Spatter from blood-soaked sponges could aid gun forensics
By Emily Benson Calling the shotsMarco Prandina/GettyWhodunnit? Forensic investigators could soon be able to deduce in much greater detail how specific blood spatter stains were caused at a crime scene. Detectives can back-calculate some of the details of a shooting by measuring the stains made by splattered droplets of blood. The size of the droplets...
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