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                             CSI: UNSOLVED!
                       OTHER OCEAN - UBISOFT - 2010 DS
                            VERSION 1.0 GUIDE

==============================SOMMAIRE=========================================
1. Introduction
2. Keys for understanding the walkthrough
3. Walkthrough
          CASE 1: Better to Burn Out
          CASE 2: Wasted Wasteland
          CASE 3: The Good Life
          CASE 4: The Fourth Wall
          CASE 5: Body Shots
4. Cases Files
5. Copyright
===============================================================================

================
1. Introduction
================

This is the walkthrough for CSI: Unsolved! on DS, released in 2010. I've written
it in French and this is a translation of it.

I don't own a DSi, so, no word about the minigame using the camera will appear
here as I can't play it.

If I missed something, you can contact me, I will analyze your email and if
worthy, I'll update this file.

This walkthrough is currently published on:
- http://www.gamefaqs.com - arkena
- http://www.neoseeker.com - vicrabb
- http://www.supercheats.com - arkena

UPDATES:
Version 1.0 - 16th July 2011: Publication de la solution

==========================================
2. Keys for understanding the walkthrough
==========================================

Understand that the stylus is your new best friend because without it, you'll
be slowed. So, you know what to do when I'll say "tap" or "point".

For investigating a crime scene, you need to use the stylus to move around it.
Don't hesitate to abuse its use. I'll indicate you the right area.

When I say "hand", I want to mean "gloves". It's just the design of the icon
that made me use the former than the latter.

If you need to change locations, you have to tap the arrow in order to exit
the scene for the map.

For the lab, it's structured in three parts, just follow the name I'm giving
in order to go in the right place.

Some minigames are hard to explain because they're visual. For them, I'm giving
tips for solving them.

When you're in the lab, you need to point the machines with exclamation points,
then on the evidence with the same symbol and then on Analyze or Process (I
remind you that I don't have an English version of the game). All of the
collected items are processed by you, under Hodges's, Wendy's or Archie's watch.

The walkthrough tries to make you have 100% in questionning and collecting.
Processing is the only field where unforeseen factors can alter your score:
random minigames for example (fingerprints). For the Suspects Files, you'll find
the origin of information in Part 4.

Some minigames are so easy that I decided not to put the solution. I prefer to
put one when it requires more brainstorming from your part (like the last case
where DNA is a real challenge or the first case with your first toxicology
report).

About your discussions with the people you work with, it has no influence on
your score, so, go ahead, answer what you want.

==============
3. Walkthrough
==============

|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|CASE 1: BETTER TO BURN OUT
|CSI: Sara Sidle
|Victim: Jodi Kurt
|Suspects: Katherine Stoddard, Armen Beckner, Cameron Beary and Freeman Conlen
|Special mention: Gil Grissom (Sara and Jim)
|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|Collect: 20 pieces of evidence to find
|Analysis: 16 analysis to do
|Questions: 24 pieces of evidence (or nothing) to show
|Files: 30 pieces of information to find
 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

= Lab =

Talk with Brass so that he can send you to the Charleston Center.

= Charleston Center =

Talk with Sara. Normally, about Jodi in your file, you should have the first
point.

Tap on the camera recording the door (you should find it more or less in the
dark) and then point on the little plate on its side:

1) Series number
           Where: Entrance camera
           Tool: Brush
                    = Clean the screen with the stylus sot that Sara can
                      see the series number.

Take the following objects:

2) Cup of coffee (with Jodi's DNA)
          Where: Near the central sofa, in the right, on the floor
          Tool: Hand

Tap on the table on your right and take the following items:

3) Green pills
          Where: Bottom of the glass
          Tool: Hand

4) Ring (with fingerprint)
          Where: Near the green cup of coffee
          Tool: Brush
                    = Powder on the facing side, near the diamonds
                    = You have to blow air in the microphone

You can also observe these objects:
- Scorpion pattern
- Mirror
- Movement detector on the camera (red button)
- Laptop
- Letters from fans
- Teddy bear
- Clothes on the floor

Then, tap on the arrow in the left bottom corner to exit the scene.

You meet Armen Beckner, the victim's producer. Speak with him before going to
the lab because you'll get a new filled point in your files.

 --------Files---------
|Jodi Kurt: 2/11       |
|Armen Beckner: 1/5    |
 ----------------------

= Lab =

Talk with Hodges then process the objects you collected a few moments ago. The
order is up to you.

The machines are classified in this order - numbers before the proofs indicate
where you'll find them.

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(1) DNA on the cup of coffee: Jodi Kurt
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence. The top of your screen shows DNA parts in a random order, which
      means that I can't give you an exact solution. But I can show you the
      final DNA. As this first puzzle is easy, I will not write anything.

(2) Fingerprint (Ring): Cameron Beary
      The goal here is to choose two points and to search for a suspect. If the
      choosen points are the right ones, the result will be a name. If no, you
      have to have to choose new points (you know at least the number of the
      right ones). Unfortunately for you, the puzzle is random, so, I give only
      who you'll find.

(6) Blood sample: Painkillers
      The goal here is to make a molecule. Each ball is colored. You have to
      drag and drop molecule parts in the right list on the pattern. The colors
      must be related: a blue ball goes on a blue ball when you have to stack
      them I'm giving you the pattern with the colors, it will be up to you to
      find the right molecule part.

          - = Grey ball
          B = Blue
          R = Red
          G = Green

                                           B
                                             - G
                                           R     - B
                                       B     - R    -
                                         - G       R


Sara comes back with a video from the camera: Cameron Beary enters and exits
Jodi's room.

 --------Files---------
|Jodi Kurt: 2/11       |
|Armen Beckner: 1/5    |
|Cameron Beary: 2/3    |
 ----------------------

 = Brass =

Cameron Beary's questionning:
                   = Pictures of Cameron (I never entered the room)
                   = Criminal record (I'm not a criminal)
                   = No proof (Jodi asked the security to let me in)
                   = Ring (I didn't touched anything)

 --------Files---------
|Jodi Kurt: 2/11       |
|Armen Beckner: 1/5    |
|Cameron Beary: 3/3    |
 ----------------------

= Morgue =

Talk to Doc Robbins, then observe the body:

1) Sting trace
          Where: Hand near the head
          Tool: Camera
                    = Turn the lens until the camera icon shows itself in the
                      top right corner. Tap on it.

2) Jodi Kurt's saliva
          Where: Mouth
          Tool: Swab

If you look at the following list, you should get information you need for
scoring a 100% for the files.
- Eyes
- Scorpion jewels

You can observe:
- Scorpion Tattoo

 --------Files---------
|Jodi Kurt: 7/11       |
|Armen Beckner: 1/5    |
|Cameron Beary: 3/3    |
 ----------------------

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(5) Toxicology sample: Venom, alcohol and medicines
      The goal is the same as in match-3 game. Tap on what you want to switch.
      
        Beginning

                   07
           01  04  YY
           02  05  08
           03  06  XX  09

        Switch 09 - XX

                   07
           01  04  YY
           02  05  08  XX

        Switch 04 - 05

                   07
           01  05  YY  XX

        Switch 07 - YY
        
                    YY XX

(6) Saliva: Venom
      The goal here is to make a molecule. Each ball is colored. You have to
      drag and drop molecule parts in the right list on the pattern. The colors
      must be related: a blue ball goes on a blue ball when you have to stack
      them I'm giving you the pattern with the colors, it will be up to you to
      find the right molecule part.

          - = Grey ball
          B = Blue
          R = Red
          G = Green

                                               G
                                                 -
                                       B       R
                                         - R     - B
                                             - B
                                           R     - B
                                               G

 --------Files---------
|Jodi Kurt: 8/11       |
|Armen Beckner: 1/5    |
|Cameron Beary: 3/3    |
|Freeman Conlen: 2/6   |
 ----------------------

= Freeman Conlen's Trail =

Take the following items:

1) Painkillers
          Where: Left chest, next to the camera
          Tool: Hand

2) DNA on the syringue
          Where: Small table in front of the sofa
          Tool: Luminol (spray)
                    = Put Luminol on the table and on the needle. When the game
                      takes control, it means you've put enough of it.

3) Syringe content
          Where: Small table in front of the sofa
          Tool: Automatic sample

4) Pictures with scorpions
          Where: Vivarium near the bar
          Tool: Camera
                    = Turn the lens until the camera icon shows itself in the
                      top right corner. Tap on it.

5) Fingerprint (Champagne glass)
          Where: Right glass on the bar
          Tool: Brush
                    = Powder on the right glass
                    = You have to blow air in the microphone

Tap on the left vivarium on your right and take:

6) Piece of scorpion shell
           Where: Near the branch
           Tool: Hand

7) Fingerprint (vivarium)
           Where: Bottom right corner
           Tool: Brush
                    = Powder on this corner (on the brown stain)
                    = You have to blow air in the microphone

You can also look at these objects:
- Trashcan on your right
- Painting
- Jukebox

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(1) DNA from the syringue: Jodi Kurt
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence.

(6) Sample from the syringue: Saline solution
      The goal here is to make a molecule. Each ball is colored. You have to
      drag and drop molecule parts in the right list on the pattern. The colors
      must be related: a blue ball goes on a blue ball when you have to stack
      them I'm giving you the pattern with the colors, it will be up to you to
      find the right molecule part.

