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Album is the fourth studio album by American rapper Game. It was released on August 23, 2011, by DGC Records, which serves as Game's first release under the label. Recording sessions for the album took place from 2009 to 2011 at four different recording studios in California
Crime Lab: Body of Evidence for the DS is a murder mystery game that allows players to join the world of criminology. Players become Agent Bonnet, an FBI agent who just returned from vacation. Agent Bonnet has been assigned to a case about Walther Kellerman, a man who died accidentally. However, Agent Bonnet believes there may be more to the case than there seems, and players are sent out to solve the mystery. Crime Lab: Body of Evidence. The player must use the clues that are provided to solve the mystery.
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Young FBI agent Nicole Bonnet receives a mysterious package. Inside she finds a complicated mechanism that appears to be a message from a serial killer. This is just the beginning of an epic duel of minds between Nicole and the ruthless murderer, who leaves playing cards by the bodies of his victims as signature. Bonnet will have to use all her wits to solve the case and stop the killer before he strikes again
Death investigation is the original forensic science field. Humans have studied the body after death since ancient times. The guiding principles for an autopsy remain nearly identical to those established by German scientist Rudolph Virchow, the father of modern pathology, in the 1880s. Individual fingerprint patterns are unique - even identical twins have different prints. Artifacts found in the Crime Lab Experience at The Mob Museum. DNA Profiling has had the greatest impact on criminal investigations since the classification of fingerprint patterns in the 1880s.