blood work; chapter 14blood work; chapter 14blood work; chapter 14

by:Keyuan     2020-06-16
(Feb 20, 2006)
The police intercepted Mohan ramkithorn at Pearson airport and stopped him from traveling to Guyana.
They told him that he had found his wife\'s body and asked him for nine hours.
He continues to blame her boyfriend, hajette Singh.
The police did not have enough evidence to accuse Mohan or detain him.
However, they did obtain a search warrant for his house in Mississauga. Nine months.
It has been running in the head of Dave Emberling.
They were assigned to deal with the crime scene at 2382 Dr. Benedet.
At least nine months old.
As a forensic investigator, Emberlin is usually present at the crime scene before the blood is dry.
Paul Lahaie of Hamilton Police provided Emberlin and partner Frank Kavcic with a basic overview of the case.
They know that two months ago a woman named Yvette boudram was found near a ditch in the countryside of Hamilton, but she has been dead for several months, the skull was dull. she was wearing her pajamas when she was found.
She lives in that house. Nine months.
Emberlin is not optimistic that they will find what they want: blood.
If someone is murdered here, there\'s a lot of time left for the murderer. -
If he\'s smart-
To clean the place, Emberlin thought, paint the floor with sand and paint the walls.
The victim was wearing pajamas all the time.
So start with the bedroom.
They took a picture of the room before touching it.
Then peel the sheets off the bed and check the mattress.
See nothing.
Turn over the mattress.
You always turn the mattress over.
It\'s right there. A hole.
Someone dug a hole from the bottom of the mattress.
The hole is at the top of the mattress, close to where the pillow is.
Where is the victim\'s head?
The hole measured 45 cm with 60 cm.
However, there was no blood on the mattress.
You have to think about it in evidence.
The victim was beaten in bed.
The killer gave her a hammer or something.
Blood penetrates into the mattress.
The killer dug a hole.
Why else should I make a hole in the mattress?
They continued to search.
As Emberlin expected, the house was clean and spotless.
Forensic entomologist Dael Morris recommends investigators look for flies pupal inside and around the substrate, a sign of settling in the body after the death of the Flies.
But the bedroom skirting was freshly painted.
They searched with their hands and knees, flashing a flashlight on every crack on the hardwood floor.
I don\'t see anything unusual.
They looked for another two hours. No blood.
Frustrating.
They don\'t look anymore.
It\'s dark outside now.
Emberlin sat on the floor of the bedroom, put his elbow on a bent knee and stared at nothing, holding a flashlight in frustration.
His hand rested on his knee and began to be absent.
He carefully turned off and turned on the flashlight. Click-click. Click-click. Click-click.
Their job is to find evidence.
Someone was killed. There\'s a body. Nine months?
However, someone still has to look for the goods.
There is no evidence, the case is not in court. Click-click. Click-click. There --right there. On the TV.
The flashlight beam illuminates the stain on the bottom of the black TV set sitting in the stands.
Dark plastic
He approached. \"Jackpot! Hey, Frank. Look at this. \"Blood.
No, Emberlin and he had no bloodshot and could not test the stain to prove the fact, but he had seen enough blood to know.
It is invisible in regular light.
The harsh beam from the police flashlight worked.
In forensics, they call it oblique lighting.
We are used to illuminating objects from above.
But turn on the lights at different angles and use the flashlight and you may see amazing things.
If you lose your car keys, this is a great way to find them.
Now they\'re making progress.
The next morning, on Saturday, June 16, Paul Lahaie received a call before 8 and heard the news.
He dressed up, went to the central station, checked a car, and drove to the 11 divisions of Mississauga Sharjah.
He looked at the photos taken on the bedroom mattress, TV.
He met with several other detectives with Bernie Webb, a blood expert at Peel.
At the crime scene, Weber was consulted more than 100 times as a blood analyst.
He heard the case. At 1 p. m.
Webb arrived at the house.
He checked the stains detected on the TV and then outlined them with white marks.
Webb took a piece of iron from his gear.
The doctor will place a bloodshot in the urine to determine if there is blood present.
In the presence of hemoglobin, it becomes green.
He wet hemastick with distilled water and put it on the stain.
The stick turned green. Blood.
Webb measured the stain.
20 centimeters high and 20 centimeters wide.
It was a transfer stain, he observed. Swipe pattern.
Look fierceLike hair.
After five hours at home, Webb left.
He has confidence in the blood on TV, but there is a process to follow.
So he outlined on TV a piece of plastic containing stains and then cut it off for submission to the Forensic Science Center in Toronto.
The CFS technician will confirm whether Weber found blood and analyze the sample to see if a DNA map can be developed from the sample.
The mattress is next.
On the morning of Monday, June 18, Weber met with Lahai in the 11 th division.
So far, he has introduced his findings to detectives on television.
\"A bloody person or object is exposed to the side of the TV,\" Webb said . \".
\"It moves upwards across the surface of the TV.
\"The movement is on the left-to-
The correct direction of the TV speaker part.
There\'s a combination--
The first is the transfer, then the swipe card along the front of the TV.
After the briefing, Webb went home.
He checked the mattress in the bedroom and the hole cut inside.
In regular light, no sign of blood is visible to the naked eye.
The Luminol test will show stealth.
When luminol is sprayed on the surface where hemoglobin is present, a reaction occurs, with a chemical glow in blue formgreen glow.
The light has no power and the room has to be in full darkness to see the reaction.
Webb sprayed the mattress and turned out the lights.
He can see the blue.
Emit green light around the edge of the hole. Blood.
If someone tries to hide blood on the mattress, they don\'t dig a hole big enough.