          - = Grey ball
          B = Blue
          R = Red
          G = Green

                                           G
                                       R     - B
                                   G     - R
                                     - G     - B
                                   R     - G
                                     - B

(6) Painkillers: Match with those found near Jodi
      The goal here is to find where the pictures are on the touch screen. You
      need to place the lens on what you think can match one of the pics and
      then, to tap the icon in the bottom right. Here, pay attention to the
      balls.

(2) Fingerprint (glass): Jodi Kurt
      The goal here is to choose two points and to search a suspect. If they
      are correct, you'll get the owner's name.

(2) Fingerprint (vivarium): Jodi Kurt
      The goal here is to choose three points and to search a suspect. If they
      are correct, you'll get the owner's name.

= Brass =

Freeman Colen's questionning:
                   = Fingerprint on the glass (Jodi didn't have a drink)
                   = Painkillers (I don't take drugs)
                   = No proof (There is nothing between Jodi and me)
                   = Shell of a scorpion (I have only Whithei)
                   = Jodi's blood on the syringue (The syringe has nothing to
                     to do with Jodi)

Sara calls you: there is another fingerprint on the vivarium and it's belonging
to one of the dancers, Katherine Stoddard.

 ---------Files----------
|Jodi Kurt: 10/11        |
|Armen Beckner: 1/5      |
|Cameron Beary: 3/3      |
|Freeman Conlen: 6/6     |
|Katherine Stoddard: 1/5 |
 ------------------------

= Katherine Stoddard's Apartment =

Take:

1) Picture of the altar dedicated to Jodi
          Where: Behind the front table
          Tool: Camera
                    = Turn the lens until the camera icon shows itself in the
                      top right corner. Tap on it.

2) Pair of scissors (with fingerprints)
          Where: Table with papers and glue
          Tool: Brush
                    = Powder on the handle
                    = You have to blow air in the microphone

3) Book about scorpions
         Where: Little table on your right
         Tool: Hand

Tap on the home studio and take:

4) Memory card
         Where: Desk
         Tool: Hand

You can look at:
- Friends' pictures (anywhere)
- Movie poster (anywhere)
- Movie poster (studio)
- Guitar case
- Fashion magazines
- Candle
- Papers and glue
- Bookcase

 ---------Files----------
|Jodi Kurt: 10/11        |
|Armen Beckner: 1/5      |
|Cameron Beary: 3/3      |
|Freeman Conlen: 6/6     |
|Katherine Stoddard: 3/5 |
 ------------------------

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(2) Fingerprint (scissors): Katherine Stoddard
      The goal here is to choose two points and to search a suspect. If they
      are correct, you'll get the owner's name.

(4) Digital video: Katherine doing Jodi's choreography
      The goal here is to place the missing parts in the rights pictures.

= Brass =

Katherine Stoddard's questionning:
                   = Book (I have no knowledge about scorpions)
                   = Fingerprint on the vivarium (I never went in Conlen's
                     trail)
                   = Altar picture (I'm not Jodi's fan)
                   = No proof (contract)
                   = Video (I am not interested in singing)

 ---------Files----------
|Jodi Kurt: 10/11        |
|Armen Beckner: 2/5      |
|Cameron Beary: 3/3      |
|Freeman Conlen: 6/6     |
|Katherine Stoddard: 4/5 |
 ------------------------

= Lab =

Archie found an interesting picture: Jodi entering the room with a cup of coffee
in her hand. And venom was found in it.

 ---------Files----------
|Jodi Kurt: 11/11        |
|Armen Beckner: 2/5      |
|Cameron Beary: 3/3      |
|Freeman Conlen: 6/6     |
|Katherine Stoddard: 4/5 |
 ------------------------

= Armen Beckner's Office =

Take the following items:

1) Armen's mailbox
         Where: Laptop on the desk
         Tool: Hand

2) Album model
         Where: Desk (under papers on the right)
         Tool: Hand
                    = Remove the papers to access the CD

Tap on the open drawer and take:

3) Programme
          Where: Open drawer
          Tool: Hand

Tap on the sofa and collect:

4) Sample from the stain on the sofa
          Where: Right side of the sofa (black stain)
          Tool: Swab

You can look at:
- Hi-Fi
- Outside view
- Gold record

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(1) DNA on the sofa: Armen Beckner and Katherine Stoddard
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence.

(3) Album sleeve: It's a project for a posthumous album
      The goal is to reconstruct the picture. Some tips:
                 - the red line: on the left
                 - Jodi: in the middle
                 - Jodi's name: above her
                 - Scorpion: bottom right corner
                 - Star: top right corner
                 - Text: at Jodi's right

(4) Armen's mailbox: Threatening Email with possible break of the contract
      The goal here is to find where the pictures are on the touch screen. You
      need to place the lens on what you think can match one of the pics and
      then, to tap the icon in the bottom right:
                     - Base of the cross
                     - Above the last Z/2
                     - K (first letter)

 ---------Files----------
|Jodi Kurt: 11/11        |
|Armen Beckner: 5/5      |
|Cameron Beary: 3/3      |
|Freeman Conlen: 6/6     |
|Katherine Stoddard: 4/5 |
 ------------------------

= Brass =

Armen Beckner's questionning:
                   = Email (I have no problem with Jodi)
                   = No proof (I never was violent with Jodi)
                   = DNA on the sofa (I never had a relationship with Katherine)
                   = Video (Katherine isn't as good as Jodi)
                   = Poshtumous album (Now, I have nothing to sell)

= Katherine Stoddard's Apartment =

Tap on the lamp icon. Then pass over the box in order to find your witness,
dead.

 ---------Files----------
|Jodi Kurt: 11/11        |
|Armen Beckner: 5/5      |
|Cameron Beary: 3/3      |
|Freeman Conlen: 6/6     |
|Katherine Stoddard: 5/5 |
 ------------------------
 
= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(6) Scorpion: Tool markings matching to those coming from Katherine's scissors
      The goal here is to find where the pictures are on the touch screen. You
      need to place the lens on what you think can match one of the pics and
      then, to tap the icon in the bottom right.

= Brass =

Katherine Stoddard's questionning:
                   = No proof (Armen will be my manager)
                   = Fingerprint on the vivarium (I never touched the vivarium)
                   = Programme (Jodi left immediately the stage)
                   = Tool markings (Not the right tools)
                   = Fingerprint on the scissors (I never touched the scissors)

Look at the end of the case and Catherine will give you your ratings.

END OF INVESTIGATION

                            ~~~~~~~~~~~~

|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|CASE 2: Wasted Wasteland
|CSI: Ray Langston
|Victim: Peter Hiller
|Suspects: Liv Forsyth, Holden Brant and Franco Mendez
|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|Collect: 32 pieces of evidence to find
|Analysis: 17 analysis to do
|Questions: 20 pieces of evidence (or nothing) to show
|Files: 47 pieces of information to find
 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

= Desert =

Talk with Ray then take the following items:

1) Colorful material
         Where: Rock next to the switch
         Tool: Tweezer

2) Member card
         Where: On the right of the black box (white part being visible)
         Tool: Brush
                    = Clean the sand on the card

= Sport Club Bronze =

Franco Mendez gives you the list with members' names on it.

 --------Files--------
|Victim: 3/19         |
|Franco Mendez: 2/10  |
 ---------------------

= Morgue =

Talk to Doc Robbins then take the following items:

1) Pigments
         Where: Right hand
         Tool: Swab

2) White fiber
         Where: Mouth
         Tool: Tweezer
                    = You have to insert the tweezer with caution in the
                      hole with the stylus but pay attention, you CAN'T LET GO
                      OF THE STYLUS or else you have to start again. When you
                      are holding the fiber, you have to make some light
                      vertical moves for unblocking it. Then, remove the tweezer
                      slowly out of the hole. When the game is taking back
                      control, it means that the operation was a success.
                      Remember one thing: NEVER LET GO OF THE STYLUS, NEVER
                      REMOVE IT FROM THE SCREEN.

3) Powder residues
         Where: Manche (elbow)
         Tool: Swab

For completing your files, observe:
- Red shoe on the plate

You can also look at:
- Torso
- Slit on torso (not really visible)
- Pocket of the trousers

 --------Files--------
|Victim: 10/19        |
|Franco Mendez: 2/10  |
 ---------------------

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(3) White fiber: Piece of plastic
      The goal here is to make a molecule. Each ball is colored. You have to
      drag and drop molecule parts in the right list on the pattern. The colors
      must be related: a blue ball goes on a blue ball when you have to stack
      them I'm giving you the pattern with the colors, it will be up to you to
      find the right molecule part.

          - = Grey ball
          B = Blue
          R = Red
          G = Green

                                         - B
                                     - G
                                   B     - B
                                     - R
                                   R     - B
                                     - G

(5) Toxicology report (Blood sample): Nothing wrong
      The goal is the same as in match-3 game. Tap on what you want to switch.
      No need for a solution because it is obvious.

(6) Pigments: Lipstick
      The goal is to solve a puzzle. Start by the corner to have easier.

(6) Green material: Carriage paint
      The goal here is to find where the pictures are on the touch screen. You
      need to place the lens on what you think can match one of the pics and
      then, to tap the icon in the bottom right.

Ray found the victim's name: Peter Hiller. Now, the files concerning him will
be under his name.

 --------Files---------
|Peter Hiller: 12/19   |
|Franco Mendez: 2/10   |
 ----------------------

= Sport Club Bronze =

Take the following items:

1) Blood from the pool
          Where: Stairs (entrance of the pool)
          Tool: Luminol (spray)
                    = Put Luminol on the stains. When the game takes control,
                      it means you've put enough of it.

