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    The M.E. report says, "In view of lack of stippling at the site of the entry wound,

    The M.E. report says, "In view of lack
    of stippling at the site of the entry wound.


    I dont get this part "of stippling at the site"

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    Re: The M.E. report says, "In view of lack of stippling at the site of the entry woun

    Quote Originally Posted by Adriano_CSI View Post
    The M.E. report says, "In view of lack
    of stippling at the site of the entry wound.


    I dont get this part "of stippling at the site"
    Dear Adriano:
    If you go here:
    Forensic Science Communications - April 2004,
    you will find a graphic representation of stippling at the site of a gunshot wound. It's basically a 'tattooing' by tiny fragments of metal, ash, grit.

    Petra

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