Case of the Heavily-Insured Businessman
As a forensic anthropologist, you are called in to identify some remains by an insurance company. A 34-year old Caucasian businessman, Mr. X was insured with their company; he had a life insurance policy worth $7 million dollars. The athletic, slim and wealthy Mr. X had traveled to South America on business. His vehicle had been seen out in a remote location off the highway, involved in serious accident; his rental car had crashed and then burned; there was no sign of Mr. X, only a few fragments of incinerated bones were found in the vehicle. A man’s watch (personally inscribed with Mr. X’s name from his wife) and a medical alert bracelet (indicating allergy to penicillin) were both found in the vehicle.
The insurance company has asked you to investigate this case and see if you can find any remains overlooked by the local authorities, and to further examine the bone fragments already discovered.
The evidence that you find:
Your expert examination of the evidence reveal:
The businessman, Mr. X, had purchased a bicycle earlier during his trip which he had kept in the vehicle. No bicycle (or charred/burned remains of a bicycle) was recovered in the vehicle.
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