People suspected of shooting someone can no longer make excuses for gunshot residue on their clothes and hands. A major European forensic investigation has shown that those traces cannot come from anything else.
According to the Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI), judges often hear all kinds of stories that explain the gunshot remains. For example, there are suspects who say that they are car mechanics and have gotten the small metal particles on their clothing by working with airbags and brake pads. But that excuse is no longer valid, says the NFI.
The metal particles that are released after a shot have a completely different composition than metal particles that remain after, for example, working on a car.
And the excuse that gunshot remains are handed over by police officers when arrested is no longer valid, because those gunshot remains look different.
Only people who often use a firearm have an increased chance of the presence of gunshot residue, the NFI says.
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