Episode 3: Bullets Most murderers use a weapon. One of the top-priority tasks for detectives is to find that weapon. It can lead to the killer but it can also reveal so much more. Using cutting-edge forensic techniques, the murder weapon can now give us an insight into the mind of the killer. This episode examines the murder weapon that until 150 years ago left no trace, how 3D crime-scene modelling is revolutionising gun crime investigations, and why, until recently, much of what we knew about fire analysis and arson was wrong.
Schauspieler: Dr. Gabriel Weston (Herself - Presenter), Andrea Sella (Himself - Chemist, University College London), Stuart Black (Himself - Chemist, University of Reading), Martin Parker (Himself - Forensic Ballistics Expert, National Ballistics Intelligence Service), Mark DeGiovanni (Himself - Crime Scene Analyst), John J. Lentini (Himself - Fire Investigator), Rory Hadden (Himself - Lecturer in Fire Investigation, University of Edinburgh), Clive Gregory (Himself - Fire Investigation Dog Trainer), Sarah Hainsworth (Herself - Professor of Materials and Forensic Engineering, University of Leicester)
Regie: Emma Oastler
Produktion: Jaqueline Smith
Kamera: Tom Hayward
Schnitt: Jonathan Seal
Deutsche TV-Premiere: Fr, 28.08.2015, Spiegel Geschichte
Deutsche Free-TV-Premiere: Mo, 28.09.2015, ZDFinfo
TV-Premiere: Do, 02.07.2015, BBC Four (GB)
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