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girl of twelve years of age. In another case of murder one hundred and five
wounds were inflicted on the body of a Hindu woman. Of these, forty-five
were on the head, face and neck and the remaining on the forearms, wrists,
fingers and shins.

It must be borne in mind that in some cases a murderer kills his victim
by inflicting one or more fatal wounds and then? in order to divert the atten-
tion of the police to possible suicide, he inflicts on the dead body other
wounds which in themselves would have caused the death had they been
produced during life.

Fig. 107.—BBonwrftlai cofe-fcoat wife multiple fetinri