(Received 8 April 1985; accepted 9 August 1985)
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Critical studies of an intricate blunt force injury pattern in a brutal homicide led to the identification of the murder weapon. A 50-year-old male was bludgeoned to death in his apartment during a robbery allegedly engineered by his daughter. Careful measurements and overlay construction of the wounds relative to the magazine catch, lanyard ring, magazine chamber, and butt of a 32-caliber Eistegui Hermanos fibar (España) automatic pistol led to the conclusion that either the alleged weapon or one identical to it caused the fatal injuries.
Chief medical examiner, Rockland County, Rockland County Health Center, Pomona, NY
Senior medical investigator, Rockland County Medical Examiner's Office, Pomona, NY
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