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Gunshot residue patterns on skin in angled contact and near contact gunshot wounds. PRESENTER: Sommai Sangkaew 51312327. 1. 3. 2. The Importance of Gunshot Residues in Forensic. To identify how the weapon was use.

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Gunshot residue patterns on skin in angled contact and near contact gunshot wounds

PRESENTER: Sommai Sangkaew

51312327

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The Importance of Gunshot Residues in Forensic

  • To identify how the
  • weapon was use.
  • To identify the criminal.
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KEYWORD > > > > >

  • Ammunition
  • Target
  • Muzzle-target-angles
  • Gunshot residues
  • Powder soot zone
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Ammunition

Keyword

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Keyword

Nitrocellulose (NC-powder)

The Content of a Bullet.

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Keyword

1: Revolver

2: Automatic

Type of gun

  • A weapon that is used to shoot a bullet
  • Two type of gun:
    • Revolver gun
    • Automatic gun

1

2

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Target

Keyword

an object, usually marked

with concentric circles,

to be aimed at in shooting

practice or contests.

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Muzzle-Target angle (0˚)

Muzzle-Target angle(45˚)

Muzzle-Target angle

  • The angle in which the bullet hit the target
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Gunshot Residues

  • Small particles from the barrel of a gun when it is fired
  • Consists of:
    • Antimony(Sb)
    • Barium(Ba)
    • Lead(Pb)

Primer Gunshot Residue Particle identified by Scanning Electron Microscopy

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Keyword

Powder soot zone

Inner powder soot zone

Outer powder soot zone

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PURPOSE

To study the pattern and density of inner and outer powder soot zones which occur because of :

  • Type of ammunition
  • The barrel length
  • Muzzle-target angle
  • The distance from muzzle
  • to target.
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MATERIAL > > > > >

  • Gun
  • Cartridges
  • Target
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MATERIAL >> Gun

1) .38Smith and Wesson revolver

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2) 9 mm SIG Pistol P210 automatic

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3).22 L.R SIG Pistol P210 automatic

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MATERIAL >> Gun

.22 L.R

9mm Luger

.38 Spl

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MATERIAL >> Target

  • They used naturally tanned calf skin leather fixed on soap and gelatine block.
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METHODS

The distance from muzzle to target is0,5,10,15 and20 mm

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RESULTS

The Inner powdersoot zone can be more clearly defined and demarcated than outer powdersoot zone

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RESULTS

The Inner powdersoot zones point to the direction ofthe muzzle.

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RESULTS

When theMuzzle-target angle is increased, the Inner powdersoot zone will be wider but the density of gunshot residues will decrease

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RESULTS

When the length of the barrel increases, the Inner powdersoot zone will be denser and smaller.

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RESULTS

When the length of the barrel increases, the entrance hole will be on the rim of the inner powder soot zones.

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RESULTS

The different types of the ammunitions will result in different densities of gunshot residues.

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DISCUSSION

  • Gunshot residues on the target surface can be differentiated in a inner and outer powder soot zone
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DISCUSSION

  • The outer powder soot zone is much less visible than the inner powder soot zone and may lack on human skin.
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DISCUSSION

  • With increasing muzzle target distance both inner and outer powder soot halo increase in size and decrease in density.
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DISCUSSION

  • In angled shots the inner powder soot halo shows an eccentric, elliptic shape which points towards the muzzle , regardless of ammunition, calibre and barrel length.
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DISCUSSION

  • The outer powder soot points away from the muzzle in angled contact and close contact shots
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SPECIAL THANKS

  • T. Plattner , B. Kneubuehi , M. Thali , U. Zollinger ,
  • “ Gunshot residue patterns on skin in angled contact
  • and near contact gunshot wounds”
  • Associate Professor. Suda Riengrojpitak, Major adviser
  • Police Lieutenant Colonel. Suphareark Arepornrat , Miner adviser
  • Assistant Professor.Suksiri Vichasri Grams
  • Every attendee of the seminar.
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