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  1. Peter M. Marone, DirectorVirginia Department of Forensic Science

  2. 7:15 AM West Ambler Hall

  3. Virginia Tech Campus

  4. Western Regional LaboratoryRoanoke, Virginia

  5. 9 ADDITIONAL STAFF • SECURITY ACCESS • MEETING AREA FOR FAMILIES • VICTIMS FINGERPRINTED and PHOTOGRAPHED

  6. Meeting with supervisors • Ensure full staffing • Be prepared • Focus on Normal duties • Welfare of family members attending VT

  7. IDENTIFY THE SHOOTER

  8. Copies sent to VT Police, FBI, Homeland Security and ATF Searched through AFIS and IAFIS, negative results Positive ID made by Homeland Security (INS data base) on April 17th of Seung-Hui Cho

  9. Emily Hilscher First victim identified by physical means and released to her family Monday night.

  10. TUESDAYAPRIL 17, 2007DAY TWO

  11. Independent Fingerprint ID required on each victim (personal effects) • Enhanced photograph on each victim for possible family ID • Need to explore other means of positive identification

  12. Contacted Col. Flaherty with the Virginia State Police to inform him what personal effects would yield the best possibility for the recovery of latent prints.

  13. LATENT FINGERPRINTS • Two examiners and a photographer assigned to the OCME • One latent examiner with photography experience to float between areas • Remaining staff would process personal effects.

  14. Norris Hall Note 4/16/07 Written by Cho

  15. Written by Cho

  16. 4/2/07 4/13/07 NOT Written by Cho

  17. 11:00 am

  18. Victim’s Photographed • POST Completed • Inked Prints Recovered

  19. Liviu Librescu Burial in Israel Very poor ridge detail Prints on file with ICE (Immigration Customs Enforcement)

  20. Tuesday, April 17, 2007Day Two Results • 12 Autopsies completed • 4 Identifications from submitted ten-print cards (ICE) including Cho. • 1 Identification from physical means

  21. WEDNESDAYAPRIL 18, 2007DAY THREE

  22. Personal Items Begin to Arrive • Tooth Brushes • Hair Brushes • Retainers • Computer Cords • Razors True “Personal Effects”

  23. Wednesday, April 18, 2007Day Three Results • All Autopsies Completed (7:40 pm) • 22 Victims Identified • 8 Submitted ten-print cards • 12 Latents recovered off personal effects • 2 Physical Identification

  24. THURSDAY APRIL 19, 2007DAY FOUR

  25. Discussed Toxicology Testing • Alcohol on all victims • Full screening on Cho • Four Victims Identified Through Dental Records

  26. Additional Personal Items Arrive • 4 victims subsequently identified • 1 victim identified through dental records

  27. Thursday, April 19, 2007Day Four Results • All Victim’s Identified • All Toxicology Samples Submitted and being Processed

  28. FRIDAYAPRIL 20, 2007DAY FIVE

  29. SATURDAYAPRIL 21, 2007DAY SIX

  30. Virginia Tech CampusSATURDAY, APRIL 21, 2007

  31. Norris Hall

  32. West Ambler Johnston Hall

  33. Harper Hall

  34. MONDAYAPRIL 23, 2007DAY EIGHT