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ruthannah:

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The fingerprinting of a decomposed corpse sometimes requires the medical examiner to remove the deceased’s fingertips and slip them over their own gloved fingertips, which then allows them to take the prints.

This is false.

No. It really isn’t false. A quick google search would show you that…


 






And considering the original image I posted is from a forensic pathology textbook I’m going to say again, nope, not false.

dichotomized:

ruthannah:

dichotomized:

The fingerprinting of a decomposed corpse sometimes requires the medical examiner to remove the deceased’s fingertips and slip them over their own gloved fingertips, which then allows them to take the prints.

This is false.

No. It really isn’t false. A quick google search would show you that…

image

malformalady:    A fingerprint being produced by the pathologist via a de-gloved finger. The epidermis commonly retains enough ridge detail to allow fingerprints to be obtained, which assists in the identification of the decedent.  via gatagato

And considering the original image I posted is from a forensic pathology textbook I’m going to say again, nope, not false.

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dulect:

wow they really did adapt frozen well