(Received 2 March 1991; accepted 1 April 1991)
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Various surfaces or substrates are often encountered in the examination of questioned writing; however, no writing is more interesting than that found on the human body nor more challenging when the writing in question is linked to a death investigation. The body of an 18-year-old male was brought to the State Crime Laboratory, Little Rock, Arkansas, with a gunshot wound to the head and several messages written on his arms and chest. This paper will discuss the examination of evidence used to determine the manner of death through a cooperative effort between the Medical Examiner's Section and the Questioned Document Section of the Crime Laboratory.
Chief, Questioned Document Section, Arkansas State Crime Laboratory, Little Rock, AR
Associate medical examiner, Arkansas State Crime Laboratory, Little Rock, AR
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