Tap on the left locker (on your right):

2) Blood from the locker
          Where: Beneded part of the locker
          Tool: Swab

Tap on the middle locker to see what's inside:

3) Fingerprint from the wallet
          Where: Wallet
          Tool: Brush
                    = Powder on the right side and on the fold
                    = You have to blow air in the microphone

4) White powder
          Where: Bottom shelf
          Tool: Adhesive

To complete Franco Mendez's file, look at the notice on the glass.

You can also look at:
- Basketball board
- Dumbells
- Jogging machine
- Towel with the name "Liv"

 --------Files---------
|Peter Hiller: 12/19   |
|Franco Mendez: 3/10   |
 ----------------------

 = Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(1) DNA from the pool: Peter Hiller
      The goal here is to find where the pictures are on the touch screen. You
      need to place the lens on what you think can match one of the pics and
      then, to tap the icon in the bottom right.
                      Picture n2: End of the first loop (bottom)
                      Picture n4: Beginning of the second loop

(1) DNA from the locker: Franco Mendez
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence.

(2) Fingerprint from the wallet: Franco Mendez
      The goal here is to choose three points and to search a suspect. If they
      are correct, you'll get the owner's name.

(6) White powder: Pure coke
      The goal here is to make a molecule. Each ball is colored. You have to
      drag and drop molecule parts in the right list on the pattern. The colors
      must be related: a blue ball goes on a blue ball when you have to stack
      them I'm giving you the pattern with the colors, it will be up to you to
      find the right molecule part.

          - = Grey ball
          B = Blue
          R = Red
          G = Green

                                   R     - B       G
                                     - G     - B     - B
                                   B     - R     - G
                                             - R

 --------Files---------
|Peter Hiller: 13/19   |
|Franco Mendez: 6/10   |
 ----------------------

= Brass =

Franco Mendez's questionning:
                   = DNA from the locker (I didn't force the locker)
                   = Fingerprint from the wallet (I didn't touch the wallet)
                   = No proof (I didn't take what was inside the wallet)
                   = No proof (I didn't touch to the coke)
                   = Peter Hiller's blood (Peter was never wounded)

When you're done with Mendez, Ray tells you that Hiller was working at
Brant's Place.

 --------Files---------
|Peter Hiller: 14/19   |
|Franco Mendez: 6/10   |
 ----------------------

= Brant's Place =

Tap on the piano and take:

1) Bullet
          Where: Wall behind the piano
          Tool: Tweezer
                    = You have to insert the tweezer with caution in the
                      hole with the stylus but pay attention, you CAN'T LET GO
                      OF THE STYLUS or else you have to start again. When you
                      are holding the bullet, you have to make some light
                      vertical moves for unblocking it. Then, remove the tweezer
                      slowly out of the hole. When the game is taking back the
                      control, it means that the operation was a success.
                      Remember one thing: NEVER LET GO OF THE STYLUS, NEVER
                      REMOVE IT FROM THE SCREEN.

Point on the bottle shelf behind the bar and take:

2) White powder
          Where: Outside the safe
          Tool: Adhesive

3) Fingerprint on the packet
          Where: Safe
          Tool: Brush
                    = Powder on the visible side
                    = You have to blow air in the microphone

Point on the floor behind the bar and take

4) Picture of water damage
          Where: Under the aquarium
          Tool: Camera
                    = Turn the lens until the camera icon shows itself in the
                      top right corner. Tap on it.

5) Blood from the bar
          Where: Brown stain on the floor (left)
          Tool: Luminol (spray)
                    = Put Luminol on the stains. When the game takes control,
                      it means you've put enough of it.

You can look at:
- Glasses on the left table
- Piano: Plate on the side with the name "Liv"
- Bar: Orange bottle
- Floor of the bar: Aquarium

 --------Files---------
|Peter Hiller: 14/19   |
|Franco Mendez: 6/10   |
|Holden Brant: 1/11    |
 ----------------------

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(1) DNA from the floor: Peter Hiller
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence.

(2) Fingerprint from the packet: Holden Brant
      The goal here is to choose two points and to search a suspect. If they
      are correct, you'll get the owner's name.

(3) Bullet: 9mm
      The goal here is to find where the pictures are on the touch screen. You
      need to place the lens on what you think can match one of the pics and
      then, to tap the icon in the bottom right.

(6) White powder from the safe: Pure coke
      The goal here is to make a molecule. Each ball is colored. You have to
      drag and drop molecule parts in the right list on the pattern. The colors
      must be related: a blue ball goes on a blue ball when you have to stack
      them I'm giving you the pattern with the colors, it will be up to you to
      find the right molecule part.

          - = Grey ball
          B = Blue
          R = Red
          G = Green

                                 - R
                               B     - B
                                 - G     - G
                               R     - B     -
                                   R     - R
                                     - G

= Brass =

Holden Brant's questionning:
                   = No proof (my weapon licence is in order)
                   = Bullet (no gunshot in the bar)
                   = Peter's blood on the floor (nothing happened to Peter)
                   = Water damage (Nothing is wrong with the aquarium)
                   = Brant's fingerprint on the packet (it's not my coke)

 --------Files---------
|Peter Hiller: 19/19   |
|Franco Mendez: 6/10   |
|Holden Brant: 11/11   |
 ----------------------

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

Wendy manages to identify another DNA on the floor.

(5) DNA n2 from the floor: DNA belonging to a woman
      The goal is the same as in match-3 game. Tap on what you want to switch.
      No need for a solution because it is obvious.

Ray arrives with Brant's weapon.

- DNA from the weapon: DNA belonging to woman from Brant's family
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence.

= Brass =

Liv Forsyth's questionning:
                   = Lipstick (Peter wasn't lucky with girls)
                   = DNA belonging to a woman with Peter's (I wasn't in the bar)
                   = No proof (I never took drugs)
                   = Powder residues on Peter's clothes (Nobody shooted Peter)
                   = DNA from the weapon (I never touched that weapon)

 --------Files---------
|Peter Hiller: 19/19   |
|Franco Mendez: 6/10   |
|Holden Brant: 11/11   |
|Liv Forsyth: 7/7      |
 ----------------------

= Desert =

Use the machine on the grave and when you see an orange item, use the hand to
have a better view. Then, use powder above the button and blow air in the
microphone.

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

Ray was called by a car rental agency. Franco Mendez did rent one with the same
color as the paint found in the desert. Ray found also a sample of blood from
the trunk.

(1) DNA from the trunk: Peter Hiller
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence.

(2) Fingerprint from the nozzle: Franco Mendez
      The goal here is to choose three points and to search a suspect. If they
      are correct, you'll get the owner's name.

(3) Nozzle: Hiller's teeth markings
      The goal here is to find where the pictures are on the touch screen. You
      need to place the lens on what you think can match one of the pics and
      then, to tap the icon in the bottom right.

 --------Files---------
|Peter Hiller: 19/19   |
|Franco Mendez: 10/10  |
|Holden Brant: 11/11   |
|Liv Forsyth: 7/7      |
 ----------------------

= Brass =

Franco Mendez's questionning:
                   = Car rental contract (I never rented a car)
                   = Green paint (I stayed in town)
                   = Peter's blood in the trunk (Peter wasn't in the car)
                   = Nozzle (I don't know why Peter has soda in the lungs)
                   = Fingerprint from the nozzle (I didn't drown Peter)

Congrats, you just finished your second case. Now, Catherine will give your
grades.

END OF CASE

                            ~~~~~~~~~~~~

|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|CASE 3: The Good Life
|CSI: Nick Stockes
|Victim: Amy Corrigan
|Suspects: Cesar Vega, Dean Eshback et James Dearling
|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|Collect: 40 pieces of evidence to find
|Analysis: 18 analysis to do
|Questions: 34 pieces of evidence (or nothing) to show
|Files: 41 pieces of information to find
 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

= Silverpine's Pharmacy =

Talk to Nick to complete your files.

Take the following items: 

1) Bleach on the floor
         Where: In front of the glass door
         Tool: Swab

2) Fingerprint from the closet
         Where: Third top grey closet on the right (handle)
         Tool: Brush
                    = Powder on the handle
                    = You have to blow air in the microphone

3) Blood from the right table
         Where: Table with bottles
         Tool: Luminol (spray)
                    = Put Luminol on the stains. When the game takes control,
                      it means you've put enough of it.

Tap on the closet where the body was found and take:

4) White disks
         Where: On the left, on the floor
         Tool: Hand

5) Hair
         Where: Deadlock of the closet
         Tool: Tweezer

You can observe:
- Blue lamp
- Baxter
- Computer
- Water fountain
- Poster of the endocrinal system
- Poster of the organs
- Plant
- Shelves
- Open crate
- Closed boxes
- Closet: handles
- Closet: blood from the victim

 --------Files---------
|Amy Corrigan: 2/15    |
|Dean Eshback: 1/7     |
|James Dearling: 1/9   |
 ----------------------

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(1) DNA from the hair: Amy Corrigan
      The goal here is to find where the pictures are on the touch screen. You
      need to place the lens on what you think can match one of the pics and
      then, to tap the icon in the bottom right.

(1) DNA from the table: Amy Corrigan
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence.

(2) Fingerprint from the handle closet: Dean Eshback
      The goal here is to choose two points and to search a suspect. If they
      are correct, you'll get the owner's name.

