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It didn't help that we labeled our t-shirts, name tags, and helmets with just our surnames. Luckily he quit a couple weeks in, but I was still getting shit for his chits 6 months later. When I tried to explain myself, they called me delusional and full of shit. That's why Airborne puts roster numbers on everything, especially with hundreds of soldiers per class.
Good move switching off of William there Billy.
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I am by no means an expert but I took three university courses on fingerprinting, one that focused on the history of fingerprints, and I have never heard of this case. I don't think that this case alone is one of the reasons fingerprinting exists, or even has enough importance to be mentioned. Yeah there are some strange college courses out there.
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My college offers bowling as a legitimate class. I don't doubt for a second there's a class that focuses on specifically fingerprints. Get your degrees now, kids. The gov is looking for shitloads of educated people with this degree. I wish I was kidding. Apparently this has happened ever more recently.
Is it possible they are twins separated at birth? This was far before we could test DNA to see if they actually would have been related or not. It'd be cool to find where both of these guys are buried and exhume them and run a DNA on them both just to see if they were twins separated at birth.
Because back then, that happened quite a bit due to people being extremely poor. They look similar in that they're both black and have the same haircut, but other than that?
I can tell them easily apart. One Will West was in intake when the man taking his Bertillion measurements preferred method of I. He searched his files and sure enough, there was William West with all the same measurements, same name, and same face. He went to the warden assuming there was a mistake. As he had a photographic memory neither option seemed likely so the warden had the guards find the original William West and bring him and new William West to his office and they realized then and there that this Bertillion method may not be the best way to Keep track of criminals.
Finger printing had already been used in Europe for some time but hadn't been accepted over here because American govt.
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Guy on left has bigger mouth, wider face. Guy on right has longer face, smaller more pronounced features. I don't know if it's just the black and white but I think I could tell them apart in real life. In real life yes, but if im watching over hundreds of other inmates all day everyday it would take me a while to realise that dude is actually 2 different dudes as well. If you are watching over them you're not going to have their finger prints available on command either. Looks at the top of the ears, mouth width, and underside of the eyes.
The hairline has a slight variance as well. The eyes are what stand out for me. The one on the right looks meaner in his eyes. I would befriend the one on the left before I would the one on the right. Holy crap its real. I hope they managed to get into some wacky shenanigans before the situation was discovered.
Like both volunteering for coffee duty for the guards and confusing the fuck out of them. I don't understand what the problem is in the first place. That's clearly William on the left. Another reason fingerprint identification was brought in in prisons was because career criminals would often move around a lot and give false names when caught because first offenses weren't sentenced as harshly. Similarly some people would often pay others to go to prison and serve their sentence for them. With fingerprints they could be sure they had the right person.
Before this they used to use a point measurement system - they'd take measurements such as head circumference and length from wrist to elbow. They figured no two people would be likely to have all the exact same measurements. It was also at this time they started taking photos of prisoners which is how the mug-shot was invented. Val McDermind's book Forensics: The Anatomy of Crime Which I canot recommend enough; it's a great introduction to the topic. I picked up TES: Oblivion again about a week ago and they look like random characters you'd encounter while playing. Who says gaming doesn't mess with your mind.
Okay I think I've figured it out. William is on the left and William is on the right. Kinda related, here is a story of John Dillinger , a criminal who attempted to remove his fingerprints with acid in an attempt to thwart the police. Unfortunately for him, among others who tried to remove their fingerprints, the scars that were left from their procedures actually helped law enforcement more easily identify them. It's "ultimately subjective and bedeviled by inconsistent standards.
Better image of the two on this page. Source 1, daily mail article. Source 2, Snopes page. Contrary to popular belief, finger prints are actually not nearly as accurate or fool proof as many of us are lead to believe. Couple that with the disturbingly lax education and certification standards for forensic experts and you have a recipe for wrongful convictions.
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The two black men in this photo were sent to Leavenworth Prison in for I have been pressing it for an hour and nothing is happening. Well, they should believe this then. Still dosent make sense though. To be honest, we're just racist. They hardly even look alike. Im just a nihilist. I don't know either! Love this kind of reading so I just ordered it. What a stupid, phony, made-up name! I don't believe anything I read anywhere anymore. More than I should. How is that a matter of opinion? What did he think he was saving?
A headless body or a disembodied head? His data would be, briefly, these. First, the child was five years old; second, the spot where he was found was the top of "the highest hill in Glamorgan- shire" the highest bill- in Glamorganshire is some 1, ft. Now to take these points in order. First, a child of five years old could hardly be supposed to be strong enough to walk a long distance, yet his body was found ten miles away from the place where he was last seen.
If he walked at all, he would not have walked straight to the place where his body was found; no person who has lost his way walks in a perfectly straight line. Probably, therefore, if he walked at all, he walked at least fifteen miles. Could a child of five do that? If he did, he must have taken a long time to do it.
A child of five would not walk more than two miles an hour, and from time to time he would certainly sit down to rest. Therefore he would have been walking for eight or ten hours. But he would not walk by night. And since he was lost on the afternoon of the 11th, he could not be supposed to have wandered more than, say, four or five miles on that day ; that he went so far even as that is an unlikely supposition.
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On the next day, if he woke at four, he might conceivably have wandered another ten miles. But it would probably have taken him all day long. Would he not have become hungry? Yet it seems that be asked at no cottage for food; nor did the jury bring in the verdict at least, it is not so reported that he died of starvation.
Second, is it not a remarkable fact that the body should have been found on the summit of the highest, and presumably the most inaccessible, hill in the district? Why should a little boy end a long wandering by climbing the highest hill in the neighbourhood? The highest hill,—that is the important point. For if it could be supposed that the child was taken to the top of a hill, and intentionally left to die there, clearly the higher, and therefore the less often traversed, the hill, the better it would be suited to so villainous a purpose. Again, the instinct of the man lost in a hilly district is to go down, not up.
He knows that houses lie in valleys, not on summits. An intelligent child would reason in the same way, and this was not an unintelligent child ; he is said, indeed, to have only just won a reciting-prize at school. Third, bow did it happen, if the boy was wandering for three or four days, that he was seen by nobody?
It is not as if he bad crept into a neigh- bouring farm outhouse, and had died there. He was found dead ten miles away, and probably he had walked if he did walk nearer twenty than fifteen miles, and that by daylight. Fourth, and last, bow could he have walked. The first conclusion to which it would be natural to come is that the child was kidnapped.
But if so, for what object was he kidnapped, and what kind of a man or woman could have kidnapped him? You are confronted with two pictures, or rather with the states of mind of two persons, who happen to come across each other at a particular hour on a particular day. First, you have the child who cannot find his mother. He reasons with himself.
I cannot find the shop. I will therefore go home. I know I was driven a long way to get here, but if I go far enough on the road back I shall get home, where I shall find my mother, who is always there. This, I think, is the road home. In any case, if I ask any person the way home, that person will probably help me.
Grown-up persons always help you. He meets a man, or a woman, who seer.