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CSI - Wrong Car
This Slip Up Occurs In The 3 Season Episode When A Model Is Missing And Some Guy Keeps Saying"I Never Meant To Hurt Anybody",Anyway Catherine Is Talking To The Suspects Boss And Has A Warrant For A Car....Anyway In The Whole Episode Everybody Calls The Car A Maserati and On A Photograph They Show One But When Catherine Is Inspecting The Car And When She Is Talking To The Suspects Boss They Show A Jaguar XJ220,Not A Maserati:)
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Shadow on 11-06-2004
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Don writes:
Greetings, There is also another vehicle slip up, not sure of the episode, maybe someone knows? The setting was two youths backing their SUV over a deaf boy after beating him becuase he would not respond to them. When the team starting the case they only had a tail light lense to work with. The team stated that every vehicle had a 15 digit VIN number, which they were able to pull a partial from the cracked lense. From the number they were able to get enought to track the vehicle to its owner. #1 All cars from about 1981 have 17 digits in the VIN. #2 The lenses do have a DOT and OEM code on them, but its not the VIN. And while you can get an approximate year from the lense code, its not always accurate. In the same episode, they were able to determine the owner of the SUV was not driving at the time and was not alone. Reason, he tested negative for head lice. They determined the boy was killed by someone with lice. (it was foundon the body, and the seat head rest of the SUV) If the owner had spent ANY amount of time sitting in the same seat that had head lice, he would have tested positive- it spreads very easily. Any comments?
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