= Morgue =

Talk with our dear coroner and observe the body:

1) Receipt from a broker
         Where: Plate of the morgue
         Tool: Hand

2) Fiber from the bracelet
         Where: Bracelet on the plate of the morgue
         Tool: Tweezer

3) Black disks
         Where: Plate of the morgue
         Tool: Hand

4) Material under the nails
         Where: Nail(hand in the right)
         Tool: Swab
                    = Follow the points.

5) Wooden shard
         Where: Amy's mouth
         Tool: Magnifying glass

Tap on the hand on the left to add a piece of information in your files.

You can look at:
- Eyes

When you have all the items, Doc will propose to use the UV on the corpse.
Tap on the icon to switch on the machine. You'll have three fluorescent areas
when you're moving the light:
- Leg (piece of information for your files)
- Arm (just a look)
- Neck (use of the camera with the associated minigame)

 --------Files---------
|Amy Corrigan: 10/15   |
|Dean Eshback: 1/7     |
|James Dearling: 1/9   |
 ----------------------

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(1) DNA from material under the nails: Dean Eshback
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence.

(3) Fiber from the bracelet: Cotton
      The goal here is to make a molecule. Each ball is colored. You have to
      drag and drop molecule parts in the right list on the pattern. The colors
      must be related: a blue ball goes on a blue ball when you have to stack
      them I'm giving you the pattern with the colors, it will be up to you to
      find the right molecule part.

          - = Grey ball
          B = Blue
          R = Red
          G = Green

                                G     - R
                                  - G     - G
                                R     - B     - R
                                  - G     - G
                                      - B
                                    R

(5) Sample blood from the morgue: Medicines in the blood
      The goal is the same as in match-3 game. Tap on what you want to switch.

        Beginning

                           11
           01  04  07      12      16
           02  05  08  09  13      17
           03  06  XX  10  14  15  18

        Switch 03 - 06

                           11
               04  07      12      16
               05  08  09  13      17
               03  XX  10  14  15  18
        
        Switch 08 - 05

                           11
                   07      12      16
                   05  09  13      17
                   XX  10  14  15  18

        Switch 15 - 18
        
                           11
                   07      12
                   05  09  13
                   XX  10  14  18

        Switch 13 - 14

                   07      11
                   05      12
                   XX  09  14

        Switch 09 - 14
        
                  07
                  05
                  XX 14

        Switch 14 - XX

= Brass =

Dean Eshback's questionning:
                   = Skin under the nail (I don't know the victim)
                   = No proof (I don't cheat on her)
                   = Fingerprint on the handle (I never went in the pharmacy)
                   = Toxicology report (Amy didn't touch drugs)
                   = No proof (Amy would never cheat on him)
                   = No proof (I didn't beat Amy)
                   = DNA on the table (I never inflicted a wound on Amy in the
                     pharmacy)

 --------Files---------
|Amy Corrigan: 12/15   |
|Dean Eshback: 3/7     |
|James Dearling: 1/9   |
 ----------------------

= Lab =

Nick reveals that Amy was visiting Cesar Vega, one of the customers.

 --------Files---------
|Amy Corrigan: 12/15   |
|Dean Eshback: 3/7     |
|James Dearling: 1/9   |
|Cesar Vega: 2/10      |
 ----------------------

= Cesar Vega's Bedroom =

Take the following items:

1) Prescription
         Where: Table
         Tool: Hand
                    = Clean the paper with the stylus

2) Stain sample from the bed
         Where: Visible side of the bed, near the nightstand
         Tool: Swab

Tap on the chimney and take:

3) Will
         Where: On the chimney
         Tool: Hand

Tap on the glass cabinet and take:

4) Picture of Vega's collection
         Where: Casket
         Tool: Camera

You can observe:
- Statue in the back
- Hunting rifles

 --------Files---------
|Amy Corrigan: 13/15   |
|Dean Eshback: 3/7     |
|James Dearling: 1/9   |
|Cesar Vega: 4/10      |
 ----------------------

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(1) DNA of the bed: Cesar Vega and Amy Corrigan
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence.

= Brass =

Cesar Vega's questionning:
                   = No proof (Amy came two or three days per week)
                   = Stain on the bed (We're not having a relationship)
                   = Prescription (I don't take painkillers)
                   = No proof (I'm not her only lover)
                   = Juridic fax (I don't need to give her something)
                   = Picture of the collection (I don't have valuable things)
                   = No proof (I never layed an hand on her)

 --------Files---------
|Amy Corrigan: 13/15   |
|Dean Eshback: 3/7     |
|James Dearling: 1/9   |
|Cesar Vega: 9/10      |
 ----------------------

= Locker Room =

Tap on James Dearling's locker and take:

1) Blood on the sleeve
         Where: Green sleeve
         Tool: Swab

Tap on Amy Corrigan's locker to find:

2) Mobile phone
         Where: Coat pocket
         Tool: Hand

3) Complaint letter
         Where: Near the hinge of the door
         Tool: Hand

4) Fingerprint (locker)
         Where: Stains on the left
         Tool: Brush
                    = Powder on the stains
                    = You have to blow air in the microphone

Then, tap on the garbage (hand) and remove the papers to find:

5) Broker receipt
         Where: In the trashcan
         Tool: Hand

Finally, tap on Dean Eshback's locker:

6) Torn paper
         Where: In the back of the locker
         Tool: Hand

You can look at:
- Dearling's locker: Clippings
- Corrigan's locker: Stickers
- Corrigan's locker: Clothes

 --------Files---------
|Amy Corrigan: 14/15   |
|Dean Eshback: 3/7     |
|James Dearling: 2/9   |
|Cesar Vega: 9/10      |
 ----------------------

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(1) DNA from the mobile phone: James Dearling
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence.

(2) Fingerprint from the locker: James Dearling
      The goal here is to choose three points and to search a suspect. If they
      are correct, you'll get the owner's name.

(3) Torn paper: Timetable
       You need to reconstrute the paper: keep in mind that the numbers go
       in the upper part and that you don't have to rotate the pieces.

(3) Broker receipt: Hodges will analyse it

(4) Mobile phone: Archie will analyse it (if you did the DNA analysis before)

(6) Blood from the sleeve: Amy Corrigan
      The goal here is to make a molecule. Each ball is colored. You have to
      drag and drop molecule parts in the right list on the pattern. The colors
      must be related: a blue ball goes on a blue ball when you have to stack
      them I'm giving you the pattern with the colors, it will be up to you to
      find the right molecule part.

          - = Grey ball
          B = Blue
          R = Red
          G = Green

                                 - G
                               B     - R
                                 - B
                               R     - R
                                   B     - R
                                     - G
                                   G

= Brass =

James Dearling's questionning:
                   = Timetable (I work only during the night)
                   = Amy's complaint (I never annoyed Amy)
                   = Blood on the sleeve (Why me?)
                   = No proof (I never fight witht someone)
                   = Fingerprint from the locker (I never touched her locker)
                   = DNA from the mobile phone (I never touched her phone)
                   = No proof (I didn't expect something from Amy)

 --------Files-----------
|Amy Corrigan: 15/15   |
|Dean Eshback: 3/7     |
|James Dearling: 7/9   |
|Cesar Vega: 9/10      |
 ----------------------

= Locker Room =

After the cinematic in the lab, use the machine on the grille:

1) Will exemplary
         Where: Behind the grille
         Tool: Hand

2) Pen with fingerprint
         Where: Behind the grille
         Tool: Brush

3) Birth certificate
         Where: Behind the grille
         Tool: Hand

4) Ink from the pen
         Where: Behind the grille
         Tool: Swab

5) Ancient coin
         Where: Behind the grille
         Tool: Hand

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(2) Fingerprint on the pen: Dean Eshback
      The goal here is to choose two points and to search a suspect. If they
      are correct, you'll get the owner's name.

(3) Ink of the pen: New ink
      The goal here is to find where the pictures are on the touch screen. You
      need to place the lens on what you think can match one of the pics and
      then, to tap the icon in the bottom right.

(4) Will: It's a fake.
      The goal here is to find where the pictures are on the touch screen. You
      need to place the lens on what you think can match one of the pics and
      then, to tap the icon in the bottom right.

Archie will hand you a copy of a SMS.

 --------Files---------
|Amy Corrigan: 15/15   |
|Dean Eshback: 6/7     |
|James Dearling: 7/9   |
|Cesar Vega: 10/10     |
 ----------------------

= Brass =

Dean Eshback's questionning:
                   = Birth certificate (I don't know Luis Azaro)
                   = No proof (I don't care about Amy and Vega)
                   = SMS (I'm not taking part to Amy's plan)
                   = Fake will (I wasn't after Vega's money)
                   = New ink (It's not a fake)
                   = Fingerprint on the pen (I never touched the pen)

 --------Files---------
|Amy Corrigan: 15/15   |
|Dean Eshback: 7/7     |
|James Dearling: 7/9   |
|Cesar Vega: 10/10     |
 ----------------------

= Staircase =

Rcuprez les indices suivants:

1) Broken tooth
         Where: Left ramp
         Tool: Tweezer

2) Ancient coin
         Where: Staircase
         Tool: Tweezer
                    = You have to insert the tweezer with caution in the
                      hole with the stylus but pay attention, you CAN'T LET GO
                      OF THE STYLUS or else you have to start again. When you
                      are holding the coin, you have to make some light vertical
                      moves for unblocking it. Then, remove the tweezer slowly
                      out of the hole. When the game is taking back the control,
                      it means that the operation was a success. Remember one
                      thing: NEVER LET GO OF THE STYLUS, NEVER REMOVE IT FROM
                      THE SCREEN.

