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Development of forensic techniques.

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Exploring the history of DNA profiling, from its first use to track down a serial rapist to the recent capture of the BTK Killer.
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The Lindbergh kidnapping; 1992 murder in Arizona.
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Using autopsies to help solve crimes.
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The I-5 Strangler's murder spree in 1986; a high profile murder in 1912.
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Bloodstain pattern analysis in solving the 1954 murder.
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Psychological assessments give investigators insight.
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The 1986 capture of a German spy; 2009 digital hunt for the Craiglist Killer.
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Fire investigation to convict suspects.
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The Washington D.C. sniper is brought to justice.
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Unexplained deaths at a hospital caused by poison.
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Using insects to determine a person's time of death, cause of death and to prove or disprove alibis.
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Forensic anthropology helps detectives solve two sensational murder cases using nothing more than the victims' bones.
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A murder in Argentina and another that held all of California hostage.

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