Investigation of homicide is very difficult, starting from pointing out the culprit to collection of positive evidences in favour of the case. More difficulties arise when the evidences are destroyed or the body of offence concealed, by throwing the body in the outskirts or burning or mutilating by the accused. A case is discussed here, having more or less same observations. Various aspects about cause of death, establishment of positive identification etc. are discussed in this paper.
Key words: Homicide, skeletonization, superimposition, positive identification, DNA typing.
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