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2008-07-16 15:00:39

IN SHORT What: Silent Witness Where: TV One When: 8.30pm, Saturday -------------------- EMILIA Fox, William Gaminara and Tom Ward star as a team of forensic pathologists uncovering the truth behind suspicious deaths in one of the BBC's most successful and long-running crime dramas, Silent Witness. To forensic pathologists Leo Dalton, Harry Cunningham and Nikki Alexander, every body tells a story: who they were, how they lived, and most importantly, how they died. Anything --...

2006-07-05 17:16:07

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (Reuters) - Enron Corp. founder Kenneth Lay's autopsy showed he died of coronary artery disease and found no evidence of foul play, said a forensic pathologist who performed the autopsy, said on Wednesday. "There was no evidence of foul play," Dr. Rob Kurtzman told reporters in Grand Junction, Colorado. "The cause of death is coronary artery disease." The post mortem revealed he had severe coronary artery disease and there was evidence that he had had a heart...

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2005-12-10 17:55:00

NEW ORLEANS -- While hundreds drowned in Hurricane Katrina's filthy floodwaters, at least 21 people died more mysteriously. From unexplained gunshot wounds to stabbings and fatal blows to the head, these unidentified victims are now the main characters in a real-life version of "CSI." Coroners are using science, creative thinking - and even a Crock-Pot - to try to answer the question many are asking: Who or what killed these 21 people? With evidence that's washed away, witnesses who fled...

2005-09-08 11:29:17

LONDON (Reuters) - Television shows like CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, depicting forensic scientists at work, are helping criminals avoid identification, New Scientist magazine said on Wednesday. Not only are the criminals getting detailed insights into police detection methods and how to avoid them, but the shows have led juries to expect too much certainty from scientific witnesses. "Jurors who watch CSI believe that those scenarios, where forensic scientists are always right,...

2005-09-07 13:04:28

LONDON (Reuters) - Television shows like CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, depicting forensic scientists at work, are helping criminals avoid identification, New Scientist magazine said on Wednesday. Not only are the criminals getting detailed insights into police detection methods and how to avoid them, but the shows have led juries to expect too much certainty from scientific witnesses. "Jurors who watch CSI believe that those scenarios, where forensic scientists are always right,...

2005-09-07 13:00:00

LONDON -- Television shows like CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, depicting forensic scientists at work, are helping criminals avoid identification, New Scientist magazine said on Wednesday. Not only are the criminals getting detailed insights into police detection methods and how to avoid them, but the shows have led juries to expect too much certainty from scientific witnesses. "Jurors who watch CSI believe that those scenarios, where forensic scientists are always right, are really what...


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  • Scandinavian punch made of claret and aquavit with spices and raisins and orange peel and sugar.
This word comes from the Swedish 'glogg,' which is an alteration of 'glodgat,' mulled (wine).
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