He outlined a rectangular area in the upper left corner of the bed, with a black mark near the hole, cutting the material out.
The piece he cut was 114 by 73.
Send to CFS.
As defense counsel pointed out in court, luminol blood tests sometimes have false positives.
Luminol can react with substances other than hemoglobin in the blood-
The surface of the bathroom copper tube can sometimes react, and the phosphate can also react, such as a reaction in rotten bananas, bleach and other cleaning products.
When you spray luminol on bleach, you get what forensic experts say about the July 4 response, which suddenly brightens in a short period of time.
But an experienced blood stain expert can tell if the reaction is a false positive.
With the discovery of blood on the mattress and on the TV, if it can be determined that the blood is Ivette boudram, they may have a major crime scene.
However, in order to do this, they need a DNA map in the blood, but it is also important that the DNA map in the remains of the Ivette body.
Webb stayed at home for seven hours.
Sprayed water on the bedside table in the bedroom.
Elsewhere in the house, he couldn\'t control the amount of light as he did in the bedroom, so he used a different chemical, a cancer-causing product called dull green
It reacts with diluted blood and turns green.
But he found no other blood.
Webb was curious about it.
He flashed scenes in his head.
Is there some suppression of the victim to prevent blood splashes?
If not, he hopes to find blood.
He was not depressed.
Why is blood limited to the mattress?
If, as it is now, a blunt object is used to kill Yvette budram, isn\'t the blood splash already projected? Not necessarily.
Weber believes that normally, you don\'t get any projection from the impact when you hit it for the first time.
If it takes only one shot to kill Yvette or make her unconscious, there will be no splash.
Did the killer hit Yvette once while she was sleeping?
She lost consciousness.
To finish the work, he wrapped a rope around her neck.
Or wrap a blanket or tarp in the head and hit again and the blood is controlled, but there are some swimming pools on the mattress.
Wrap her in a tarp or sheet and take her out of the room.
Remove any blood.
Later, Paul Lahaie shook his head near the mattress hole.
\"Mohan is a neat monster.
But it\'s too cheap for him to buy a new mattress.
\"* On the same morning, on Monday, Lahaie was briefed by Terry Hill, the partner who spoke with Lori --
Financial advisor to Anne Davis Mohan rakiksson.
She said that Mohan told her that a report of missing persons had been submitted for Yvette,-
A spiritual advisor. -
I told him that in the spring, the body of Yvette will be found in a wooded place.
Davis spoke about how Mohan asked her to liquidate his financial holdings and transfer the money to his brother in New York.
It was in June 14. -
On the same day he went to Guyana.
On Tuesday, June 19, Lahaie and Dave Emberlin and others entered the house together to find more blood evidence for evidence trying to clean up.
They are not interested. At 2:30 p. m.
Mohan rakizon returned home.
He was told he could come back that afternoon.
When he arrived, Lahaie was inside and Last helped to search the house.
Mohan came to the house with his family friend, Avian Kalliecharan.
Mohan has been lamenting aweian, a woman who is not afraid to speak out about her situation.
The police are still there.
Mohan complained that he could still not return to his house.
\"Shut up,\" Avian retorted.
\"The police have work to do.
When Lahai left the house, Mohan walked outside and shook hands with the detective.
Before the police finally left, officer Ident executed another search warrant for Lahaie ---
Mohan Ramkissoon\'s red 1995 fearless.
The car was detained and parked in a garage for search.
The next day, on Wednesday, the doctor took pictures of the car, while Bernie Webb resumed his blood-seeking operation.
He could not see the blood under normal lighting.
However, the rubber molding around the trunk does look darker.
Webb sprayed Lumino when the weather peeled off.
The carpet inside the suitcase was removed and sprayed. Blood.
Weber noticed blood in the lower left and upper right corner of the rubber molding.
He put identification pins on the scene and took pictures.
The rubber patch was cut off to send to CFS.
There were six stains on the carpet in the suitcase.
A piece of 35 centimeters by 30 centimeters was cut from the inside for the center.
They later returned the car to Mohan ramkithorn.
* Just after noon on Thursday, Lahaie spoke with officer Mike Thomas, who had an update on Harjeet (Happy)
The history of Singh
Not his real name.
His legal name is Harpreet Makkar.
But he used a lot of other things.
Lahai opened his notebook and wrote it.
Harjeet SinghHarpreet SinghHarjinder SinghHarpreet Singh MakkarAKA: Arrested on December 4-
On October 9, the Mississippi food voucher fraud incident. S.
Was expulsion exit of immigration
Later, rahai and Thomas sat down and watched a four-game
Thomas got the video from the Wyoming Highway Patrol.
It was the traffic station in hajette in March 2001.
The car he drove was a silver Dodge with a New York State license.
At the same time, Lahaie received a letter from detective Pierre Jamie Davis.
Mohan agreed to a lie. detector test.
But now, Davis says Mohan has changed his mind and canceled it at the advice of a lawyer.
The next day, on Friday, Lahaie received a phone call from forensic biologist Monica Sloan of the Center for Forensic Science.
Sloan is an expert in DNA analysis.
In the course of a homicide investigation, DNA test results are never made in an instant, and the results are not always instructive.
She confirmed that blood was indeed found on the TV in the master bedroom.
The bad news is that blood on TV is a bad sample for DNA samples, and the number of DNA does not exist at all.
So far, they have only got some results.
Lahaie thought more about the TV.
The longer you spend on major crimes, the more knowledge you learn.
He recalled his first big file, the rape of Stoney Creek.
They have been trying to get DNA from perp but have not found it in enough volume.
