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A couple decided to camp for a night in a forest and they choose a place next to a lake.
During their time camping, something happened with the man. His girlfriend who seemed desperate, called the 911. When the police arrived, the man was lying on the grass and the lady was crying next to him.
The police officer secured the local until the detectives, CSI unit and a medical examiner arrived. The medical examiner declared that the man was dead and they kept looking for a cause. The detective interviewed the girl while the CSI unit was documenting the crime scene and collecting pieces of evidence to show to the detective.
Evidences like his hair, the blood found on the rock next to the lake, their footprints and others were collected. While the CSI unit were examining and processing the crime, the detective who was interviewing the girl created a alibi for her and declared her as an possible suspect.
The girl was taken to the police station while her boyfriend went through an autopsy and the evidences through some labs, such as microscopy, biology, and latent prints labs. During all the time she denied any involvement with her boyfriend's death, she said that she had only woken up in the morning and didn't find him beside her, which made her go outside to look for him and she found him like that, lying on the floor and not breathing.
Even though she knew all along this time of her innocence, she was called to receive information about what really happened to her boyfriend. Everything indicates that he decided to wash his face in the morning, but he ended up slipping, causing him to hit the head on the rock next to him and then having a head trauma. What lead to this conclusion was that his DNA matched with the blood found on the rock, and the footprints found on the wet soil matched with the shoes he was wearing and the slippery mark on the soil.
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