The basic formula of a procedural crime show is always the same: Bad guy murders somebody, police stand around sipping coffee and making puns, forensics wizards come in and wave their magic science wands, bad guy is brought to justice, roll end credits. But is that the way it works in reality? To find out, we spoke to forensic scientist Jennifer Forbes.
I don’t know why I find it so difficult to express my feelings to you. Even though we’re far apart I can see you as vividly as if you were here with me. I said I’ll miss you and I do. As Shakespeare more ably wrote my sentiment in Sonnet 47. “Thyself away art resent still with me; for thou not father than my thoughts canst move, and I am still with them and they with thee; or, if thy sleep, thy picture in my sight, awakes my heart to heart’s and eye’s delight.”