The recent sniper shootings in the Washington area have rekindled a national and local debate about the viability of using ballistic fingerprinting to link crimes to specific guns.
Police, experts and lobbyists disagree about whether ballistic and toolmark identification, commonly referred to as ballistic fingerprinting, is an effective way to link bullets found at crime scenes to the guns that fired them.
Wednesday, January 29, 2003
Filed under Diamondback
, Published Works
, Video Games
Maybe you were skiing in the Rockies. Maybe you were sunning yourself in Cancun. Maybe you were too busy with Metroid Prime and 007: Nightfire to play anything else. Whatever the reason, there were probably a good number of games that flew under your radar during the busy holiday season of 2002. Here’s a quick breakdown on some of the games you may have missed.