One witness said the rapists wore some sort of black ski mask, but the police never found it.
Among other evidence, they found a black and white sweater at Ferris Park.
One day during the investigation, Lahai took off his shirt after jogging in the central station locker room and hit him.
Maybe the rapists don\'t wear ski masks at all.
Maybe he wrapped a shirt or sweater around his head.
It\'s like a ski mask for a distraught victim.
They checked the DNA of the sweater.
There is enough of it on this sweater and it matches James profile (Ted)
Suspect Ryan.
No, that case has nothing to do with the blood on TV.
But it\'s all about screwing everything you can out of the evidence and never stop reliving it and peeling it back.
Lahaie talked to Peel Ident.
He remembers the transfer stain that Bernie Webb told him on TV.
It crossed the speaker part of the TV.
Maybe some blood has penetrated into the speaker hole there.
Maybe there\'s more to look for and test.
He suggested that they tear off a whole section of the TV and send it to the center.
* On Monday, July 16, Lahaie received another call from Monica Sloan.
She has worked in CFS for 10 years and is in increasing demand for her services.
Dna has become the golden standard for murder investigations, and that\'s for sure, but in early 1990 the police only started the tools that were often used, and fingerprints used to be a huge shock in criminal trials.
DNA is the \"blueprint of life\" and contains the code to distinguish one person from another.
Most of everyone\'s DNA is the same. -99.
9% of the DNA is the same.
Is another 0
The proportion of forensic investigators interested was 1.
In the past, Sloan has been summoned dozens of times to testify on forensic biology and DNA analysis, including one at Bermuda\'s Supreme Court. (
She concluded that the place to testify was not bad, especially in December. )
Sloan told Paul Lahai on the phone that no blood was found on the tire iron submitted by the detectives, or on the 1 feet-shaped rubber bath mat that came out of the house.
DNA profiles found in the blood on the Fearless and mattress?
CFS has not yet developed DNA mapping results for these samples, but at least they seem to have enough blood volume and quality to try.
However, the fact is that the DNA profiles of Yvette Budram are still not compared.
Without the DNA profile of Yvette, even if the DNA was developed from mattress and car samples, it would not make sense for the investigation.
Lahaie and Sloan talked about samples from the remains of Yvette that could produce personal data.
Pulp from teeth is an option.
In addition, the scalp tissue and the tissue considered to be the heart tissue.
The samples have been delivered and Sloan has already done them.
The DNA map developed by the lab does not show the color of your hair or eyes, how high you are.
The contours do indicate, at a particular location, how long a particular piece of DNA is and how many units it has.
This part will vary from person to person except for identical twins.
In order to develop the DNA map of Yvette Budram, Sloan isolated the cells in the tissue sample submitted by the police.
Chemicals are used to break down cellular components.
This process is called extraction. -
Remove everything else in the cell and separate only the DNA.
To develop this profile, a minimum volume of DNA is required.
If there is enough DNA, Sloan can continue the amplification process. -
Copy nine locations in the DNA to form a contour.
The tenth position gives gender.
In the laboratory, these locations are called short tandem repeats (STR)loci --
The location is in Latin.
The quality of DNA must also be sufficient to make the amplification process work.
If these locations can be drawn in the DNA of tissue samples submitted by the police, then Sloan will have a DNA profile suitable for comparison with another profile ---
Like blood found on the fearless or mattress.
Monica Sloan has carried out the extraction process for tissue samples from the remains of Yvette for amplification. And? It didn\'t work.
The flesh of two teeth, Hearts and tissues elsewhere in the body of Yvette is in such a high level of decomposition, and they are poor samples of developmental DNA profiles.
But is there another sample from the remains that can work?
Sloan suggested that bone marrow extracted from larger bones might work ---like the femur.
Lahaie said they \'d give her the bones. (Feb 20, 2006)
The police intercepted Mohan ramkithorn at Pearson airport and stopped him from traveling to Guyana.
They told him that he had found his wife\'s body and asked him for nine hours.
He continues to blame her boyfriend, hajette Singh.
The police did not have enough evidence to accuse Mohan or detain him.
However, they did obtain a search warrant for his house in Mississauga. Nine months.
It has been running in the head of Dave Emberling.
They were assigned to deal with the crime scene at 2382 Dr. Benedet.
At least nine months old.
As a forensic investigator, Emberlin is usually present at the crime scene before the blood is dry.
Paul Lahaie of Hamilton Police provided Emberlin and partner Frank Kavcic with a basic overview of the case.
They know that two months ago a woman named Yvette boudram was found near a ditch in the countryside of Hamilton, but she has been dead for several months, the skull was dull. she was wearing her pajamas when she was found.
She lives in that house. Nine months.
Emberlin is not optimistic that they will find what they want: blood.
If someone is murdered here, there\'s a lot of time left for the murderer. -
If he\'s smart-
To clean the place, Emberlin thought, paint the floor with sand and paint the walls.
The victim was wearing pajamas all the time.
So start with the bedroom.
They took a picture of the room before touching it.
Then peel the sheets off the bed and check the mattress.
See nothing.
Turn over the mattress.
You always turn the mattress over.
It\'s right there. A hole.
Someone dug a hole from the bottom of the mattress.
The hole is at the top of the mattress, close to where the pillow is.
Where is the victim\'s head?
The hole measured 45 cm with 60 cm.
However, there was no blood on the mattress.
You have to think about it in evidence.
The victim was beaten in bed.
The killer gave her a hammer or something.
Blood penetrates into the mattress.
The killer dug a hole.
Why else should I make a hole in the mattress?
