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FSC239 Jan 27 2011
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Department
Forensic Science
Course
FSC239Y5
Professor
Cahn
Semester
Winter

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FSC239thJanuary 27Forensic Anthropology Case StudyNotes3 main pointsoassumptions can be misleadingounique scenes require unique solutionsoimportance of critical thinking in crime scene investigationInitial Phone CallAssumptionscase began with a phone callshe began to make assumptionsoquestion posedois it possible to distinguish cemetery remains from recent illegal burialstypical cemetery scenariosoold grave erodedusually on a hill slopeograve robbervandalassociated with a particular gravecircumstantial evidenceocemetery restructuring bones accidentally uncoveredcemetery had been working on thingsarrived at scene expecting to see fragmented old bones near a head stone or hillsaw very deep shaft and a coffin shaped objectwas not in the burial area of the cemeterywas in the maintenance area25m shaft dug by backhoe and a coffin shaped object was uncovered that was still dirt coveredbackfill dirt th
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