3) Brown disks
         Where: Botton of the stairs, in the right
         Tool: Hand

4) Blood on the floor
         Where: Botton of the stairs in the right
         Tool: Luminol (spray)
                    = Put Luminol on the stains. When the game takes control,
                      it means you've put enough of it.

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(1) DNA from the floor: Amy Corrigan
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence.

      *Legend*
      C = Square
      N = Nuclear symbol
      O = Circle
      X = X
      P = Plus
      V = V

      *Parts*
      
      (a) XOCN      (f)  P N
      (b) CCNP      (g) XPNX
      (c) C X       (h)  X N
      (d) N P       (i) PX
      (e)   NC
      
      *Solution*
      CCNP|XOCN|NXPN|PXNC|XPNX|CPXN
      
      bbbb|aaaa|dhdh|iiee|gggg|cfcf
      
(3) Ancient coin (fingerprint): James Dearling
      The goal here is to choose three points and to search a suspect. If they
      are correct, you'll get the owner's name.

(3) Disks: Necklace with fingerprint
      The goal is to rebuild the necklace. Here are the colors:
      
      M = Brown
      N = Black
      W = White

                M  W
               N    N
              W      M
               M   W
                 N

(2) Fingerprint on the necklace: James Dearling
      The goal here is to choose three points and to search a suspect. If they
      are correct, you'll get the owner's name.

 --------Files---------
|Amy Corrigan: 15/15   |
|Dean Eshback: 7/7     |
|James Dearling: 8/9   |
|Cesar Vega: 10/10     |
 ----------------------

= Brass =

James Dearling's questionning:
                   = No proof (I never went outside)
                   = Fingerprint on the coin (I never took these stairs)
                   = Broker receipt (Vega gave me the coin)
                   = No proof (I wanted to get that coin back to Vega)
                   = No proof (Vega didn't ask something from me)
                   = Cotton fiber (I wasn't next to Amy)
                   = Fingerprint on the necklace (I never strangled her)

 --------Files---------
|Amy Corrigan: 15/15   |
|Dean Eshback: 7/7     |
|James Dearling: 9/9   |
|Cesar Vega: 10/10     |
 ----------------------

Good, you just solved this case. And now, it's Catherine's turn to do her magic.

END OF CASE

                            ~~~~~~~~~~~~

|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|CASE 4: The Fourth Wall
|CSI: Greg Sanders
|Victim: Arthur Peterman
|Suspects: Kelly Anderson, Lee Mentzer, Grant Bauslaugh
|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|Collect: 33 pieces of evidence to find
|Analysis: 16 analysis to do
|Questions: 25 pieces of evidence (or nothing) to show
|Files: 29 pieces of information to find
 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

= Lecture room =

Take the following items:

1) Fingerprint on the vase
         Where: Belly of the vase
         Tool: Brush
                    = Powder on the belly
                    = You have to blow air in the microphone

2) Picture of the step
         Where: On the floor, near the flower
         Tool: Camera
                    = Turn the lens until the camera icon shows itself in the
                      top right corner. Tap on it.

3) Grains
         Where: On the floor, near the rug
         Tool: Adhesive

4) Stain on the bed
         Where: Right of the second pillar
         Tool: Swab

Tap on the clothes, use the hand to remove them and take:

5) Prescription
         Where: Under the clothes
         Tool: Hand

You can observe
- Rope
- Posters on the wall
- Chimney
- Dummy

Talk with Lee Mentzer.

 ---------Files----------
|Arthur Peterman: 4/11   |
|Kelly Anderson: 1/6     |
|Grant Bauslaugh: 1/6    |
|Lee Mentzer: 2/6        |
 ------------------------

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(1) DNA of the bed: Arthur Peterman
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence. There are several solutions to this puzzle, I give only one.
      
      *Legend*
      C = Square
      N = Nuclear symbol
      O = Circle
      X = X
      P = Plus
      V = V

      *Parts*
      
      (a) ONXO      (f) ONXC
      (b) O  C      (g) X N
      (c) O X       (h)  C O
      (d) XCNO      (i) N O
      (e)  NX
      
      *Solution*
      XCNO|ONXC|XCNO|ONXO|ONXO|ONXC
      
      dddd|ffff|ghgh|aaaa|cici|beeb

(2) Fingerprint on the vase: Grant Bauslaugh
      The goal here is to choose four points and to search a suspect. If they
      are correct, you'll get the owner's name.

(6) Grains: Broken glass
      The goal here is to make a molecule. Each ball is colored. You have to
      drag and drop molecule parts in the right list on the pattern. The colors
      must be related: a blue ball goes on a blue ball when you have to stack
      them I'm giving you the pattern with the colors, it will be up to you to
      find the right molecule part.

          - = Grey ball
          B = Blue
          R = Red
          G = Green

                                   B
                                     - G
                                   B     - R
                                     - B     -
                                 - R     - G
                               B       G     -
                                           B

 ---------Files----------
|Arthur Peterman: 4/11   |
|Kelly Anderson: 1/6     |
|Grant Bauslaugh: 2/6    |
|Lee Mentzer: 2/6        |
 ------------------------

= Morgue =

Talk with Doc and take the following items:

1) Picture of a sting trace
         Where: Belly
         Tool: Camera
                    = Turn the lens until the camera icon shows itself in the
                      top right corner. Tap on it.

2) Rope fiber
         Where: Right wrist
         Tool: Tweezer

3) Badge
         Where: Plate
         Tool: Hand

You can observe:
- Nose
- Chest

 ---------Files----------
|Arthur Peterman: 8/11   |
|Kelly Anderson: 1/6     |
|Grant Bauslaugh: 2/6    |
|Lee Mentzer: 2/6        |
 ------------------------

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(5) Blood sample: Medicines
      The goal is the same as in match-3 game. Tap on what you want to switch.

        Beginning

               02
               03  06  YY
               04  07  10
               XX  08  11
           01  05  09  12  13

        Switch: 06 - YY

               02
               03  YY
               04  07
               XX  08
           01  05  09  12  13

        
        Switch 08 - 09

               02
               03  YY
               04  07
           01  XX  09

        Switch 04 - XX
        
               02
               03  YY
               XX  07

        Switch 07 - XX

= Grant Bauslaugh's Apartment =

Take the following items:

1) DNA from the syringue
         Where: Table
         Tool: Luminol (spray)
                    = Put Luminol on the stains. When the game takes control,
                      it means you've put enough of it.

2) Rope
         Where: Toolbox in the middle of the room
         Tool: Hand

Tap on the sink and collect:

3) Liquid
         Where: Right sink
         Tool: Swab

Tap on the TV and take:

4) Magnetic card of an hotel room
         Where: TV stand
         Tool: Hand

You can observe
- Door of Bauslaugh's bedroom
- Toys collection
- Pizza
- Sink: Dish
- TV: Videogame (CSI: Deadly Intent)

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(1) DNA of the syringue: Grant Bauslaugh
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence.

(3) Rope: Same rope used on Peterman
      The goal here is to find where the pictures are on the touch screen. You
      need to place the lens on what you think can match one of the pics and
      then, to tap the icon in the bottom right.
                      n1: Left end
                      n2: 2nd crossroad
                      n3: Bottom of the loop
                      n4: Under the first crossroad
                      n5: Right end

(3) Liquid: Insulin
      The goal here is to make a molecule. Each ball is colored. You have to
      drag and drop molecule parts in the right list on the pattern. The colors
      must be related: a blue ball goes on a blue ball when you have to stack
      them I'm giving you the pattern with the colors, it will be up to you to
      find the right molecule part.

          - = Grey ball
          B = Blue
          R = Red
          G = Green

                                 - B
                               G     - B
                                 - R     - G
                                       G     - B
                                 - B     - G
                               G     - R
                                 - B

 ---------Files----------
|Arthur Peterman: 8/11   |
|Kelly Anderson: 1/6     |
|Grant Bauslaugh: 3/6    |
|Lee Mentzer: 2/6        |
 ------------------------

= Brass =

Grant Bauslaugh's questionning:
                   = Used rope (I don't need rope)
                   = No proof (I don't have a criminal record)
                   = No proof (I never fight with Peterman)
                   = Magnetic card (I didn't book an hotel room)
                   = Insulin (I don't take medicines)
                   = DNA on the syringue (I'm avoiding syringues)
                   = Fingerprint from the vase (I never entered this room)

 ---------Files----------
|Arthur Peterman: 8/11   |
|Kelly Anderson: 2/6     |
|Grant Bauslaugh: 6/6    |
|Lee Mentzer: 2/6        |
 ------------------------

= Kelly Anderson's hotel room =

Take the following items:

1) Glass shard
         Where: Shoes near the door
         Tool: Tweezer

2) Email from Kelly
         Where: Laptop on the right table
         Tool: Hand

Tap on the middle table and take:

3) Murder script (green notebook)
         Where: Middle table
         Tool: Hand

Tap on the bed and take:

4) Rope fiber
         Where: Bottom of the sleeve (jacket)
         Tool: Tweezer

You can observe:
- Paintings
- White vase
- Trashcan
- Middle table: Phone
- Middle table: Red book

 ---------Files----------
|Arthur Peterman: 10/11  |
|Kelly Anderson: 3/6     |
|Grant Bauslaugh: 6/6    |
|Lee Mentzer: 2/6        |
 ------------------------

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(3) Glass shard: Same as those found on the floor of the lecture room
      The goal here is to find where the pictures are on the touch screen. You
      need to place the lens on what you think can match one of the pics and
      then, to tap the icon in the bottom right.
                      n1: Shard in the top, more or less in the middle
                      n2: Shard in the top right part
                      n3: Shard in the left, more or less in the middle
                      n4: Shard in the middle
                      n5: Shard on the left of n6
                      n6: Shards crossing each other in the bottom in the
                           middle
                      n7: Shard on the right of n6

(4) Email: Invitation for Arthur Peterman
      The goal is to rebuild the graphic. Follow the tracks and crossroads. It
      should be more or less this:
          ______    _______
      ___/      \/\/       |
         \__O    O       __|
     __     __   |      |
    |  |   |  |  |_     |
    |  |___\  \____\__   \_
    |            __   |____|
    |        ___/ /
    |_______/   O |
     \      \__/  |       ____
  ____\_____  ____|______/   /
 |    |     \/              |
  \    \  _____             |
   O    \|     |_______O

(6) Fiber: Rope
      The goal here is to make a molecule. Each ball is colored. You have to
      drag and drop molecule parts in the right list on the pattern. The colors
      must be related: a blue ball goes on a blue ball when you have to stack
      them I'm giving you the pattern with the colors, it will be up to you to
      find the right molecule part.