They continued to search.
As Emberlin expected, the house was clean and spotless.
Forensic entomologist Dael Morris recommends investigators look for flies pupal inside and around the substrate, a sign of settling in the body after the death of the Flies.
But the bedroom skirting was freshly painted.
They searched with their hands and knees, flashing a flashlight on every crack on the hardwood floor.
I don\'t see anything unusual.
They looked for another two hours. No blood.
Frustrating.
They don\'t look anymore.
It\'s dark outside now.
Emberlin sat on the floor of the bedroom, put his elbow on a bent knee and stared at nothing, holding a flashlight in frustration.
His hand rested on his knee and began to be absent.
He carefully turned off and turned on the flashlight. Click-click. Click-click. Click-click.
Their job is to find evidence.
Someone was killed. There\'s a body. Nine months?
However, someone still has to look for the goods.
There is no evidence, the case is not in court. Click-click. Click-click. There --right there. On the TV.
The flashlight beam illuminates the stain on the bottom of the black TV set sitting in the stands.
Dark plastic
He approached. \"Jackpot! Hey, Frank. Look at this. \"Blood.
No, Emberlin and he had no bloodshot and could not test the stain to prove the fact, but he had seen enough blood to know.
It is invisible in regular light.
The harsh beam from the police flashlight worked.
In forensics, they call it oblique lighting.
We are used to illuminating objects from above.
But turn on the lights at different angles and use the flashlight and you may see amazing things.
If you lose your car keys, this is a great way to find them.
Now they\'re making progress.
The next morning, on Saturday, June 16, Paul Lahaie received a call before 8 and heard the news.
He dressed up, went to the central station, checked a car, and drove to the 11 divisions of Mississauga Sharjah.
He looked at the photos taken on the bedroom mattress, TV.
He met with several other detectives with Bernie Webb, a blood expert at Peel.
At the crime scene, Weber was consulted more than 100 times as a blood analyst.
He heard the case. At 1 p. m.
Webb arrived at the house.
He checked the stains detected on the TV and then outlined them with white marks.
Webb took a piece of iron from his gear.
The doctor will place a bloodshot in the urine to determine if there is blood present.
In the presence of hemoglobin, it becomes green.
He wet hemastick with distilled water and put it on the stain.
The stick turned green. Blood.
Webb measured the stain.
20 centimeters high and 20 centimeters wide.
It was a transfer stain, he observed. Swipe pattern.
Look fierceLike hair.
After five hours at home, Webb left.
He has confidence in the blood on TV, but there is a process to follow.
So he outlined on TV a piece of plastic containing stains and then cut it off for submission to the Forensic Science Center in Toronto.
The CFS technician will confirm whether Weber found blood and analyze the sample to see if a DNA map can be developed from the sample.
The mattress is next.
On the morning of Monday, June 18, Weber met with Lahai in the 11 th division.
So far, he has introduced his findings to detectives on television.
\"A bloody person or object is exposed to the side of the TV,\" Webb said . \".
\"It moves upwards across the surface of the TV.
\"The movement is on the left-to-
The correct direction of the TV speaker part.
There\'s a combination--
The first is the transfer, then the swipe card along the front of the TV.
After the briefing, Webb went home.
He checked the mattress in the bedroom and the hole cut inside.
In regular light, no sign of blood is visible to the naked eye.
The Luminol test will show stealth.
When luminol is sprayed on the surface where hemoglobin is present, a reaction occurs, with a chemical glow in blue formgreen glow.
The light has no power and the room has to be in full darkness to see the reaction.
Webb sprayed the mattress and turned out the lights.
He can see the blue.
Emit green light around the edge of the hole. Blood.
If someone tries to hide blood on the mattress, they don\'t dig a hole big enough.
He outlined a rectangular area in the upper left corner of the bed, with a black mark near the hole, cutting the material out.
The piece he cut was 114 by 73.
Send to CFS.
As defense counsel pointed out in court, luminol blood tests sometimes have false positives.
Luminol can react with substances other than hemoglobin in the blood-
The surface of the bathroom copper tube can sometimes react, and the phosphate can also react, such as a reaction in rotten bananas, bleach and other cleaning products.
When you spray luminol on bleach, you get what forensic experts say about the July 4 response, which suddenly brightens in a short period of time.
But an experienced blood stain expert can tell if the reaction is a false positive.
With the discovery of blood on the mattress and on the TV, if it can be determined that the blood is Ivette boudram, they may have a major crime scene.
However, in order to do this, they need a DNA map in the blood, but it is also important that the DNA map in the remains of the Ivette body.
Webb stayed at home for seven hours.
Sprayed water on the bedside table in the bedroom.
Elsewhere in the house, he couldn\'t control the amount of light as he did in the bedroom, so he used a different chemical, a cancer-causing product called dull green
It reacts with diluted blood and turns green.
But he found no other blood.
Webb was curious about it.
He flashed scenes in his head.
Is there some suppression of the victim to prevent blood splashes?
If not, he hopes to find blood.
He was not depressed.
Why is blood limited to the mattress?
If, as it is now, a blunt object is used to kill Yvette budram, isn\'t the blood splash already projected? Not necessarily.
Weber believes that normally, you don\'t get any projection from the impact when you hit it for the first time.
If it takes only one shot to kill Yvette or make her unconscious, there will be no splash.
Did the killer hit Yvette once while she was sleeping?
She lost consciousness.
To finish the work, he wrapped a rope around her neck.
Or wrap a blanket or tarp in the head and hit again and the blood is controlled, but there are some swimming pools on the mattress.
