Gunshot Wounds At The Morgue

Gunshot Wounds
figure 12.34 A closer view of the wounds after the body has been cleaned. The upper wounds were caused by an assailant and the lower two were caused by a physician in the ER.
Gun Shot Wounds The Face
figure 12.33 Physicians may alter the appearance of wounds or add new ones to the body during resuscitation attempts. This man was stabbed to death. Two of the wounds are thoracotomy incisions to drain blood from the chest. See next photo.
Gunshot Wound Crime Scene
figure 12.35 This 14-year-old girl was killed while she was taking a nap in her bed. This is the entire crime scene. A knife was left in her face above the eye (arrow). See next photo.
Gun Shot Wounds The Face
figure 12.36 There were multiple incised and stab wounds of the neck, trunk, and extremities. See next photo.
Gunshot Wounds
figure 12.38 The stab wounds to the heart revealed a blunt angle (arrow). Some organs such as the heart and the liver may give better views of the angles than the outside of the body. See next photo.
Gunshot Wounds
figure 12.37 There was a large defect in the chest with more than one stab wound. See next photo.
Stab Wound The Lung
figure 12.39 There were multiple stab wounds in the left lung. See next photo.
Gun Shot Wound
figure 12.40 The arrows point to some of the ten stab wounds to the inside left chest wall. The victim was stabbed at least ten times through the single large wound of the chest.
Gunshot Wounds
figure 12.41 This man received at least seven incised wounds to the neck prior to being struck in the head with a brick. His body was then burned in his trailer. See next photo.
Pics Gunshot Wounds The Head
figure 12.42 Closer view of the incised wounds made prior to the thermal injury.
Gunshot Injuries Pictures

figure 12.43 This man was discovered dead on the bed in his apartment. See next photo.

Gunshot Brickwork

figure 12.44 Numerous stab wounds of the chest were seen at the scene. See next photo.

figure 12.43 This man was discovered dead on the bed in his apartment. See next photo.

figure 12.44 Numerous stab wounds of the chest were seen at the scene. See next photo.

Gunshot Wound Head
figure 12.45 There was blood on beer bottles. See next photo.
figure 12.47 In the bathroom, there was blood on the stool. See next photo.
Toilet Morgue
figure 12.49 Abundant blood was on the walls and sink. See next photo.
Beer Bottle Stabbing Wounds
figure 12.46 Little was in the refrigerator except for an empty six-pack container and blood. See next photo.
Beer Bottle Stabbing Wounds
figure 12.48 Blood was on the tub. See next photo.
Gunshot Wounds The Morgue
figure 12.50 A closer view of the sink. Notice the knife. See next photo.
Beer Bottle Stabbing Wounds
figure 12.51 A towel with blood hung on the door. See next photo.
What Incised Wound
figure 12.53 Examination of the neck at the morgue revealed superficial incised wounds of the neck. See next photo.
Gunshot Wounds SuicideGunshot Wounds
figure 12.52 A bloody footprint was present on the closet floor. It was measured. See next photo.
Gun Shot Wound
figure 12.54 Deep and superficial wounds of the wrist. See next photo.

figure 12.55 Only two of the stab wounds to the chest penetrated vital organs. This was a suicide. The man drank some beer, took a shower, went to the bathroom, and finally died in his bed. The bloody footprint discovered in the closet was his.

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