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Brandon Pliska: Body of evidence

This is about how the pathologists get the evidence they need to catch criminals.
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on 6 June 2011

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Transcript of Brandon Pliska: Body of evidence

Body of Evidence
by: Brandon Pliska When the pathologists get to the crime scene they first look at evidence to find the time of death amd to look for any strange marks on the body. Then the pathologists do a five hour autopsy on the dead corpse starting with the out side of the body working there way to the inside. Pathologists always note about the precise size, shape, and color of every marking on the body. When the pathologists have enough evidence
from the body the investigators start making
theories about how he/she was murdered and
who did it. Last the investigators gather all of
there evidence and make connections
about the evidence with there suspects
to hopefully catch the killer.
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