Forensics By: Sarah Oswalt

Forensics is the truth of crimes. DNA and fingerprints don't lie.

On the topic of fingerprints, since no two are alike these are almost always what unveils the culprit(s) of a crime.
If a corpse is found at a crime scene, pathologists are required to examine the blood and skin of the body.
Inspecting a bodies bones can uncover clues and hints as to who the person was.

Unless you feel you're destined to be behind barbed wire the rest of your life, I suggest you not test the science behind forensics.

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