          - = Grey ball
          B = Blue
          R = Red
          G = Green
                                     - B
                           R     - R     -
                             - B     - B
                           B     - R
                               R     -
                                 - B
                               B

 ---------Files----------
|Arthur Peterman: 10/11  |
|Kelly Anderson: 4/6     |
|Grant Bauslaugh: 6/6    |
|Lee Mentzer: 2/6        |
 ------------------------

= Brass = 

Kelly Anderson's questionning:
                   = Email (I had no reason to meet Arthur)
                   = Script (I have no reason to kill him)
                   = Glass (I never went into that room)
                   = No proof (I didn't have a relationship with Arthur)
                   = No proof (Lee isn't jealous)
                   = Rope fiber (I have nothing to do with the rope)
                   = DNA from the bed (Nothing happened on the bed)

 ---------Files----------
|Arthur Peterman: 11/11  |
|Kelly Anderson: 4/6     |
|Grant Bauslaugh: 6/6    |
|Lee Mentzer: 3/6        |
 ------------------------

= Lee Mentzer's hotel room =

Take the following items:

1) Hand print
         Where: Desk
         Tool: Brush
                    = Powder on the desk
                    = You have to blow air in the microphone

2) Glass shards
         Where: In front of the bedroom, on the floor
         Tool: Tweezer

Tap on the table and take:

3) Lee Mentzer's mobile phone
         Where: Table
         Tool: Hand

4) Blood from the ring
         Where: Table
         Tool: Swab

Tap on the bedroom and take:

5) Insulin pump
         Where: On the floor, near the window
         Tool: Hand

6) Stain on the bed
         Where: Bed
         Tool: Swab

You can observe:
- Glass stand

 ---------Files----------
|Arthur Peterman: 11/11  |
|Kelly Anderson: 4/6     |
|Grant Bauslaugh: 6/6    |
|Lee Mentzer: 4/6        |
 ------------------------

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(1) DNA from the insulin pump: Arthur Peterman
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence. There are several solutions to this puzzle, I give only one.
      
      *Legend*
      C = Square
      N = Nuclear symbol
      O = Circle
      X = X
      P = Plus
      V = V

      *Parts*
      
      (a) N  N      (f)  CX
      (b) X XC      (g) CXN
      (c) X N       (h) NCXN
      (d)  C X      (i) CX N
      (e) XXC
      
      *Solution*
      CXNX|XCXC|NXNC|XNNC|XNCX|XNXC
      
      ggge|eecd|cdhh|hhaf|faib|iibb

(1) DNA from the ring: Arthur Peterman
      The goal here is to find where the pictures are on the touch screen. You
      need to place the lens on what you think can match one of the pics and
      then, to tap the icon in the bottom right.
                      n1: Smallest loop
                      n2: Left end
                      n3: Middle of the big loop (after the small one)
                      n4: Big loop (after the small one)
                      n5: Pink part above n6
                      n6: Right end
                      n7: Beginning of the first loop

(2) Hand print Lee Mentzer
      The goal here is to choose four points and to search a suspect. If they
      are correct, you'll get the owner's name.

(6) Stain from the bed: Contraceptive
      The goal here is to make a molecule. Each ball is colored. You have to
      drag and drop molecule parts in the right list on the pattern. The colors
      must be related: a blue ball goes on a blue ball when you have to stack
      them I'm giving you the pattern with the colors, it will be up to you to
      find the right molecule part.

          - = Grey ball
          B = Blue
          R = Red
          G = Green

                             - R
                           B     - R
                             - G     - R
                           R       G    -
                             - B     - B
                           G     - R
                               R


= Brass =

Lee Mentzer's questionning:
                   = List with calls (I have no debts)
                   = Glass (I didn't put a foot in the room)
                   = DNA from the ring (I didn't touch Arthur)
                   = No proof (I didn't know about a rendez-vous)
                   = Insulin pump (I have no tool for injecting insulin)
                   = Hand print (I didn't touch insulin)
                   = Contraceptive (Nobody else was in my room)

 ---------Files----------
|Arthur Peterman: 11/11  |
|Kelly Anderson: 5/6     |
|Grant Bauslaugh: 6/6    |
|Lee Mentzer: 6/6        |
 ------------------------

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(2) Fingerprint in the handprint: Kelly Anderson
      The goal here is to find where the pictures are on the touch screen. You
      need to place the lens on what you think can match one of the pics and
      then, to tap the icon in the bottom right. Three of the pieces are
      drawings in the right.

(3) Glass sample with print: Kelly Anderson
      The goal is to rebuild the shard. Don't hesitate to turn all the pieces.

 ---------Files----------
|Arthur Peterman: 11/11  |
|Kelly Anderson: 6/6     |
|Grant Bauslaugh: 6/6    |
|Lee Mentzer: 6/6        |
 ------------------------

= Brass =

Kelly Anderson's questionning:
                   = No proof (I don't know a thing about hypoglycemia)
                   = Insulin pump (There was nothing in Lee's room)
                   = Fingerprint on the insulin phial (I didn't touch the pump)
                   = Kelly's fingerprint in Lee's (I didn't touch insulin)
 
You just solved your fourth case! Catherine will give your final evaluation.

END OF CASE

                            ~~~~~~~~~~~~

|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|CASE 5: Body Shots
|CSI: Catherine Willows
|Victim: Celeste Roberts
|Suspects: Andrew Jarvis, Paxton Dobbs, Megan Kyle
|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|Collect: 33 pieces of evidence to find
|Analysis: 15 analysis to do
|Questions: 20 pieces of evidence (or nothing) to show
|Files: 27 pieces of information to find
 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
= TV Studio =

Rcuprez les indices suivants:

1) Blood on the step
         Where: In front of the left rows, the higher one
         Tool: Luminol (spray)
                    = Put Luminol on the stains. When the game takes control,
                      it means you've put enough of it.

2) Fingerprint on the step (the low-level one)
         Where: In front of the left rows, the low-level one
         Tool: Brush
                    = Powder on the middle
                    = You have to blow air in the microphone

3) Video
         Where: Camera
         Tool: Hand

If you want to update your files, look the score panel.

You can observe:
- Advertisement
- Rows

Paxton Dobbs will talk to you but Catherine says no to his request.

 ---------Files----------
|Celeste Roberts: 3/10   |
|Paxton Dobbs: 1/5       |
 ------------------------

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(1) ADN on the step: Celeste Roberts
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence. There are several solutions to this puzzle, I give only one.
      
      *Legend*
      C = Square
      N = Nuclear symbol
      O = Circle
      X = X
      P = Plus
      V = V

      *Parts*
      
      (a) XNC       (f)  X N
      (b) XXC       (g) NNCX
      (c) X C       (h) N  C
      (d) CXCN      (i) C C
      (e)  CN
      
      *Solution*
      XNCX|XCXC|NNCX|NCNC|CXCN|CXCN
      
      aaab|bbcc|gggg|heeh|ifif|dddd

(2) Fingerprint from the step: Megan Kyle
      The goal here is to choose four points and to search a suspect. If they
      are correct, you'll get the owner's name.

(4) Video: Argument between Celeste and Megan
      The goal here is to put the right pieces in the right place for removing
      the blur. Just trust Megan's clothes and the lines for solving it.

 ---------Files----------
|Celeste Roberts: 4/10   |
|Paxton Dobbs: 1/5       |
|Megan Kyle: 1/7         |
 ------------------------

= Morgue =

Talk with Doc Robbins then take:

1) Glass shard
         Where: Victim's hair
         Tool: Tweezer

2) Picture of the head wound
         Where: Head
         Tool: Camera
                    = Turn the lens until the camera icon shows itself in the
                      top right corner. Tap on it.

3) Hair
         Where: Bracelet on the plate
         Tool: Tweezer

4) Mobile phone
         Where: Plate
         Tool: Hand

You can observe:
- Calf
- Belly button
- Elbow

 ---------Files----------
|Celeste Roberts: 8/10   |
|Paxton Dobbs: 1/5       |
|Megan Kyle: 1/7         |
 ------------------------

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(1) DNA from the hair: Megan Kyle
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence. There are several solutions to this puzzle, I give only one.
      
