By Luc Deflo
Commissaris De Decker en zijn workforce slagen erin om een bende pedofielen op te sporen. Tijdens een spectaculaire inval wordt het netwerk ontmanteld. Jozef Michiels, babysitter, en man Helmont, leverancier van de 'waar', komen om het leven. Hubert Devroe, de spierbundel van de bende, ontsnapt. Maar als hij de zevenjarige Sylvie Vervoort, de enige nog levende getuige, wil vermoorden, wordt hij gearresteerd.
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Extra info for Ademloos (Cel 5, Book 2)
Sketches also are extremely important, because they show the relationship of each item of evidence to other items or to the body (see Figure 3‐1). Each piece of evidentiary material is mapped, or located by its distance from two fixed points, such as a wall, a lamppost, or a sidewalk. Doing so provides exact graphic coordinates of each item. Sketches made at the scene may be rough, but they need to be accurate. They can be redrawn later for clarity and aesthetics. Several computer programs are available that help generate clear drawings.
Only personnel who are absolutely necessary for processing the scene are allowed in. This restriction often is more difficult to accomplish than you may think. A victim’s family members or neighbors may be emotionally unstable and thus difficult to remove from the area. And, of course, members of the press often have clever ways of gaining access to a crime scene, to say nothing of a captain or other high‐ranking official trying to push her way past a lowly patrol officer who’s following orders to keep everyone without a reason for being there away from the scene.
Regardless, it makes sense that saturating the public with all this forensic science would naturally change its view on criminal investigation and prosecution. Those who support the existence of this effect point to three major areas: the public, and thus jurors; judges, prosecutors, and defense attorneys; and criminals. Whenever a high‐profile case pops up on the news, the public seems to immediately jump to whether there is DNA evidence or not. If there is, the suspect must be guilty, and if not, he must be innocent.
Ademloos (Cel 5, Book 2) by Luc Deflo