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45 caliber ammunition at his home. Goddard matched these guns and ammunition to those found at the Chicago massacre, showing that Capone had been behind the shootings. Burke was convicted and sent to prison. Calvin Goddard, “The Valentine Day Massacre: A Study in Ammunition-Tracing,” American Journal of Police Science, January-February, 1930. htm. , sniper case, firearms expert Evan Thompson testifies how he was able to pinpoint markings on a victim’s bullet to marks caused by the shooter’s gun barrel, thus determining a match between the two.
30 A single rod in a single bullet hole may provide enough information for investigators to theorize where the shooter stood. More holes will, of course, provide more information, and in the best case scenario, the rods will create the open end of a cone that leads back to where the shooter was located. Other cases present greater challenges. Shots that travel great distances before impact are more easily studied with lasers than with rods. Rods are impractical over distances more than a yard (1m) because they will bend under their own weight.
In addition, they helped create professionalism in a field that had once been populated 34 Firearms and Bullets Modern-day forensic ballistics professionals owe a debt of gratitude to those who pioneered the science in the early twentieth by amateurs. Today’s firearms identification professionals follow in their footsteps, continuing the work of collecting and analyzing evidence in order to bring their investigation to a successful conclusion. 35 CHAPTER 2 Evidence Left Behind ver the succeeding decades since the Sacco and Venzetti case, law enforcement professionals and scientists from a variety of specialties developed a wide range of techniques that enable them to collect, examine, and quantify evidence at crime scenes.