CSI School - Fingerprints

former policeman Rav Wilding looks at how fingerprints are used by the forensic teams in police forces to trace suspects.

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0 1. Reaperdaddy commented 12 years ago

of course its a very efficient technique... but this assume that you are a suspect or that your fingerprints were taken once in your life... If that's not the case they are not really useful when they cannot be compared to anything.
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+7 2. LQoQK commented 12 years ago

during the whole video i was distracted by the flexible girls on the right =========>
and the girls with the red tight pants
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+11 3. schlafanzyk commented 12 years ago

".. it's hard not to.."

Yeah, you have to be one amazing genius to come up with the idea of wearing gloves, haha.
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+2 4. Natan_el_Tigre commented 12 years ago

Ha-ha, a one size too small polo and chronic elbow flexion ftw!
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+1 5. Ganjabus commented 12 years ago

#1 If you have committed many crimes and finger prints have been taken but have no details as to whom they belong to, they will be stored in data for ever. If you are then ever arrested for something small like a fight, your finger prints will raise the alarm of all your previous crimes.
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+2 6. irishgek commented 12 years ago

Simple , Every ones finger prints should be like mandatory on your passport and on record . Great system but beaten so many times by a pair of cheap gloves , Dna is the way to go :P
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+1 7. pauldmixer commented 12 years ago

Is this a video about fingerprint and CSI or gratuitous arm shots and too-small polo shirts... :P
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+4 8. ringmaster commented 12 years ago

#2, you have some weird settings on your computer or luck with the advertising...
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+4 9. 876487098 commented 12 years ago

The notion that no two people have the same fingerprint is not true. It has never been proven. It is just a theory.