Krasnodar, 1 March – Yug Times. Is it difficult to restore the portrait of the deceased man by his skull or to identify the bandit by his DNA? Of course, not!
On March 1, Russian police’s departments of criminal experts and research will be celebrating their centenary jubilee. Every year, Kuban experts carry out over 40,000 examinations and do about 12,000 analyses of material evidence; 90% of them reportedly help in the discovery or determination of facts.
The most difficult part of a criminal expert is to withdraw the offender’s tracks – this is where the experts have to show their skills and qualification. Sometimes they must even urge themselves to think as a criminal – how he got into the room, where he could go. And then, in the lab, the work with the collected pieces of evidence begins...
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