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The Hash Slinging Slasher
Transcript of The Hash Slinging Slasher
Created By: Anthony Mastrangelo.
It was a typical evening at the Krusty Krab. Mr. Krabs later then tells Spongebob and Squidward that the Krusty Krab will now be opened for 24 hours.
Around 2:30 am Spongebob walks into the kitchen and sees Patrick stabed with a spatula in his chest.
The Bikini Bottom Police discover the Spatula in Patrick's chest. They also discover a small fibers located on Patrick's hands. The police take back blood samples and evidence back to the lab.
Police investigate a singled celled amoeba named Plankton who says he saw the whole thing happen while he was trying to steal the Kraby Patty secret formula.
Plankton describes the man as small, fat and looks like a dinosaur
The Crime Scene.
Police Investigate the fibers found on Patrick's hand. (Fibers are considered class evidence) . The police also take a lot of blood samples. (Blood is considered as trace evidence). Later back at the lab police discover fingerprints on the handle of the spatula.( The fingerprints are latent fingerprints because they couldn't be discovered by the naked eye.)
Hair was not used in the crime scene because there was no hair found. Hair is analyzed as class evidence because hair could be from anybody and not just one person. Hair evidence is not that reliable in a case. Hair is good in a crime scene when the hair does not match with the people located at the crime scene.
Fibers was a huge factor in this case. The discovery of fibers located on Patrick's hands is a result of the Locard's principle of exchange. The Fibers had no relation to Patrick's cloths. It was a direct transfer and it seemed like Patrick tried to fight him off. Fibers are considered as trace and class evidence. In the lab the fibers were a purple color and the material was polyester.
Fingerprints was a huge discovery for the investigation. At the lab forensic scientist investigate the grip part of the spatula. It was a latent fingerprint because it was not visible to the naked eye and they had to use a special powder to reveal it. On the fin it was an Arch pattern. The arch pattern is the least common and now can use the fingerprint to narrow down the suspects.
In this case the blood samples taken back to the lab were part of two different blood samples. One sample belonged to Patrick Star and the other one is related to another person, possibly the murderer. The unknown blood sample is Type AB blood. It is the universal receiver and the least common blood type. Now the police can narrow down the suspects even more. DNA is a good way to solve a case but it takes a while to discover what the genes are and can take months.
Blood was used in this case to discover the type of blood that was at the crime scene and was used to discover who's blood was at the crime scene. Forensic scientist also studied the type of spaters against the walls of the Krusty Krab and on Patrick star. Police also came to the conclusion that Patrick tried to fight off the Hash Slinging Slasher. Blood is considered as Class and Individual evidence.
The police come to the conclusion that the Hash Slinging Slasher was Richard (No lie) the dinosaur fish. Due to the fingerprints found on the spatula they were a complete match. Richards blood samples also became AB positive which was the blood found at the crime scene. And also police discover a purple sweater with dark red stains on the sweater that looked like blood. Richard claims that he wanted a job at the Krusty Krab and Patrick attacked him because Patrick thought that he stole Spongebob's spatula. Richard was put in Jail for one hour because Patrick came back to life the next episode.