Throughout this case, many pieces of evidence came up “missing” and many other people who should have been suspects went without being questioned at all. For example, a problem arose at a local Bojangles, the same night of the murders. The manager working at the time called the police, reporting that a black man had stumbled into the restaurant. He was bleeding and mumbling the manger said, and instead of a report being filed, the working officer found it would be much more convenient for her if she just
Microchip implant is an exceptionally well thought authentication method that has the possibility of making a huge impact in securing information. The concept of microchip implant was introduced in 1945 by Leon Theremin, who was the originator of one of the first covert devices which is also known as “bugs”. This device is followed by Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology which is a small electronic device that contains a chip. This chips allows the ability to store data typically ranging up to 2,000 bytes or less. RFID is comparable to magnetic strips or bar codes because they all act as a unique identifier for a specific purpose. In order to obtain information from an RFID, you must scan the device just as how a magnetic strip or bar code would require scanning. RFID can also be described as the wireless non-contact use of radio-frequency electromagnetic fields that helps in transferring data with the goal of being able to automatically recognize and monitor tags that are being attached to objects. RFID technology is currently being used by many different industries varying from identifications badges that enclose RFID tags that assist with eliminating the chances of shoplifting, to vehicles using the technology to help monitor the production process and track the vehicles across the assembly line. Other scenarios that may use the microchip implant includes animals having RFID tags placed in them for identification purposes as
Mary Maloney is a pregnant wife of a police officer. Her husband came home one day and told her something sad. She ended up killing him. But for whatever reason got away with it. She came up with a smart alibi that proved she was innocent. And the police officers believed it. Mary was smart “she carried the meat into the kitchen, placed it in a pan, turned the oven on high, and shoved it inside. Then she washed her hands and ran upstairs to the bedroom. She sat down before the mirror, tidied her hair, touched up her lips and face. She tried a smile. It came out rather peculiar, she tried again. She rehearsed it several times more.”(Roald 14) Mary thought fast after she killed him because “as the wife of a detective, she knew quite well what the penalty would be.” (Roald 13) If it wasn’t for Mary’s alibi, none of this would have been believable.
There was suppressed evidence in the case that showed that Dr. MacDonald did not murder his family. The prosecutor Brian Murtagh told jurors that nothing at the crime scene supported MacDonald’s story of the four trespassers. When the defense asked to see the lab results, the prosecutor laid saying the documents had nothing to support MacDonald’s claims.
Now a day’s evidence can change a person’s life in the blink of an eye. “People were often punished for crimes based on the word of one or two individuals, with little concern given to sorting out the truth of the affair” (Hunter 12). But today a person must be tried and some physical evidence is needed in order for a person to be convicted of a crime.
At nine AM a monday morning, John Lee was discovered dead in the CCA Lab Prep room by Professor Allan. What makes John Lees death even more surprising is that no fingerprints were found, but luckily fiber and biological evidence was found at the crime scene. Other than the fiber and the biological evidence that were found at the crime scene, the license and registration information of the vehicles that were at the CCA campus the night of the murder where determined. At the moment there were five suspects, that could have been the murders of John. These suspects include Brandy Smith, Sergio Jones, Bill Apple, Ann Smith, and Amanda Martinez. Brandy Smith alibis would be the Harkin employee that remembers seeing Brandy crying at the end of the
People who watch these shows are used to seeing scientists emerging from their lab with concise who, how’s and whys from their collection of evidence. In reality it isn’t this simple. Prosecutors in this case could only make an educated guess or surmise from
On April 13 at approximately 10:00pm Rupert and Rupina Clodhopper returned home to find their back patio door had been broken into. The police questioned them about the $10,000 in jewelry the kept in a wall safe. They said only six of their employees, Mike, Bob, Chris, Mary, Susan, and Jessica, knew about it. The police evidence technician team found broken glass and a glove with blood on it. The glass was from the glass window pane of the patio door. Each employee was then asked about their whereabouts during the time of the robbery and to give blood samples. The purpose of this lab is to find out who broke into the Clodhoppers home by testing the blood samples from the employees and the glove. Analysis:
When the couple left the restaurant, the investigators took the drinking cups from where they were eating to obtain DNA traces. The Analysists and investigators could match the DNA results to the DNA that was collected from the victims, but they could not rule out which O’Leary was responsible because the DNA only showed that it could have been O’Leary or his brother who committed the rapes, or that both siblings could had been responsible.
Monday not long after arriving at the office SAC Mark Pro received a phone call concerning assistance from the GBI for a death in Adel. CSS Kellyn Wilkes was the CSS on call. The other intern “Olivia” and I rode with CSS Wilkes to the scene. Upon arrival, we were still waiting on a search warrant before entering the house. However, since pictures are always taken before entering a house in death investigations we took pictures from different distances as well as vehicles on the property before entering the residence. Additionally, DNA swabs were taken before entering the home as well. I watched and observed as evidence was obtained and as the residence was searched. Afterward, evidenced was logged into an online database and left with the Adel Sherriff department.
Beginning September 2015, my seventeen-year-old daughter arrived at my job to get lunch money. I could tell she had been crying so I went outside to talk to her. As I leaned against my car, that I allowed her to drive, I noticed a huge dent in the passenger’s side door. Reluctant to tell me, I already knew, her and the boyfriend had been fighting. I drove to the police station to make my first official report thirty that evening. Pictures were taken and the initial incident summary states “victims vehicle was kicked by an unknown suspect. The vehicle’s front door was caved in and had an obvious shoe print. Victim believes suspect 1 is the cause of the damage, but can not prove at this time.” Therefore, no charges were filed. We all have watched CSI at one time in or another, shouldn’t they be able to detain the suspect, match his shoe print to the
Any other research that the detectives did wound up with them coming out empty handed. His cell phone had been encrypted and he had destroyed his computer hard drive. Christina's cell phone contained no alarming messages or information.
new advancements such as microchip implant for humans and animals can be very controversial. At first, the implants may seem to have benefits but in the long run they will actually cause more trouble than they are worth. These potential "troublemakers" are about the size of an elongated grain of rice and are injected in the skin under the arm or hand (Feder, Zeller 15). The chip is not powered by battery and there is nothing that can possibly leak out into the body (Posada-Swafford 8). An early form of this technology was used to monitor salmon and has been used for other wildlife research (Verhovek 5). The idea of the chips was started from the September 11 tragedy
The Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) is a synchronous bi-directional (full duplex) serial data protocol used by microcontrollers to enable communication between one or more peripheral devices that are all of short distances to one another. Furthermore, it can also be used for communication between two microcontrollers; with particular interest between Arduino boards and Multiwii flight controllers.