Blood Spatter Investigation

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This project originated from Europe in the 16th-century. Medics in the army and universities gathered information on the cause of death. Ambroise Parè, a French army surgeon, studied the effects of death on internal organs. The project has been used in the past and present by crime scene investigators or detectives. It is still used to trace DNA of any suspects in crime scenes. Because this method is so accurate, most detectives use this method of tracking DNA. I 'm going to tell you how the process of this method is going to be done. First, the detectives start by finding finger prints or blood samples. Once they collect samples they hand it over to a forensic scientist to analyze them. They start by measuring and observing blood spatters.…show more content…
Forensic scientists are used in many fields of study, such as criminology, pathology and biology. For example, if a person was to all out of a sudden die randomly, the forensic scientist that has a specialty in criminology, pathology and biology would be called to deal with this situation. The scientists have to examine the body to determine if the cause of the death was natural or not. After that they would either examine the body for fingerprints or wounds, or check if the person had any health problems in the past. The forensic scientists would apply the principle of blood spatter analysis. Blood spatter analysis is the interpretation of bloodstains at a crime scene in order to recreate the actions that caused the bloodshed. By using the analysis they observe the spatter of the blood, the investigators and forensic scientists can determine how the victim was wounded, what weapons were used and where the object hit the body. Evidence is really important because it can be either stopping the criminal or letting him

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