      *Legend*
      C = Square
      N = Nuclear symbol
      O = Circle
      X = X
      P = Plus
      V = V

      *Parts*
      
      (a) VPOV      (f) V O
      (b)   VP      (g) O  O
      (c) OV        (h)  PP
      (d) VOPP      (i) OOVP
      (e)  P V
      
      *Solution*
      OOVP|VPOV|VOPP|OVVP|OPPO|VPOV
      
      iiii|aaaa|dddd|ccbb|ghhg|fefe

(4) Mobile phone: Voice mail from Megan
      The goal is to rebuold the graphic. Use the corners and the pieces with
      a large part of the waves.

(6) Silver glass: Mirror
      The goal here is to make a molecule. Each ball is colored. You have to
      drag and drop molecule parts in the right list on the pattern. The colors
      must be related: a blue ball goes on a blue ball when you have to stack
      them I'm giving you the pattern with the colors, it will be up to you to
      find the right molecule part.

          - = Grey ball
          B = Blue
          R = Red
          G = Green

                                   G
                                     - G
                                   R     - B
                               R     - B
                                 - B     - B
                                     - G
                                   R

 ---------Files----------
|Celeste Roberts: 8/10   |
|Paxton Dobbs: 1/5       |
|Megan Kyle: 5/7         |
 ------------------------

= Brass =

Megan Kyle's questionning:
                   = Voice mail (I didn't talk to Celeste this week)
                   = Video with the argument (She was my friend)
                   = Hair (I didn't see Celeste)
                   = Celeste's blood on the step (Celeste wasn't hurt)
                   = Fingerprint on the step (I didn't touch the step)

 ---------Files----------
|Celeste Roberts: 8/10   |
|Paxton Dobbs: 1/5       |
|Megan Kyle: 6/7         |
|Andrew Jarvis: 2/5      |
 ------------------------

= Lounge =

Tap on the mirror and take:

1) DNA from the mirror
         Where: Mirror
         Tool: Swab

Tap on the bottom table and take:

2) Broken bracelet
         Where: Near the magazines
         Tool: Hand

For Andrew's file, look at the bottle in the top left corner.

Tap on the board and take:

3) Fingerprints on the trophy)
         Where: Trophy (bottom shelf)
         Tool: Brush
                    = Powder on the bottom of the trophy
                    = You have to blow air in the microphone

To complete Megan's file, look at the clippings on the board.

You can observe:
- Jogging machines
- Dumbells
- TV screen

 ---------Files----------
|Celeste Roberts: 8/10   |
|Paxton Dobbs: 1/5       |
|Megan Kyle: 7/7         |
|Andrew Jarvis: 3/5      |
 ------------------------

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(1) DNA from the broken bracelet: Paxton Dobbs/Celeste Roberts
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence. There are several solutions to this puzzle, I give only one.
      
      *Legend*
      C = Square
      N = Nuclear symbol
      O = Circle
      X = X
      P = Plus
      V = V

      *Parts*
      
      (a)  CNO      (e) OO C
      (b) COOC      (f) N NC
      (c) NC        (g) OON
      (d)   ON      (h) NCON
      
      
      *Solution*
      NCON|OONC|NCOO|NNCO|NCNO|COOC
      
      hhhh|eefe|ffgg|gccd|daaa|bbbb

(1) DNA from the mirror: Celeste Roberts
      The goal here is to find where the pictures are on the touch screen. You
      need to place the lens on what you think can match one of the pics and
      then, to tap the icon in the bottom right.
                      n1: Left end
                      n2: 1st loop
                      n3: 2nd loop
                      n4: Right end
                      n5: 3rd loop
                      n6: Sticks on the right end
                      n7: Right end

(2) Fingerprint on the trophy: Paxton Dobbs/Celeste Roberts
      The goal here is to choose four points and to search a suspect. If they
      are correct, you'll get the owner's name.

Archie reveals that you can hear in the voice mail someone pronounce Paxton's
name who'd announce the winner before the show.

 ---------Files----------
|Celeste Roberts: 9/10   |
|Paxton Dobbs: 2/5       |
|Megan Kyle: 7/7         |
|Andrew Jarvis: 3/5      |
 ------------------------

= Brass =

Paxton Dobbs's questionning:
                   = ADN from the bracelet (I didn't see Celeste)
                   = No proof (Nothing happened between her and me)
                   = Fingerprint on the trophy (I didn't use the trophy)
                   = DNA from the mirror (Celese didn't hurt herself with the
                     mirror)
                   = Discussion on the phone (I didn't know the winner's name)

 ---------Files----------
|Celeste Roberts: 9/10   |
|Paxton Dobbs: 4/5       |
|Megan Kyle: 7/7         |
|Andrew Jarvis: 4/5      |
 ------------------------

= Lab =

Archie shows a video: Andrew is exiting the lounge before Celeste. She's going
to the toilets.

= WC =

Take the following things:

1) Blood in the sink
         Where: Left sink
         Tool: Luminol (spray)
                    = Put Luminol on the stains. When the game takes control,
                      it means you've put enough of it.

2) Prints on the right sink
         Where: Right sink
         Tool: Brush
                    = Powder on the sink
                    = You have to blow air in the microphone

3) Sample from the door
         Where: Top of the door
         Tool: Swab

To complete Dobbs's file, look at the poster between the mirrors.

You can look at:
- Trashcan
- WC

 ---------Files----------
|Celeste Roberts: 9/10   |
|Paxton Dobbs: 5/5       |
|Megan Kyle: 7/7         |
|Andrew Jarvis: 4/5      |
 ------------------------

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(1) DNA lab: Celeste
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence. There are several solutions to this puzzle, I give only one.
      
      *Legend*
      C = Square
      N = Nuclear symbol
      O = Circle
      X = X
      P = Plus
      V = V

      *Parts*
      
      (a) XV        (e)  VX
      (b)   PP      (f)  VVX
      (c) VXPX      (g) VXXV
      (d) VXVP      (h)  VXX
      
      
      *Solution*
      XVPP|VXXV|VXPX|VXVV|XVXX|VXVP
      
      aabb|gggg|cccc|eeff|fhhh|ddds

(2) Print from the sink with DNA: Unknown
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence. There are several solutions to this puzzle, I give only one.
      
      *Legend*
      C = Square
      N = Nuclear symbol
      O = Circle
      X = X
      P = Plus
      V = V

      *Parts*
      
      (a) CCN       (f)  XCN
      (b) X  X      (g)  N N
      (c)  NN       (h) C X
      (d) CCNX      (i)  XNC
      (e) CBX
      
      *Solution*
      CCNX|NNXC|CNXX|CNCN|XNCN|XXNC
      
      aaab|ccbd|dddf|ffhg|heee|diii

(6) Sample from the door: Sweat, perfume and Andrew Jarvis's DNA
      The goal is the same as in match-3 game. Tap on what you want to switch.

        Beginning

                   06
               02  07  11
               03  08  12
               04  09  13  14
           01  05  10  XX  15  16

        Switch: 04 - 09

                   06
                   07  11
                   08  12
                   04  13  14
           01  05  10  XX  15  16

        Switch 13 - XX

                   06
                   07  11
                   08  12
           01  05  04  XX  14

        Switch 04 - 08

                   06  11
                   07  12
                   04  XX  14

        Switch 07 - 12

                       11
                       07
                       XX  14

        Switch 14 - XX

= Brass =

Andrew Jarvis's questionning:
                   = Video (I didn't see Celeste)
                   = DNA from the WC (I never went into the WC)
                   = No proof (I never hit Celeste)
                   = Celeste's DNA on the sink (Celeste wasn't hurt)
                   = Picture of the bruises (I killed Celeste)

 ---------Files----------
|Celeste Roberts: 9/10   |
|Paxton Dobbs: 5/5       |
|Megan Kyle: 7/7         |
|Andrew Jarvis: 5/5      |
 ------------------------

= Lab =

Hodges tells you that the print on the sink is in reality coming from a toe.

= WC =

Take:

1) Fingerprint on the ceiling
         Where: Removed plate
         Tool: Brush
                    = Powder on the plate
                    = You have to blow air in the microphone

Switch the machine on and use it on that plate to take:

2) Bronze trophy
         Where: Dropped ceiling
         Tool: Hand

= Lab =

(1) DNA Analysis
(2) Fingerprints Analysis
(3) Materials
(4) Audio/Video Analysis
(5) Toxicology
(6) Microscopic Clues

(1) DNA from the toe print: Megan Kyle
      The goal is to recreate the DNA by placing the form sequences at their
      intended places. Use your stylus on DNA in the bottom to show the next
      sequence. There are several solutions to this puzzle, I give only one.
      
      *Legend*
      C = Square
      N = Nuclear symbol
      O = Circle
      X = X
      P = Plus
      V = V

      *Parts*
      
      (a) VPOV      (f) O  O
      (b) VOPP      (g) V O
      (c) OOVP      (h) OV
      (d)   VP      (i)  P V
      (e)  PP
      
      *Solution*
      OOVP|VPOV|VOPP|OVVP|OPPO|VPOV
      
      cccc|aaaa|bbbb|hhdd|feef|gigi

(2) Fingerprint from the ceiling: Megan Kyle
      The goal here is to choose four points and to search a suspect. If they
      are correct, you'll get the owner's name.

(3) Bronze trophy: It's the one used against Celeste
      The goal here is to find where the pictures are on the touch screen. You
      need to place the lens on what you think can match one of the pics and
      then, to tap the icon in the bottom right.

Archie found that Megan called the E.R. six seconds before Celeste's death.

