CSI has turned us all into expert crime scene investigators, but the real life crime scenes are much different and how they actually solve murders is not like how it is on TV. Check out our insane new video where we go inside a murder scene with a medical examiner and see how they spot clues and conduct an autopsy to solve crazy mysterious murders! You don't want this! 🔔 SUBSCRIBE TO THE INFOGRAPHICS SHOW ► 🤍🤍youtube.com/c/theinfographicsshowOFFICIAL?sub_confirmation=1 🔖 MY SOCIAL PAGES TikTok ► 🤍🤍tiktok.com/🤍theinfographicsshow Discord ► 🤍discord.gg/theinfographicsshow Facebook ► 🤍🤍facebook.com/TheInfographicsShow Twitter ► 🤍twitter.com/TheInfoShow 💭 SUGGEST A TOPIC 🤍🤍theinfographicsshow.com 📝 SOURCES:🤍pastebin.com/zJZp46SC All videos are based on publicly available information unless otherwise noted.
Excellent video! I learned so much from this! Thank you!
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This is very helpful 👍
Im here after watching partners for justice lol
Question. How do the medical examiner and the crime scene investigators work together? Is it the same thing?
This is a very American approach. Bit different in UK, Australia and NZL.
They’ll say, “Aw Topsy”
at my autopsy.
Medical examiners are not the people who are taking evidence. They look at bodies but not collect evidence. I’m a forensic examination major in college
im in highschool and i found a class that teaches like csi stuff so i registered for the class and my first day is next week
In a suspicious death of a person, real police officers try (and are trained) NOT to contaminate the scene and report practically every step they've taken. Then the Forensic team (in fully clothed sterile and uncontaminated gear - including, protective glasses, headgear, shoe wraps, etc.) arrive. Tents are common as are very detailed photographs (with a measurement bar) alongside it. Shoeprints have to be examined. Etc. I can take days to process the scene. The collection is done meticulously. In a specialized lab every trace is handled by different specialized persons in different uncontaminated rooms of the lab. The medical examiner mostly is on the scene and doing the post mortem in a different setting - taking samples if found to process them in the lab. Mostly they are also wearing fully protective clothing and switch while necessary, etc. Detectives don't walk around as seen in series, certainly not in the post-mortem or lab environment. Detectives can be on the scene, directed, but waring fully protective clothing. (in most cases). It can take weeks (even today) to separate essential secondary DNA or any usable traces to get trustworthy results. Even now it may frustrate you, but detectives have a small amount of scientific clues when they start the investigation. Etc. I've left out a lot the work and techniques, but don't get fooled by 'cheap' CSI-series (good for idiots without any interest in science or reality) And maybe, all the above and more can lead to a conviction. But not in 30 minutes with bad actors in gruesome made fake series. Thanks Zuckerberg and Bruckheimer, but no thanks.
So what do detectives do?
Csi stands for:
Thanks to CSi Vegas, I'm used to crimes being solved in about 1 hour
Is it possible if I studied forensic science to a foreign country and decided to work as a forensic sciencetist to US
Who are you
Make a video about what happens in the aftermath of shooting someone, like killing a burglar or your daughter's boyfriend. Should cost more than a dog bite case.
Crime Scene Investigators are the ones who respond to crime scenes and document them, determine what is evidence, and what should be collected. If there's a body, the Medical Examiner may come to the scene to do a detailed investigation of the body, but the CSI has jurisdiction over the scene itself, not the ME. Source: I'm a CSI.
so a medical examiner does everything not the CSI?
Crinmal minds season 12 episode 3.