(Received 1 March 1984; accepted 19 March 1984)
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A case in which a rope found at the scene of a homicide is conclusively matched to its source is reported. It demonstrates that the preliminary stereomicroscopic examination of the cut edges of cords and ropes is important.
Criminalist, Office of the Attorney General, Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation, Richfield, OH
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