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Site #6 Diagram of Wounds and Summary transcript

Site #6
Date: 17 September 1993, 1640–1721hrs
Victim: 1 male
Location: Grid 316246
Investigators: Dr. Brett, M.D., CANBAT, Unit Medical Officer
CST. S. Marissink, UNCIVPOL

Details: This subject was located by a CANBAT patrol travelling up a path approximately 80 metres south of a nearby structure in the village of Krajinovici. This victim was face down at the southern edge of this clearing. He was attired in a brown, uniform style of clothing consisting of an overcoat, a suit jacket (navy blue), brown trousers over a pair of blue pants. This subject was shod with a pair of wool slippers.

Victim: sex: male
Age: 50–70 years
Height: 170–175 cm
Weight: 80–83 kg
Pockets contained a handkerchief and a box of matches.

This subject had been shot at least 24 times. There were 8 entry wounds to the right side of the head covering the area above and behind the right ear and extending down and including the right side of the neck and jaw.

There were entrance wounds to his back around the area between the scapula, to the right of the mid-line and below the scapula extending down from T-8 to L4. There were wounds on the left buttocks and the posterior left knee and lower leg.

There was massive trauma to the right side of the victim’s face. The right side jaw was absent as was the right cheek. There was a 6cm exit wound to the top of the head. The lower right half and top of head were absent as a result of the exit wounds. There was a loss of several epidermal layers through decomposition and there was a large number of fly larvae present.

Conclusion: This victim appears to have been shot at least 24 times in the back. Time of death is estimated between 48–72 hours.