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Autopsy

Autopsy Documentary - Crime Scene Autopsy - Autopsy Examination Part II

Produced by the Department of Defense in 1980, this DVD is quite fascinating. It explores the autopsy process as it relates to a criminal act. In this presentation, you will learn how an autopsy is performed, how various types of wounds are examined and evaluated and how all the information is packaged up in preparation for presentation in court testimony. JFK's Autopsy is an example of an Autopsy that would garner lots of scrutiny and therefore would need to be well documented also stars such as Michael Jackson's autopsy would also need to by well documented for the same reason. Tell us what you think about this incredible video, Please subscribe to our channel where you can see Part One of Crime Scene Autopsy - Autopsy Examination - Autopsy Documentary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNI3uWnlY4U Unlike many, we encourage you to share our videos on Facebook, Google+, Twitter etc...

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*WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT* MEDICOLEGAL AUTOPSY - PART I | Medical Education

MEDICOLEGAL AUTOPSY - PART I - Department of Defense 1980 - PIN 69151 - DEMONSTRATES HOW THE MEDICOLEGAL AUTOPSY EXAMINATION AND DISSECTION CAN DEVELOP KNOWL...

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A real video autopsy of a woman.

HBO Presents: Autopsy 2 (Full Documentary)

Raw footage of crimes such as Serial Killer Donald Harvey and Real Murderers.

Autopsy Life And Death S01E01 - Circulation

Autopsy: Life And Death S1 Ep1 - Circulation Circulation - Anatomist Dr Gunther von Hagens and pathologist Professor John Lee get right under the skin to rev...

Human autopsy

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YouTube - Autopsy- Emergency Room - Lesson 2 - Massive Blood Loss [2_5].flv

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Autopsy Documentary - Crime Scene Autopsy - Autopsy Examination Part II

Produced by the Department of Defense in 1980, this DVD is quite fascinating. It explores the autopsy process as it relates to a criminal act. In this presen...