@idea from McClure
Let's a doc with the proper facilities determine a cause of death, knife, 6mm bullet(s), .45 bullets ... blunt trauma to the head ..
You get the idea.
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Yeah... This all falls under the broad category of 'Forensics'.
Something which we do have minimalistic support for, and definately plan to implement some time in the distant future.
Just at a glance this includes:
Automation for determining cause of death
Genetic samples from both attacker and victim on appropiate weapons
Wound to weapon matching
Technologies to help defeat these techniques... DNAtom bombs, Gene-be-gone spray, etc.
Right now it's kinda a manual process. But that'll change eventually.
(Edited by Kevlar at 7:54 pm on April 21, 2003)