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Bloody Hole in the Floor The bloodstain that keeps reappearing at the spot where Oldest Son murdered Younger Brother frankly looks more like, well, a vagina than a Georgia O’Keeffe painting.
Then-investigator Larry Campbell told the local newspaper at the time that there were bloodstains and tire tracks in the field where Coggins' body was found.
He and a crime-scene technician started dismantling the floor tiles and found bloodstains under them.
Today, bloodstain pattern analysis is routinely used in murder investigations - analysts draw on chemistry, mathematics and physics to determine the area of origin where an injury occurred.
Isola broadened his bloodstain search and passed the laundromat again.
The experts studied bloodstain patterns, gunpowder residue tests, crime-scene photos and other evidence, and carried out tests in a full-scale mock-up of Mr. Nisman’s bathroom, according to the people familiar with the findings.
The occasional bloodstain or smushed mosquito speaks of ground-level torments.
KISSIMMEE — The Kissimmee police officers lingered by the bloodstains in the concrete.
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