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The Real CSI (Part I) #790083

CNN Evening News for Monday, May 16, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) How CSI technicians process the scene of the murder of Thomas Clark featured; scenes shown from the Miami crime site of the gathering of evidence; details given about palm prints, DNA, the autopsy, determining time of death, fingerprint analysis. [Miami homicide unit Sgt. Moises VELASQUEZ†- describes what happened in the crime.] [Miami-Dade crime lab DNA supervisor William STUVER†- talks about the time to process DNA.] [Medical examiner Dr. Satish CHUNDRU†- talks about TV shows' easy determination of time of death.] [Miami city police Guillermo MARTIN†, victim's sister Helen CLARK†- comment on the murder.]

Brown, Aaron;
Gupta, Sanjay

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