in the floor with 18 whacks to her face, but everything around them was in place (Linder, 2004).
There are many important factors in crime scene investigation, one of those involves serology and observing the blood spatters at a crime scene. Many steps are taken when dealing with blood at a crime scene, some of which are if the substance is actually blood, blood typing, discerning the origin of the blood, the direction of travel of the bloodstain, what weapon would have caused the bloodstain, etc. Serology and dealing with bloodstains can be a very difficult task for criminalists because blood also deals with DNA, what type of blood it is, identifying who the blood belongs to, what caused the bloodstain, and what direction it originated from. To understand serology, it is probably best for one to understand the nature of blood first.
In James Knoll’s article Serial Murder: A Forensic Psychiatric Perspective, which was published in the Psychiatric Times, Knoll takes a more psychological look, into murders and breaking down the concept of it. Firstly, he breaks into society’s amazement with serial murders, showing that there and multiple books, movies, and television shows that center around that theme. Even though serial murders is completely terrifying to most of the society, it is very rare compared to other crimes. From the last six decades, victims of homicides that are female have decreased. In the circumstance of serial murders, there has been documentation of the events for centuries, even going back to the sixteenth century.