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1 Chapter 17 Inferring Offender Characteristics Copyright ©2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

2 Figure 1.1 Copyright © 2011 Academic Press Inc. FIGURE 17.1A (a) Skull of Mwivano Kupaza. Skin has been removed from the head, face, and neck by the offender. This behavior goes beyond what would be needed to simply obscure the victims features to hamper identification. (b) Skull of Mwivano Kupaza after being prepared for craniofacial reconstruction. (c) Skull of Mwivano Kupaza after craniofacial reconstruction has been completed. These various aspects were put on a flyer that was distributed in the area where the body was found as an aid to victim identification. Copyright ©2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

3 Figure 1.2 Copyright © 2011 Academic Press Inc. Copyright ©2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. FIGURE 17.1B (a) Skull of Mwivano Kupaza. Skin has been removed from the head, face, and neck by the offender. This behavior goes beyond what would be needed to simply obscure the victims features to hamper identification. (b) Skull of Mwivano Kupaza after being prepared for craniofacial reconstruction. (c) Skull of Mwivano Kupaza after craniofacial reconstruction has been completed. These various aspects were put on a flyer that was distributed in the area where the body was found as an aid to victim identification.

4 Figure 1.2 Copyright © 2011 Academic Press Inc. Copyright ©2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. FIGURE 17.1C (a) Skull of Mwivano Kupaza. Skin has been removed from the head, face, and neck by the offender. This behavior goes beyond what would be needed to simply obscure the victims features to hamper identification. (b) Skull of Mwivano Kupaza after being prepared for craniofacial reconstruction. (c) Skull of Mwivano Kupaza after craniofacial reconstruction has been completed. These various aspects were put on a flyer that was distributed in the area where the body was found as an aid to victim identification.

5 Figure 1.2 Copyright © 2011 Academic Press Inc. Copyright ©2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. FIGURE 17.2A (a, b, and c) Torso and limbs of Mwivano Kupaza.

6 Copyright © 2011 Academic Press Inc. Copyright ©2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. FIGURE 17.2B (a, b, and c) Torso and limbs of Mwivano Kupaza.

7 Copyright © 2011 Academic Press Inc. Copyright ©2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. FIGURE 17.2C (a, b, and c) Torso and limbs of Mwivano Kupaza.

8 Copyright © 2011 Academic Press Inc. Copyright ©2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. FIGURE 17.3 Peter Kupaza on the stand, responding to questions about the murder of his cousin, Mwivano Kupaza.


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