Analyzing A Crime Scene

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As a criminal investigator, you are provided with two images (scene 1 and scene 2) of the same crime scene, one more detailed and focused than the other. (The figure represents a deceased male human; the stain proximal to the head is dried human blood.) Based only on the visual information available in the two images provided, you will compose a comprehensive investigative report, which should include

a comprehensive overview of the crime scene
indicators of potential criminal act(s)
materials and items to be collected as potential evidence (e.g., the corpse) and their potential evidentiary value
initial follow-up investigative steps to determine
if a crime has been committed
what crime(s) have been committed
who is responsible for the crimes