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Thursday, February 1, 2007

University of Buffalo CrimProf Charles Ewing Discussed the Reliability of Bullet Fragments

Ewing_charlesFrom newsday.com: University of Buffalo School of Law CrimProf Charles Patrick Ewing recently discussed the Syosset couple who found by their young children shot to death in the family's two-story home were apparently targeted, but police said yesterday that a motive for the killings remained a mystery.

Meanwhile, bullet fragments - which are useful in a continuing homicide investigation - were recovered from the bodies of Jaspal and Geeta Singh in the autopsies, Nassau's Homicide Squad commander said.

"It's unlikely police will make a ballistic match to the murder weapon using only fragments," said CrimProf Charles Patrick Ewing. "You'll need a lot more than fragments," he said, adding "like an entire bullet." Rest of Article. . . [Mark Godsey]

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