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Running head: CASE OF THE HEAVILY INSURED BUSINESSMAN1Case of the Heavily-Insured BusinessmanInstitution AffiliationDate
A CASE OF THE HEAVILY-INSURED BUSINESSMAN 2IntroductionThis case of the heavily insured businessman, Mr. X is quite interesting and complex since there is partial evidence to support the idea that he was involved in the accident. However, some evidence in the scene suggests otherwise since it is contrary to the establishment that Mr. Xwas driving the vehicle. Therefore, the insurance company should conduct further investigations before paying the life policy cover. The Possible Problems with The Taphonomy (Arrangement) Of the EvidenceThere is a problem with the arrangement of the bones considered the evidence present at the scene. The main issue is that it is likely to be assumed that most of the bones for the victim were actually completely burned. This is because at the crime scene it is evident that the bones were more scattered than conjoined as a skeleton. This may imply that the bones were also extremely burnt since only a small gray curved bone was recovered at the scene. In addition, this bone proves to be part of the top cranium which was located at the heap of the burned debris inside the automobile. Therefore, this location of the cranium indicates that the driver must have been driving however, there is a higher chance that the driver had no seat belt. This explains the

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