Wrap her in a tarp or sheet and take her out of the room.
Remove any blood.
Later, Paul Lahaie shook his head near the mattress hole.
\"Mohan is a neat monster.
But it\'s too cheap for him to buy a new mattress.
\"* On the same morning, on Monday, Lahaie was briefed by Terry Hill, the partner who spoke with Lori --
Financial advisor to Anne Davis Mohan rakiksson.
She said that Mohan told her that a report of missing persons had been submitted for Yvette,-
A spiritual advisor. -
I told him that in the spring, the body of Yvette will be found in a wooded place.
Davis spoke about how Mohan asked her to liquidate his financial holdings and transfer the money to his brother in New York.
It was in June 14. -
On the same day he went to Guyana.
On Tuesday, June 19, Lahaie and Dave Emberlin and others entered the house together to find more blood evidence for evidence trying to clean up.
They are not interested. At 2:30 p. m.
Mohan rakizon returned home.
He was told he could come back that afternoon.
When he arrived, Lahaie was inside and Last helped to search the house.
Mohan came to the house with his family friend, Avian Kalliecharan.
Mohan has been lamenting aweian, a woman who is not afraid to speak out about her situation.
The police are still there.
Mohan complained that he could still not return to his house.
\"Shut up,\" Avian retorted.
\"The police have work to do.
When Lahai left the house, Mohan walked outside and shook hands with the detective.
Before the police finally left, officer Ident executed another search warrant for Lahaie ---
Mohan Ramkissoon\'s red 1995 fearless.
The car was detained and parked in a garage for search.
The next day, on Wednesday, the doctor took pictures of the car, while Bernie Webb resumed his blood-seeking operation.
He could not see the blood under normal lighting.
However, the rubber molding around the trunk does look darker.
Webb sprayed Lumino when the weather peeled off.
The carpet inside the suitcase was removed and sprayed. Blood.
Weber noticed blood in the lower left and upper right corner of the rubber molding.
He put identification pins on the scene and took pictures.
The rubber patch was cut off to send to CFS.
There were six stains on the carpet in the suitcase.
A piece of 35 centimeters by 30 centimeters was cut from the inside for the center.
They later returned the car to Mohan ramkithorn.
* Just after noon on Thursday, Lahaie spoke with officer Mike Thomas, who had an update on Harjeet (Happy)
The history of Singh
Not his real name.
His legal name is Harpreet Makkar.
But he used a lot of other things.
Lahai opened his notebook and wrote it.
Harjeet SinghHarpreet SinghHarjinder SinghHarpreet Singh MakkarAKA: Arrested on December 4-
On October 9, the Mississippi food voucher fraud incident. S.
Was expulsion exit of immigration
Later, rahai and Thomas sat down and watched a four-game
Thomas got the video from the Wyoming Highway Patrol.
It was the traffic station in hajette in March 2001.
The car he drove was a silver Dodge with a New York State license.
At the same time, Lahaie received a letter from detective Pierre Jamie Davis.
Mohan agreed to a lie. detector test.
But now, Davis says Mohan has changed his mind and canceled it at the advice of a lawyer.
The next day, on Friday, Lahaie received a phone call from forensic biologist Monica Sloan of the Center for Forensic Science.
Sloan is an expert in DNA analysis.
In the course of a homicide investigation, DNA test results are never made in an instant, and the results are not always instructive.
She confirmed that blood was indeed found on the TV in the master bedroom.
The bad news is that blood on TV is a bad sample for DNA samples, and the number of DNA does not exist at all.
So far, they have only got some results.
Lahaie thought more about the TV.
The longer you spend on major crimes, the more knowledge you learn.
He recalled his first big file, the rape of Stoney Creek.
They have been trying to get DNA from perp but have not found it in enough volume.
One witness said the rapists wore some sort of black ski mask, but the police never found it.
Among other evidence, they found a black and white sweater at Ferris Park.
One day during the investigation, Lahai took off his shirt after jogging in the central station locker room and hit him.
Maybe the rapists don\'t wear ski masks at all.
Maybe he wrapped a shirt or sweater around his head.
It\'s like a ski mask for a distraught victim.
They checked the DNA of the sweater.
There is enough of it on this sweater and it matches James profile (Ted)
Suspect Ryan.
No, that case has nothing to do with the blood on TV.
But it\'s all about screwing everything you can out of the evidence and never stop reliving it and peeling it back.
Lahaie talked to Peel Ident.
He remembers the transfer stain that Bernie Webb told him on TV.
It crossed the speaker part of the TV.
Maybe some blood has penetrated into the speaker hole there.
Maybe there\'s more to look for and test.
He suggested that they tear off a whole section of the TV and send it to the center.
* On Monday, July 16, Lahaie received another call from Monica Sloan.
She has worked in CFS for 10 years and is in increasing demand for her services.
Dna has become the golden standard for murder investigations, and that\'s for sure, but in early 1990 the police only started the tools that were often used, and fingerprints used to be a huge shock in criminal trials.
DNA is the \"blueprint of life\" and contains the code to distinguish one person from another.
Most of everyone\'s DNA is the same. -99.
9% of the DNA is the same.
Is another 0
The proportion of forensic investigators interested was 1.
In the past, Sloan has been summoned dozens of times to testify on forensic biology and DNA analysis, including one at Bermuda\'s Supreme Court. (
She concluded that the place to testify was not bad, especially in December. )
Sloan told Paul Lahai on the phone that no blood was found on the tire iron submitted by the detectives, or on the 1 feet-shaped rubber bath mat that came out of the house.
DNA profiles found in the blood on the Fearless and mattress?
