Author’s Response to Commentary on: Liu Y, Attinger D, De Brabanter K. Automatic classification of bloodstain patterns caused by gunshot and blunt impact at various distances

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2020-07
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© 2020 American Academy of Forensic Sciences
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Attinger, Daniel
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De Brabanter, Kris
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The Commentary by A. Keten makes the case for considering evaporation and coagulation in research and applications of the forensic discipline of bloodstain pattern analysis (BPA). The author also mentions two important facts: first, blood stains are often present in crime scenes, and second, they can provide significant information towards crime scene reconstruction.
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This is a manuscript of a Letter to the Editor published as Attinger, D., Liu, Y. and De Brabanter, K. (2020), Authors’ Response. J Forensic Sci, 65: 1386-1387. https://doi.org/10.1111/1556-4029.14452. Posted with permission of CSAFE.
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