 ---------Files----------
|Celeste Roberts: 10/10  |
|Paxton Dobbs: 5/5       |
|Megan Kyle: 7/7         |
|Andrew Jarvis: 5/5      |
 ------------------------

= Brass =

Megan Kyle's questionning:
                   = Toe print (I have never been in the WC)
                   = Impact picture (The bronze trophy has nothing to do)
                   = Fingerprint from the ceiling(I never put the trophy there)
                   = No proof (I wasn't jealous of Celeste)
                   = Emergency call (I didn't know that Celeste was wounded)
                     
You finished the game. Just admire the ending of the case and gain your last
promotion with your last evaluation.
 
END OF CASE AND GAME

==============
4. Cases Files
==============

I'm just indicating from where the information come from.

===Case 1===

a) Jodi Kurt

1. Sara Sidle, start of the investigation
2. Discussing with Beckner (question: "Did Jodi have enemies?")
3. Discussing with Doc Robbins (cause/time of death)
4. Discussing with Doc Robbins (anything else on the victim)
5. Observation of the eyes
6. Observation of the scorpions jewels on the plate
7. Discussing with Doc Robbins (after the picture of the stings)
8. Toxicology analysis of the victim's blood
9. Conlen's questionning (end)
10. Conlen's questionning (end)
11. Lab, after Stoddard's questionning

b) Armen Beckner

1. Sara Sidle, when introducing Beckner to you
2. Stoddard's first questionning (end)
3. After rebuilding the posthumous album
4. Analysis of Beckner's mailbox
5. Analysis of the emails about Jodi by Archie

c) Cameron Beary

1. Fingerprint (ring) analysis
2. Video from the surveillance camera
3. Beary's questionning (end)

d) Freeman Conlen

1. Sara Sidle, calling Brass
2. Sara Sidle, calling Brass
3. Medicines from Conlen's trail analysis
4. Conlen's questionning (end)
5. Conlen's questionning (end)
6. Conlen's questionning (end)

e) Katherine Stoddard

1. Sara Sidle, after Conlen's questionning
2. Sara Sidle, beginning of the search in Stoddard's apartment
3. Picture of the altar dedicated to Jodi
4. Stoddard's firt questionning (end)
5. Discovery of a dead scorpion in Stoddard's apartment

===Case 2===

a) Peter Hiller

1. Ray Langston, start of the investigation
2. Ray Langston, start of the investigation/Doc Robbins (identifying the victim)
3. Discussion with Doc Robbins (visible wounds)
4. Discussion with Doc Robbins (time of death)
5. Blood sample from the morgue analysis
6. Brant's questionning (end)
7. Discussion with Ray Langston (ideas on the cause of death)
8. Discussion with Doc Robbins (before observing the corpse)
9. Discussion with Doc Robbins (before observing the corpse)
10. White fibers from the victim's mouth in the morgue
11. Powder on the victim's elbow in the morgue
12. Pigment from the victim's hand analysis
13. Blood (pool) analysis
14. Ray's call after Mendez's questionning
15. Brant's questionning (end)
16. Brant's questionning (end)
17. Brant's questionning (end)/Analysis of the nozzle
18. Brant's questionning (end)/Analysis of the nozzle
19. Observation of the red shoes on the plate in the morgue

b) Franco Mendez

1. Discussion with Franco Mendez
2. Discussion with Franco Mendez
3. Fingerprint (Hiller's wallet) analysis
4. Fingerprint (Hiller's wallet) analysis
5. Ray Langston, after finding the nozzle
6. Fingerprint (nozzle) analysis
7. DNA (locker) analysis
8. Ray Langston, after finding the nozzle
9. DNA (trunk of the rented car) analysis
10. Notice on the glass wall of the pool in Bronze

c) Holden Brant

1. Beginning of the search at Brant's Place
2. Bullet analysis
3. Fingerprint (packet) analysis
4. Brant's questionning (end)
5. Brant's questionning (end)
6. Fingerprint (packet) analysis
7. Brant's questionning (beginning)
8. Brant's questionning (beginning)
9. Brant's questionning (before showing the bullet)
10. Brant's questionning (after showing the water damage picture)
11. Brant's questionning (end)

d) Liv Forsyth

1. Ray Langston, after analysis of both DNA after Brant's questionning
2. Forsyth's questionning (after showing the lipstick)
3. Forsyth's questionning (end)
4. Forsyth's questionning (beginning)
5. Ray Langston, after analysis of both DNA after Brant's questionning
6. Forsyth's questionning (after showing her DNA in the bar)
7. Forsyth's questionning (end)

===Case 3===

a) Amy Corrigan

1. Nick Stokes, start of the investigation
2. Discussion with Nick Stokes at the start of the investigation
3. Discussion with Doc Robbins (things on Corrigan)
4. Discussion with Doc Robbins (cause of death)
4. Discussion with Doc Robbins (time of death)
6. Shard in the mouth
7. Shard in the mouth
8. Exam of the slit on the hand in the left
9. Exam with UV of the traces of a strangulation, after picture taken
10. Exam with UV of the leg (hit mark)
11. Toxicology analysis of the blood sample from the morgue
12. Eshback's first questionning (origin of the blood on the table)
13. Will in Vega's room
14. Dearling's first questionning (end)
15. Complaint from Amy against Dearling

b) Dean Eshback

1. Nick Stokes, start of the investigation
2. Eshback's first questionning (after showing skin cells)
3. Eshback's first questionning (end)
4. After analysis of the faked will
5. After analysis of the faked will
6. After analysis of the faked will
7. Eshback's second questionning (end)

c) James Dearling

1. Nick Stokes, start of the investigation
2. Complaint from Corrigan against Dearling
3. Dearling's first questionning (after showing the complaint)
4. Fingerprint (Corrigan's locker) analysis
5. Dearling's first questionning (after showing the fingerprint from the locker)
6. Dearling's first questionning (aprs showing the blood on the sleeve)
7. Dearling's first questionning (end)
8. Necklace
9. Dearling's second questionning (after showing the receipt)

d) Cesar Vega

1. Nick Stokes, after Eshback's first questionning
2. Nick Stokes, after Eshback's first questionning
3. Picture of the ancient coins in Vega's room
4. Will in Vega's room
5. DNA (bed) analysis
6. Vega's questionning (after showing the prescription)
7. Vega's questionning (after showing the will)
8. Vega's questionning (after showing the picture)
9. Eshback's second questionning (end)
10. Vega's questionning (end)

===Case 4===

a) Arthur Peterman

1. Jim Brass, start of the investigation
2. Prescription under clothes in the lecture room
3. Question "Did the victim have enemies?" when talking with Mentzer
4. Question "Did Arthur have a girlfriend?" when talking with Mentzer
5. Discussion with Doc Robbins (visible wounds)
6. Discussion with Doc Robbins (time of death)
7. Discussion with Doc Robbins (anything else on the victim)
8. Discussion with Doc Robbins (before observing the body)
9. Greg Sanders, beginning of the search in Anderson's room
10. Greg Sanders, beginning of the search in Anderson's room
11. Kelly Anderson's first questionning (end)

b) Grant Bauslaugh

1. Greg Sanders, start of the investigation
2. Fingerprint (vase) analysis
3. Rope analysis from Bauslaugh/Fiber (Anderson) analysis
4. Bauslaugh's questionning (beginning)
5. Bauslaugh's questionning (after showing the insulin)
6. Bauslaugh's questionning (end)

c) Kelly Anderson

1. Greg Sanders, start of the investigation
2. Jim Brass, after Bauslaugh's questionning
3. Murders scrips in Anderson's room
4. Email analysis
5. Mentzer's questionning (end)
6. Fingerprint in Mentzer's analysis

d) Lee Mentzer

1. Talk with Lee Mentzer in the beginning
2. Question "Do you know Arthur very well?" when talking with Mentzer
3. Kelly Anderson's first questionning (end)
4. Discovery of the mobile phone in Mentzer's room
5. Mentzer's questionning (beginning)
6. Mentzer's questionning (after showing the blood on his ring)

===Case 5===

a) Celeste Roberts

1. Catherine Willows, start of the investigation
2. Catherine Willows, start of the investigation
3. Video analysis
4. Discussion with Doc Robbins (beginning)
5. Discussion with Doc Robbins (Wounds on the body)
6. Discussion with Doc Robbins (drugs)
7. Discussion with Doc Robbins (stomach content)
8. DNA (mirror) analysis
9. Bronze trophy analysis
10. Panel score (28-14) in the TV Studio

b) Paxton Dobbs

1. Paxton Dobbs, start of the investigation
2. Archie Johnson, after analysis of evidence from the lounge
3. Dobbs's questionning (end)
4. Dobbs's questionning (end)
5. Poster in the WC wall

c) Megan Kyle

1. Catherine Willows, after the exam at the morgue
2. Catherine Willow, after the analysis of the samples coming from the morgue
3. Fingerprint (step) analysis
4. Hair (from Roberts's bracelet) analysis
5. Roberts's mobile phone analysis
6. Kyle's first questionning (end)
7. Observation of the clippings in the lounge

d) Andrew Jarvis

1. First Kyle's questionning (after showing the voice mail)
2. First Kyle's questionning  (after showing the voice mail)
3. Dobbs's questionning (end)
4. Jarvis's questionning (after showing him his DNA in the WC)
5. Observation of the bottle on the bottom table in the lounge

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Auteur: Vinciane Amorini (cleo_rabb(@)hotmail.com - vamorini(@)gmail.com)
Pays: Belgique
Dates: July 2011
Version: 1.0

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you the author when you're not.

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