Breaking NEWz you can UzE...
compiled by Jon Stimac
Rapist Finally Caught After 20 Years
HIGHGATE EXPRESS, UK
- Jul 21, 2006 ...a 2004 case review eventually matched one
of the scene prints to one in police database...
Burglar Left Set of Fingerprints Behind
IC CROYDON, UK
- Jul 21, 2006
...suspect left his prints on a box which led to his
Fingerprint Links Man to Slaying
WHITTIER DAILY NEWS, CA
- Jul 11, 2006
...a fingerprint lifted from a pack of T-shirts has
helped identify a slaying suspect...
The Myth of Fingerprints?
RECORD, NY - Jul 20, 2006 ...despite his reported physical
differences, fingerprints are said to match...Related
Recent CLPEX Posting Activity
containing new posts
Moderated by Steve Everist
2006 CLPEX.com T-shirt Slogan Contest
Kasey Wertheim Sun Jul 23, 2006 6:06 pm
'I am Shirley McKie'
Iain McKie Fri Jul 21, 2006 9:21 pm
Job Opening at the US Secret Service
Red.Sox.Fan Fri Jul 21, 2006 3:49 pm
Fingerprinting - The Internet Debate
Iain McKie Wed Jul 19, 2006 9:36 pm
Submission of David Russell to the Justice 1 Committee
thedelightfulmissfabulous Wed Jul 19, 2006 8:35 am
Need reference help
Denver PD Tue Jul 18, 2006 8:50 pm
Photoshop World Conference & Expo: September 7-9 Las Ve
Steve Everist Mon Jul 17, 2006 11:54 pm
UPDATES ON CLPEX.com
Updated the Detail Archives
we looked at the Wikipedia definition for
on this year's CLPEX.com t-shirt fingerprint slogan contest!
(Scroll down to see the images)
Scientific Conclusion, not mere opinion.
I print dead people
It's in the Details
Don't Worry... Be Happy!
Latent Print Examiners do it one point at a time.
"POINTS?.....I don't need no STINKING POINTS!"
FINGERPRINTS RULE OTHERS DROOL.
He went to jail... and all I got was this stinkin' fingerprint!
"Give it a whorl"
[Actual t-shirt images will not contain the .jpg compression artifacts...
think of it as a security feature of displaying the preliminary results...
yeah, that's it. *smile]
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