Tag Archives: forensic science

CRIME BRAINSTORM – Sunday June 9 2013

– A senior homicide detective says technology which tests suspects’ brain responses would help investigators zero in on the true culprits in crimes. Brain fingerprinting, which measures a suspect’s responses to triggers related to the crime, has been used in … Continue reading

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DEAD RIGHT, IN THE NAME OF THE LAW – Saturday June 8 2013

– For a man who has seen more dead people than Count Dracula, Professor Stephen Cordner seems to have remained a remarkably balanced fellow. His modest Southbank office provides few clues to the nature of his daily business. There are … Continue reading

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GOING BALLISTIC TO OUTGUN CRIMINALS – Saturday February 16 2013

– It was a long climb to the attic of the peaceful country church but well worth the effort. Inside they found a Vickers machine-gun, mortars, 15 loaded firearms and a cannon. “They have been put there by a bloke … Continue reading

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