Investigation of Alabi, Time as Alibi and Location as Alibi.
Alibi is a Latin acronym, meaning somewhere else and someone other than the culprit. A scenario that identifies the perpetrator of a crime to be someone or somewhere else other than where the crime took place. Criminal activities involving location, login and logout time, illegal behaviors, can be easily tracked by use computer and internet technologies.
Forensic investigator must be vigilant at all times and try to acknowledge and recognize criminal Modus Operandi (MO) motive, intent, and ability to manipulate and change contents of the conclusive evidence and create false Alibi to amplify deceitful schemes. During the investigation of an alibi, the first step is to secure access to the data and information on the computer workstations, file servers, protocol, and network system.
BOOTP is the computer network designed to control and monitor which computers and specific internet protocol (IP) addresses. The BOOTP is a networking protocol used to automatically assign an IP address to network devices from a configuration server. Furthermore, BOOTP is often configured to synchronize their clocks regularly with exactly accurate time satellites and create a log in case of any discrepancies.
Dynamic host configurations protocol (DHCP) server is designed to automatically assign IP address and other information to each host on the network, communicate efficiently with other endpoints. Furthermore, the DHCP system allows anyone to change their clocks and does not keep logs of time changes. A DHCP server enables computers to automatically request IP addresses and networking parameters from the internet service provider (ISP), reducing the need for a network administrator and a user to assign IP addresses to all network devices manually.
Situation 1: Investigation of the Victim, Alibi, and Conspirator.
Alibi defense does not play an essential role in a conspiracy theory. Conspiracy is an agreement between two lawless persons to commit a crime, and one of the parties must agree to engage in an overt act in furtherance of the crime.
Research Question 1:1. Develop a measurable research framework relative to the user computer and internet technologies, criminal Modus Operandi, (MO) motive, intent, conspiracy theory, and dynamic host configurations protocol (DHCP) server to amplify conclusive evidence in court.
Research Question 1:2. To what extent are the significant differences between the Victim and the suspect?
Research Question 1:3. To what extent are the significant differences between the suspect and Alibi
Research Question 1:4. To what extent are the significant differences between Alibi and conspirators?
Situation 2. The Alibi can exercise the constitutional right to remain silent, granting the alibi opportunity to reposition the witness other than the crime scene.
Research Question 1.5. Develop a measurable research framework allowing the forensic investigator to use computer and internet technologies, criminal modus operandi (MO), motive, intent and, bootstrap protocol (BOOTP) to gather data and information on more than one crime scene for the same case.
Situation 3: A Judge can be suspicion of the alibi evidence. The burden of proof often rests on the prosecutor, who must prove that the suspected Alibi is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. The add-on burden of proof is on the forensic investigator who visited the crime scene.
Research Question 1:6 Develop a measurable research framework relative to criminal modus Operandi (MO) motive, intent, to help forensic investigator’s attempt to bring the suspected criminal to justice, only if the person was guilty.