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The skeletonized perimeter of a bloodstain can be used to interpret ? (Points : 2) 1 ?the kind of force that produced the bloodstain. 2 ?the time that elapsed between deposition of the stain and
alteration of the stain. 3 ?the source of the bloodstain. 4 ?both B and C ? 5 ?all of the above
The skeletonized perimeter of a bloodstain can be used to interpret ? (Points : 2) 1 ?the kind of force that produced the bloodstain.
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