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This insight will allow more of an idea about the offender. For example, since the body had been positioned and redressed does that show remorse? Victimology- Victimology is also pertinent to identifying suspects and determining their motives. Victimology involves the collection and evaluation of important information regarding the victim, his or her habits, behaviors and lifestyle. Which could also lead to more information about the suspect committing these crimes. Medical Report: The autopsy report shed’s light on what actually happened to the victim, how they were killed, and other things that may have occurred during the last moments of their life. Within this project there is an identical pattern that tells us a lot about the killer. By knowing what was done, it gives a better look inside the killer’s head. Two Possible Scenarios Victimology is the investigation of exploitation, including the connections amongst casualties and guilty parties, the communications amongst casualties and the criminal equity framework that is, the police and courts, and adjustments authorities and the associations amongst casualties and other social gatherings and organizations, for example, the media, organizations, and social movements (Sutherland & Canwell, 2010). In these unsolved three murders, which occurred January 1989,1990, and 1991 I will utilize the CID (Crime Investigation Department) Crime Scene Analysis which includes profiling
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inputs, choice process models, wrongdoing appraisal, criminal profile, examinations lastly trepidation of the suspect. In developing the crime profile using CID, it helps in separating the collections of the casualties which gives more insights about the suspect. In the three crime cases, every one of the casualties are elderly female dowagers who don't have a dynamic social life which clarifies the purpose behind the three days and four days of daily papers gathered in the first and third casualties ("Forensic Evidence and Crime Scene Investigation", 2013). Along these lines, I would reason that it is a sort of custom or ritual that was occurring where sacrifices were to be made at the start of every year, and the elderly casualties were the relinquish - considering the position of their bodies when they were found. The absence of male DNA or remote material of male cause found on the casualty may infer that the suspect was female. Also, suspect of these crimes can be a male who according to the tradition of offering
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