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Forensic Files Historic Cases V6 - (2 Video Worksheets)

Forensic Files Historic Cases V6 - (2 Video Worksheets)
Forensic Files Historic Cases V6 - (2 Video Worksheets)
Forensic Files Historic Cases V6 - (2 Video Worksheets)
Forensic Files Historic Cases V6 - (2 Video Worksheets)
Forensic Files Historic Cases V6 - (2 Video Worksheets)
Forensic Files Historic Cases V6 - (2 Video Worksheets)
Forensic Files Historic Cases V6 - (2 Video Worksheets)
Forensic Files Historic Cases V6 - (2 Video Worksheets)
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*Videos are necessary for completion of these worksheets. Please make sure you have access to the correct videos for each (both use the 21-minute runtime versions)

As of January 2017, episodes of Forensic Files can be found FREE on You Tube and through various pay streaming services. The two episodes in this collection can also be purchased as DVDs in the Forensic Files : Historic Cases Collection V1 (available at Amazon or other media sellers).


This two video worksheet purchase focuses on new forensic methods and technology that were first used to solve murders that might otherwise have remained unsolved. These are great episodes to demonstrate to students the value of science and technology when solving real world crimes.

*Chief Evidence (Season 7, Episode 17)
The 1996 Seattle murder of suburban couple Raquel Rivera & Jay Johnson is detailed. Investigators first believe the slayings were the result of a drug deal gone bad. However, no drugs are found in the house and the victims' blood isn't present on the clothing of the suspects. Evidence from the couple's dog Chief eventually ties one of the murderers to the scene. This is one of the first cases where dog DNA was used to convict. Kenneth Leuluaialii and George Tuilefano were sentenced to life in prison without parole.

*Purr-fect Match (Season 7, Episode 7)
An examination of the first time animal DNA was used to solve a criminal case. In 1994, on Canada's Prince Edward Island, the body of Douglas Beamish's estranged wife Shirley Duguay was discovered. Authorities linked 20 cat hairs found on her jacket to a cat owned by Beamish's parents, with whom he lived. Scientists estimated that chances that the hairs came from another feline were one in 50 million. A jury later convicted Beamish of second-degree murder; he was sentenced to 18 years without parole.


Questions on the assignments go in order and will help students remain focused on key forensic science topics. Two extended response questions are on the back of each worksheet (description, sequence, compare/contrast, etc...) which are perfect for reflection on the importance of these ground breaking cases.

Both worksheets are given as MS-Word documents which will allow easy modifying to best fit the needs of your students.


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