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QSFP28 Connectors:Technology and Criminal Analysis

Author:admin / time:2021-06-16 / The number of clicks:314

In the age when S&T analytical technology was not yet mature, due to the lack of key evidence, some criminals went scot-free and cases remained unsolved. However, with the proficiency of QSFP28 connectors and analytical technology in Asia, investigators are now able to verify and analyze with multiple methods. Moreover, the combination of gene pool and technology has greatly improved the detection rate of cases.

In 1986, a wood-chipper wife-killing case in Connecticut attracted worldwide attention. However, at the time of investigation, the detectives could not find the body of the victim Helen Crafts. Hence, they were unable to solve the case, let alone convict the key suspect-the victim's husband. The authorities then asked Dr. Henry Chang-Yu Lee for support to help solve this unsolved case. In 1986, since network and analytical technologies were not proficient, and the suspect was able to destroy evidence, it was difficult to make any progress on the investigation. It was during the Christmas season when the suspect returned to his hometown for the holidays that Dr. Lee was able to conduct further investigation and find more evidence (e.g., carpet stained with blood).

In his investigation, Dr. Lee used luminol and other chemical reagents, as well as magnifying glasses and portable multi-wavelength light sources to check for blood stains on a bath towel. However, those were not enough to constitute the key evidence for conviction, and the body must be found before the case can be finalized. Dr. Lee then proceeded to investigate the crime scene where a used wood chipper surrounded by wood blocks and shredded paper were found. After piecing together, the shredded paper, Dr. Lee discovered that it was a detailed purchase of chain saws including the number of chain saws. Therefore, the authorities sent frogmen to explore the sea and found chain saws with the same number, which was almost enough to confirm that this was the place where the corpse was dumped. Finally, the search team found over 2000 strands of hair, more than 60 pieces of human bone fragments, and some blood and tissues by the lake. These were enough evidence to convict the suspect. Eventually, the whole case was solved. If this case had happened in an environment lacking analytical technology a hundred years ago, it would have been almost impossible to be solved.

Although QSFP28 connectors and analytical technology in Asia are improving day by day, and the detection rate of criminal cases is gradually increasing, there is still no effective way to deter people who want to commit crimes. Crime scene investigations can help detectives conduct thorough examination and crime reconstruction. To reduce crime rates, it is also important to strengthen both the judicial system and psychological counseling system in order to create a safe and peaceful society for all citizens.