CFS has not yet developed DNA mapping results for these samples, but at least they seem to have enough blood volume and quality to try.
However, the fact is that the DNA profiles of Yvette Budram are still not compared.
Without the DNA profile of Yvette, even if the DNA was developed from mattress and car samples, it would not make sense for the investigation.
Lahaie and Sloan talked about samples from the remains of Yvette that could produce personal data.
Pulp from teeth is an option.
In addition, the scalp tissue and the tissue considered to be the heart tissue.
The samples have been delivered and Sloan has already done them.
The DNA map developed by the lab does not show the color of your hair or eyes, how high you are.
The contours do indicate, at a particular location, how long a particular piece of DNA is and how many units it has.
This part will vary from person to person except for identical twins.
In order to develop the DNA map of Yvette Budram, Sloan isolated the cells in the tissue sample submitted by the police.
Chemicals are used to break down cellular components.
This process is called extraction. -
Remove everything else in the cell and separate only the DNA.
To develop this profile, a minimum volume of DNA is required.
If there is enough DNA, Sloan can continue the amplification process. -
Copy nine locations in the DNA to form a contour.
The tenth position gives gender.
In the laboratory, these locations are called short tandem repeats (STR)loci --
The location is in Latin.
The quality of DNA must also be sufficient to make the amplification process work.
If these locations can be drawn in the DNA of tissue samples submitted by the police, then Sloan will have a DNA profile suitable for comparison with another profile ---
Like blood found on the fearless or mattress.
Monica Sloan has carried out the extraction process for tissue samples from the remains of Yvette for amplification. And? It didn\'t work.
The flesh of two teeth, Hearts and tissues elsewhere in the body of Yvette is in such a high level of decomposition, and they are poor samples of developmental DNA profiles.
But is there another sample from the remains that can work?
Sloan suggested that bone marrow extracted from larger bones might work ---like the femur.
Lahaie said they \'d give her the bones. (Feb 20, 2006)
The police intercepted Mohan ramkithorn at Pearson airport and stopped him from traveling to Guyana.
They told him that he had found his wife\'s body and asked him for nine hours.
He continues to blame her boyfriend, hajette Singh.
The police did not have enough evidence to accuse Mohan or detain him.
However, they did obtain a search warrant for his house in Mississauga. Nine months.
It has been running in the head of Dave Emberling.
They were assigned to deal with the crime scene at 2382 Dr. Benedet.
At least nine months old.
As a forensic investigator, Emberlin is usually present at the crime scene before the blood is dry.
Paul Lahaie of Hamilton Police provided Emberlin and partner Frank Kavcic with a basic overview of the case.
They know that two months ago a woman named Yvette boudram was found near a ditch in the countryside of Hamilton, but she has been dead for several months, the skull was dull. she was wearing her pajamas when she was found.
She lives in that house. Nine months.
Emberlin is not optimistic that they will find what they want: blood.
If someone is murdered here, there\'s a lot of time left for the murderer. -
If he\'s smart-
To clean the place, Emberlin thought, paint the floor with sand and paint the walls.
The victim was wearing pajamas all the time.
So start with the bedroom.
They took a picture of the room before touching it.
Then peel the sheets off the bed and check the mattress.
See nothing.
Turn over the mattress.
You always turn the mattress over.
It\'s right there. A hole.
Someone dug a hole from the bottom of the mattress.
The hole is at the top of the mattress, close to where the pillow is.
Where is the victim\'s head?
The hole measured 45 cm with 60 cm.
However, there was no blood on the mattress.
You have to think about it in evidence.
The victim was beaten in bed.
The killer gave her a hammer or something.
Blood penetrates into the mattress.
The killer dug a hole.
Why else should I make a hole in the mattress?
They continued to search.
As Emberlin expected, the house was clean and spotless.
Forensic entomologist Dael Morris recommends investigators look for flies pupal inside and around the substrate, a sign of settling in the body after the death of the Flies.
But the bedroom skirting was freshly painted.
They searched with their hands and knees, flashing a flashlight on every crack on the hardwood floor.
I don\'t see anything unusual.
They looked for another two hours. No blood.
Frustrating.
They don\'t look anymore.
It\'s dark outside now.
Emberlin sat on the floor of the bedroom, put his elbow on a bent knee and stared at nothing, holding a flashlight in frustration.
His hand rested on his knee and began to be absent.
He carefully turned off and turned on the flashlight. Click-click. Click-click. Click-click.
Their job is to find evidence.
Someone was killed. There\'s a body. Nine months?
However, someone still has to look for the goods.
There is no evidence, the case is not in court. Click-click. Click-click. There --right there. On the TV.
The flashlight beam illuminates the stain on the bottom of the black TV set sitting in the stands.
Dark plastic
He approached. \"Jackpot! Hey, Frank. Look at this. \"Blood.
No, Emberlin and he had no bloodshot and could not test the stain to prove the fact, but he had seen enough blood to know.
It is invisible in regular light.
The harsh beam from the police flashlight worked.
In forensics, they call it oblique lighting.
We are used to illuminating objects from above.
But turn on the lights at different angles and use the flashlight and you may see amazing things.
If you lose your car keys, this is a great way to find them.
Now they\'re making progress.
The next morning, on Saturday, June 16, Paul Lahaie received a call before 8 and heard the news.
He dressed up, went to the central station, checked a car, and drove to the 11 divisions of Mississauga Sharjah.
He looked at the photos taken on the bedroom mattress, TV.
He met with several other detectives with Bernie Webb, a blood expert at Peel.
At the crime scene, Weber was consulted more than 100 times as a blood analyst.
