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    bite marks was rotated...

    Hi,

    Could anyone help me out with the word "rotate" in the following context,
    thank you very much.

    "Two bite marks were found on the buttocks of the victim Jenny Levy. The first was a complete bite mark. The second was rotated so that there were two impressions of the lower teeth. "

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    Re: bite marks was rotated...

    Turned. Bite in the same spot but turning the mouth.

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    Re: bite marks was rotated...

    Hard to tell quite what has happened to 'the buttocks of the victim, Jenny Levy'. It sounds as if the first was a single bite mark and the second was a double bite mark of some kind.

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