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Willing of VIP security leaded behind bars: a case history

Author Affiliations

  • 1Forensic Science Laboratory Haryana, Madhuban, Karnal, India

Res. J. Forensic Sci., Volume 6, Issue (2), Pages 1-2, March,29 (2018)


Man has discovered all those things which are needed by him. In ancient days the needs of the man were limited which now has been increased a lot. The modern man needs all such things which are needed by him as per his status and society. So therefore to achieve the same he can do anything. It has been observed that to achieve such things some persons do all those things which are not acceptable by the principle of law. For this some people try to prove them as right and correct they take help by creating some evidences in support of their story. But we hear it from the beginning that either the culprit is most cunning but he leaves some clue behind committing the crime and such clue becomes the proof to put him behind the bars. In cases of firing the firearm projectile like fired bullets, pellets, wads, card board wads, top split wads etc. or fired cartridge cases of the ammunition or the firearm of the offence or the direction of firing, angle of firing distance of firing plays a very important role in solving the crime. If we examine the scene of crime by keeping in view all these aspects then we will be more able to find out the motive of committing the crime also.


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