He heard the case. At 1 p. m.
Webb arrived at the house.
He checked the stains detected on the TV and then outlined them with white marks.
Webb took a piece of iron from his gear.
The doctor will place a bloodshot in the urine to determine if there is blood present.
In the presence of hemoglobin, it becomes green.
He wet hemastick with distilled water and put it on the stain.
The stick turned green. Blood.
Webb measured the stain.
20 centimeters high and 20 centimeters wide.
It was a transfer stain, he observed. Swipe pattern.
Look fierceLike hair.
After five hours at home, Webb left.
He has confidence in the blood on TV, but there is a process to follow.
So he outlined on TV a piece of plastic containing stains and then cut it off for submission to the Forensic Science Center in Toronto.
The CFS technician will confirm whether Weber found blood and analyze the sample to see if a DNA map can be developed from the sample.
The mattress is next.
On the morning of Monday, June 18, Weber met with Lahai in the 11 th division.
So far, he has introduced his findings to detectives on television.
\"A bloody person or object is exposed to the side of the TV,\" Webb said . \".
\"It moves upwards across the surface of the TV.
\"The movement is on the left-to-
The correct direction of the TV speaker part.
There\'s a combination--
The first is the transfer, then the swipe card along the front of the TV.
After the briefing, Webb went home.
He checked the mattress in the bedroom and the hole cut inside.
In regular light, no sign of blood is visible to the naked eye.
The Luminol test will show stealth.
When luminol is sprayed on the surface where hemoglobin is present, a reaction occurs, with a chemical glow in blue formgreen glow.
The light has no power and the room has to be in full darkness to see the reaction.
Webb sprayed the mattress and turned out the lights.
He can see the blue.
Emit green light around the edge of the hole. Blood.
If someone tries to hide blood on the mattress, they don\'t dig a hole big enough.
He outlined a rectangular area in the upper left corner of the bed, with a black mark near the hole, cutting the material out.
The piece he cut was 114 by 73.
Send to CFS.
As defense counsel pointed out in court, luminol blood tests sometimes have false positives.
Luminol can react with substances other than hemoglobin in the blood-
The surface of the bathroom copper tube can sometimes react, and the phosphate can also react, such as a reaction in rotten bananas, bleach and other cleaning products.
When you spray luminol on bleach, you get what forensic experts say about the July 4 response, which suddenly brightens in a short period of time.
But an experienced blood stain expert can tell if the reaction is a false positive.
With the discovery of blood on the mattress and on the TV, if it can be determined that the blood is Ivette boudram, they may have a major crime scene.
However, in order to do this, they need a DNA map in the blood, but it is also important that the DNA map in the remains of the Ivette body.
Webb stayed at home for seven hours.
Sprayed water on the bedside table in the bedroom.
Elsewhere in the house, he couldn\'t control the amount of light as he did in the bedroom, so he used a different chemical, a cancer-causing product called dull green
It reacts with diluted blood and turns green.
But he found no other blood.
Webb was curious about it.
He flashed scenes in his head.
Is there some suppression of the victim to prevent blood splashes?
If not, he hopes to find blood.
He was not depressed.
Why is blood limited to the mattress?
If, as it is now, a blunt object is used to kill Yvette budram, isn\'t the blood splash already projected? Not necessarily.
Weber believes that normally, you don\'t get any projection from the impact when you hit it for the first time.
If it takes only one shot to kill Yvette or make her unconscious, there will be no splash.
Did the killer hit Yvette once while she was sleeping?
She lost consciousness.
To finish the work, he wrapped a rope around her neck.
Or wrap a blanket or tarp in the head and hit again and the blood is controlled, but there are some swimming pools on the mattress.
Wrap her in a tarp or sheet and take her out of the room.
Remove any blood.
Later, Paul Lahaie shook his head near the mattress hole.
\"Mohan is a neat monster.
But it\'s too cheap for him to buy a new mattress.
\"* On the same morning, on Monday, Lahaie was briefed by Terry Hill, the partner who spoke with Lori --
Financial advisor to Anne Davis Mohan rakiksson.
She said that Mohan told her that a report of missing persons had been submitted for Yvette,-
A spiritual advisor. -
I told him that in the spring, the body of Yvette will be found in a wooded place.
Davis spoke about how Mohan asked her to liquidate his financial holdings and transfer the money to his brother in New York.
It was in June 14. -
On the same day he went to Guyana.
On Tuesday, June 19, Lahaie and Dave Emberlin and others entered the house together to find more blood evidence for evidence trying to clean up.
They are not interested. At 2:30 p. m.
Mohan rakizon returned home.
He was told he could come back that afternoon.
When he arrived, Lahaie was inside and Last helped to search the house.
Mohan came to the house with his family friend, Avian Kalliecharan.
Mohan has been lamenting aweian, a woman who is not afraid to speak out about her situation.
The police are still there.
Mohan complained that he could still not return to his house.
\"Shut up,\" Avian retorted.
\"The police have work to do.
When Lahai left the house, Mohan walked outside and shook hands with the detective.
Before the police finally left, officer Ident executed another search warrant for Lahaie ---
Mohan Ramkissoon\'s red 1995 fearless.
The car was detained and parked in a garage for search.
The next day, on Wednesday, the doctor took pictures of the car, while Bernie Webb resumed his blood-seeking operation.
He could not see the blood under normal lighting.
However, the rubber molding around the trunk does look darker.
Webb sprayed Lumino when the weather peeled off.
The carpet inside the suitcase was removed and sprayed. Blood.
Weber noticed blood in the lower left and upper right corner of the rubber molding.
