When Australian model Caroline Byrneas crumpled body was discovered at the base of a cliff known as the Gap--a famous Sydney landmark and popular suicide spot--it was easy for both the public and police to assume her death was suicide. With no official crime scene established, no measurements or photographs taken into evidence, and no police logbooks recording the recovery of her body, Byrne's then-boyfriend Gordon Wood very nearly got away with murder--until forensic science conclusively proved that Caroline could not possibly have jumped. This gripping narrative provides a detailed account of the investigation from the forensic scientist who produced the crucial evidence that led to Woodas conviction.I doubt that I would have thought of a hurdler, but a hurdler needs good running ability as well as good jumping ability. ... It is well known that sprinters reach top speed after running 30 metres or more, and that elite athletes can run at speeds ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Evidence for Murder|
|Publisher||:||UNSW Press - 2010-04-01|