Double Homicide Autopsy; an Egg and an Orange
- 0:14 - There appears to have been a struggle between the two victims. Based on the crime scene alone, here lies our killer.
- 0:31 - Cadaver A: approx 1.0" wide, 2.0" long.
- 0:44 - Cadaver B: approx 3.0" in diameter.
- 2:36 - Cadaver A: Yet again, the cause of death appears to be thoracic impalement via a metal nail, approx 1.5" long. Fractures across the surface of the cadaver suggest they struggled, or put up a fight, against their attacker.
- 3:13 - Cadaver A: Rigor mortis has yet to set in; time of death approx 1 hour ago.
- 3:58 - Cadaver B: Multiple slashes of varying depths are present on adjacent sides of the victim. One of the larger lacerations appears to have ruptured a number of critical citric cellular membranes, causing the victim to bleed out.
- 4:54 - SELECT ALL SUSPECTS WHERE CAUSE_OF_DEATH = "THORACIC IMPALEMENT" AND MURDER_WEAPON = "NAIL"
- 5:05 - Bingo: it's a match! The fingerprint matches the print that was extracted off a razor blade, which was found embedded in a previous victim. Cadaver B, the orange, was the murderer.
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