He put identification pins on the scene and took pictures.
The rubber patch was cut off to send to CFS.
There were six stains on the carpet in the suitcase.
A piece of 35 centimeters by 30 centimeters was cut from the inside for the center.
They later returned the car to Mohan ramkithorn.
* Just after noon on Thursday, Lahaie spoke with officer Mike Thomas, who had an update on Harjeet (Happy)
The history of Singh
Not his real name.
His legal name is Harpreet Makkar.
But he used a lot of other things.
Lahai opened his notebook and wrote it.
Harjeet SinghHarpreet SinghHarjinder SinghHarpreet Singh MakkarAKA: Arrested on December 4-
On October 9, the Mississippi food voucher fraud incident. S.
Was expulsion exit of immigration
Later, rahai and Thomas sat down and watched a four-game
Thomas got the video from the Wyoming Highway Patrol.
It was the traffic station in hajette in March 2001.
The car he drove was a silver Dodge with a New York State license.
At the same time, Lahaie received a letter from detective Pierre Jamie Davis.
Mohan agreed to a lie. detector test.
But now, Davis says Mohan has changed his mind and canceled it at the advice of a lawyer.
The next day, on Friday, Lahaie received a phone call from forensic biologist Monica Sloan of the Center for Forensic Science.
Sloan is an expert in DNA analysis.
In the course of a homicide investigation, DNA test results are never made in an instant, and the results are not always instructive.
She confirmed that blood was indeed found on the TV in the master bedroom.
The bad news is that blood on TV is a bad sample for DNA samples, and the number of DNA does not exist at all.
So far, they have only got some results.
Lahaie thought more about the TV.
The longer you spend on major crimes, the more knowledge you learn.
He recalled his first big file, the rape of Stoney Creek.
They have been trying to get DNA from perp but have not found it in enough volume.
One witness said the rapists wore some sort of black ski mask, but the police never found it.
Among other evidence, they found a black and white sweater at Ferris Park.
One day during the investigation, Lahai took off his shirt after jogging in the central station locker room and hit him.
Maybe the rapists don\'t wear ski masks at all.
Maybe he wrapped a shirt or sweater around his head.
It\'s like a ski mask for a distraught victim.
They checked the DNA of the sweater.
There is enough of it on this sweater and it matches James profile (Ted)
Suspect Ryan.
No, that case has nothing to do with the blood on TV.
But it\'s all about screwing everything you can out of the evidence and never stop reliving it and peeling it back.
Lahaie talked to Peel Ident.
He remembers the transfer stain that Bernie Webb told him on TV.
It crossed the speaker part of the TV.
Maybe some blood has penetrated into the speaker hole there.
Maybe there\'s more to look for and test.
He suggested that they tear off a whole section of the TV and send it to the center.
* On Monday, July 16, Lahaie received another call from Monica Sloan.
She has worked in CFS for 10 years and is in increasing demand for her services.
Dna has become the golden standard for murder investigations, and that\'s for sure, but in early 1990 the police only started the tools that were often used, and fingerprints used to be a huge shock in criminal trials.
DNA is the \"blueprint of life\" and contains the code to distinguish one person from another.
Most of everyone\'s DNA is the same. -99.
9% of the DNA is the same.
Is another 0
The proportion of forensic investigators interested was 1.
In the past, Sloan has been summoned dozens of times to testify on forensic biology and DNA analysis, including one at Bermuda\'s Supreme Court. (
She concluded that the place to testify was not bad, especially in December. )
Sloan told Paul Lahai on the phone that no blood was found on the tire iron submitted by the detectives, or on the 1 feet-shaped rubber bath mat that came out of the house.
DNA profiles found in the blood on the Fearless and mattress?
CFS has not yet developed DNA mapping results for these samples, but at least they seem to have enough blood volume and quality to try.
However, the fact is that the DNA profiles of Yvette Budram are still not compared.
Without the DNA profile of Yvette, even if the DNA was developed from mattress and car samples, it would not make sense for the investigation.
Lahaie and Sloan talked about samples from the remains of Yvette that could produce personal data.
Pulp from teeth is an option.
In addition, the scalp tissue and the tissue considered to be the heart tissue.
The samples have been delivered and Sloan has already done them.
The DNA map developed by the lab does not show the color of your hair or eyes, how high you are.
The contours do indicate, at a particular location, how long a particular piece of DNA is and how many units it has.
This part will vary from person to person except for identical twins.
In order to develop the DNA map of Yvette Budram, Sloan isolated the cells in the tissue sample submitted by the police.
Chemicals are used to break down cellular components.
This process is called extraction. -
Remove everything else in the cell and separate only the DNA.
To develop this profile, a minimum volume of DNA is required.
If there is enough DNA, Sloan can continue the amplification process. -
Copy nine locations in the DNA to form a contour.
The tenth position gives gender.
In the laboratory, these locations are called short tandem repeats (STR)loci --
The location is in Latin.
The quality of DNA must also be sufficient to make the amplification process work.
If these locations can be drawn in the DNA of tissue samples submitted by the police, then Sloan will have a DNA profile suitable for comparison with another profile ---
Like blood found on the fearless or mattress.
Monica Sloan has carried out the extraction process for tissue samples from the remains of Yvette for amplification. And? It didn\'t work.
The flesh of two teeth, Hearts and tissues elsewhere in the body of Yvette is in such a high level of decomposition, and they are poor samples of developmental DNA profiles.
But is there another sample from the remains that can work?
Sloan suggested that bone marrow extracted from larger bones might work ---like the femur.
Lahaie said they \'d give her the bones.
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