In a small Southern California town, a woman calls police to report her husband never returned from his afternoon run. The police determine that Robert Dorotik was a marathon runner and suspected he had experienced a medical episode until they discover his body the next morning. Initial examination indicated death by blunt force trauma to the head. Additionally there was a rope around Bob’s neck and signs of strangulation. The tire tracks around the body implied the body had been dumped at the location. From the beginning, the evidence pointed to a sloppy or naïve murderer. The victim’s blood and scalp hair were under his clothes, indicating he was dressed after the murder. His shoes were tied with the bow on the outside, not as if he had tied them himself. The running shoes were clean and pristine, despite having rained on the day Robert was to have left the house to run. Investigation of the tire tracks showed mismatched tire treads. The expert determined that the vehicle was a pickup truck with three tires of one brand, and one tire of a different brand. The ME determines that Bob died not long after dinner, based on the contents of his stomach. This belies the statement made by his wife that he went running the next afternoon.
On Sunday, November 13, 1842 a double murder occurred at Smith Farm in Old Fields, Long Island. The victims, Alexander Smith and and Rebecca Smith, were a wealthy, well- respected married couple who ran Smith farm. George Weeks, the Smiths farmhand, was reporting for work the monday after the murder and heard the dog barking from the work-shed by the Smiths house. George Weeks then became suspicious since the dog was usually inside with Mr. Smith. George then looked in the house and saw that the east room window was broken and Mr. and Mrs. Smith were lying on the floor covered in blood. The authorities showed up not long after. The Bodies were discovered on the floor in the front room with head wounds from a blunt force and appear to have been burned in the fireplace. Alexander Smith had three wounds on his head all coming from a weapon that would cause blunt force trauma. The Suffolk County Coroner concluded that two wounds were to the right Auditory Meatus. One wound was along the lambdoidal suture and the hair was driven into the head, and the other was on the Parietal bone, an inch and a half in length. The blunt
From the outside anna Garcia's house looks like any other house, but after looking closer we find a crime scene.The deceased body of Anna Garcia was found face-down in the hallway of her home. Pills, a tipped over chair, news paper, and a cup were found Many questions were raised what happened,who did it, and when. But the most important is how, how did Anna die. Was she murdered, and if so why. Forensic evidence will tell us why
Marilyn Monroe was found dead on August 5, 1962. In the room of her home in Brentwood, California. On August 5, 1962, at 4:55 am, the chief of police department of Los Angeles, Jack Clemmons received a disturbing call. His interlocutor was Dr. Greenson, Marilyn Monroe 's psychiatrist, and the message was clear: the actress had died. The police were the first on the scene and found a number of inconsistencies in the testimonies of the two doctors and the housekeeper. The death scene looked neat, and clean sheets changed and the body had been moved. Clemmons did not fail to notice that at that time, Mrs. Murray was washing clothes, which caused great surprise. Mortem lividity not matched by other unnatural posture when police According to his version, he got up and saw that the lights were on Monroe room. When he reached the naked and lifeless on the bed woman was Many people say that his death was due to an overdose. But most people say that Marilyn was murdered. Until now the police and detectives say the cause of her murder was supposedly had intimate relationship with President John F. Kennedy. Marilyn Monroe had relationships with very dangerous and powerful people, who had much money. Marilyn Monroe had a diary where she wrote all the conversations and activities of her life. There were secrets of US State. It is said that the Kennedys were those who ordered the murder of Marilyn Monroe, as her relationship with John F. Kennedy could affect the status of the American government and the Kennedy family, and the information that Marilyn 's diary had. I have three theories about what might have happened: The first one: the Kennedy may have been to keep his secrets on The State of the United States or to maintain the reputation of President John F. Kennedy. The second one: They may have been those powerful and dangerous with Marilyn maintained relations with
Were each of the two men involved in the crime mentally unstable? Could this have been a factor as to why the crime was committed?
On this pig dissection we started off by taking the pig out of the bag letting some of the fluid drain off back into the bag so we will not get it everywhere. Then we placed our dissection mat down on the table laid the pig down on it and tied the pigs legs down, and back so we will have a good view of the abdomen region of the pig. We then identified the sex of our pig which in fact we had a female pig.
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Jose Aponte, 40, who lives in the house in front of where the body was found, was coming home from work when he heard there was a body found in front of his house. He said he initially thought it was
William Maples is a forensic anthropologist, someone who specializes in the human skeletal system, its variations across the world, and its changes through life and across many lifetimes; not a forensic pathologist, a medical doctor with its residency training in pathology. Maples defends the use of science to understand human nature; he defends the science of forensic anthropology for its usefulness in solving gruesome crimes and historical mysteries. He says that it can pay for itself in reduced court costs and that every state in the United States should have at least one on staff.
Family, friends, and possessions pressure individuals through the imposition of values that contribute to identity; we are told that we obtain our qualities simply by inheritance and association. The environment one chooses to surround themselves reflects similar learned behaviors and thought processes. Deviating from the norm is often contemptible, but natural, according to author Jon Krakauer. Realizing that he did not want to become a carbon copy of his parents and environment, Christopher McCandless wandered the American West for two years, as a nomad, to reject society as he knows it―his family, friends, and possessions. He burns his money, abandons his car, and cuts all ties with his family on an identity crisis that would lead to his death in the inhospitable Alaskan tundra. These actions, taken alone, allows critics to characterize him as bizarre, irrational, and even suicidal. Furthermore, this characterization dissociates him from his own humanity, as the consensus was that McCandless must have been out of his right mind. To combat this impression, Jon Krakauer wrote Into the Wild to humanize McCandless in order to justify McCandless’s choices in spite of the fact that they lead to his death.
This is as opposed to traditional autopsy, where any form of samplings would be possible. Furthermore, if these non-invasive techniques are carried out slightly longer after death due to delays, decomposition-induced artifacts would begin to form. These artifacts will once again affect the accuracy of the analysis and cause possible confusion to the coroner/analyst reading the scan pictures (Burton & Underwood, 2007). These challenges pose a significant challenge to the forensic medicine
The autopsies report is the second eye that criminal investigator use to aid him in understanding what injuries has happen in a suspicious deaths to a victim's by answering the following questions.
Friday night, around 12:00 am, Mason Stokes and Brian Kasaba were around a wooded, shallow grave area off Clemson road, when they saw the skeletal remains of a body, that was revealed by heavy rain, and eroded soil.
ON A windswept Delaware air field last week, US Air Force Staff Sgt Phillip A Myers became the first fallen American soldier to be publicly welcomed home in 18 years. President Obama had just lifted the Pentagon’s media ban, which President George HW Bush instituted in 1991, during the Gulf War, and his son continued for the wars in Iraq and
“Forensic anthropologist usually works in three broad categories,” said Texas State professor Jerry Melbye.” A Forensic Anthropologist help examine a human skeletal or decomposed remains in a legal setting to establish the identity of an unknown individual and to help determine the cause of death.A Forensic Anthropology work to find the individual that was murdered or was a homicide.They need to find the biological profile of that person.They have many ways to find a biological profile.A biological profile is a series of characteristics that an individual possessed during life but which critically can also be determined from skeletonized remains after death.To find a biological profile they’ll need to find the age, sex, gender, geographic ancestry, and trauma.They use fragments of bones from skulls and long bones to not only find the sex, age, and gender but sometimes they can find how they died.They also use those bones to find lots of information about that individual.For example, they use the skull to find their race and long bone for height.Two steps that forensic anthropologist will take to find this person’s