IQ TESTBernd 2023-08-12 09:19:23 ⋅ 1mn No. 282807
you are a criminologist, you are in charge for an investigation about a murder crime. The crime shows that a middle age man died while he was walking towards his car. He died for an explosion caused for a granate. Videos on the road shows that the granate was coming from above, some people in the scene of crime said that they heard noises from the sky like a motor and some suggested that the sound was comming from a drone. the capabilitiesof a well-know drone are: >Pic related (evidence showed that the model of drone COULD be an DJI Phantom 3 Standard) What would you do to find out the murder? >Also Anons are allowed to make reviews of the aswers. Please make your analysis as real as possible.
Bernd 2023-08-12 09:22:20 ⋅ 1mn No. 282809
3DR solo reasoning: Why dropped granate from too high distance for a murder.
Bernd 2023-08-12 09:25:57 ⋅ 1mn No. 282811
Case closed folks
Bernd 2023-08-12 09:30:53 ⋅ 1mn No. 282814
>>282809 I don't know, drones became very popular into war, military train and clashes between Narcos and police. Some adventages of these "weapons" are that they can commit the crime from far away, leaving almost anything of evidenve but the relacion of the victim with every possible problem that caused someone to deseare his dead. see you tomorrow i need to sleep
Bernd 2023-08-12 16:29:39 ⋅ 1mn No. 282878
Bernd 2023-08-12 16:41:51 ⋅ 1mn No. 282882
a dronde can't have such a precisition to drop it from high height and hit the target, also the explosive could've been indirectly activated while flying it, so it was a kamikaze drone you should investigate the university first cause is the only place you can get a drone without getting registred, the model can help to certificate that
Bernd 2023-08-12 17:08:47 ⋅ 1mn No. 282884
>>282807 Is the first picture related? Eindhoven often has dense fogs or strong winds, both would render drone dropping improbable. Also it's a densely populated area, there would be a lot of street/car video recordings while almost no high rise buildings so a drone would be easy to trace by. Even in Rotterdam bombings usually occur from timed land based explosives, it's much easier to organise and much harder to investigate so the drone gotta be a cover up. I'd start with some actual investigation, such as digging up who the victim was and who would benefit from his death.
Bernd 2023-08-12 17:31:27 ⋅ 1mn No. 282885
did this really happen or is it fantasy?
Bernd 2023-08-12 17:50:50 ⋅ 1mn No. 282888
Use mobile phone data to identify anyone that was in the area at that time. Then make interviews with them. If it was a drone it had to be deployed somewhere. Since it is a city cenre it is likely that someone has seen that. Also there are some skills required to make a mechanism to remotely target and deploy the grenade. This might help to identify some suspects within the people that were in the area at that time.
Bernd 2023-08-12 23:22:11 ⋅ 1mn No. 282929
>>282882 Then third column tells the range of the drone in a normal distance. >you should investigate the university first cause is the only place you can get a drone without getting registred I didn't know that Some videos on the internet about shows how precise a drone dropping a granate could be (with low velocity of wind of course), that reminds me when both uckranians and russians didn't attack to each other with drones because of wind's speed. > there would be a lot of street/car video recordings while almost no high rise buildings so a drone would be easy to trace by. A dron could be like 50*50 cm so you are right about that i can imaginate it, the matter is how to find the people who car's recorded the video, maybe asking in a local infocomercial I don't know. >such as digging up who the victim was and who would benefit from his death. Correct >>282888 Is that possible such in a third-world country?
Bernd 2023-08-13 03:30:11 ⋅ 1mn No. 282936
crime seems unsolveable your best choice would be searching recent drone purchases. but organized crime likely had the drone for a long time, transferred it for far away, stole it, or other such hard to trace
Bernd 2023-08-13 08:44:17 ⋅ 1mn No. 282952
>>282929 >Is that possible such in a third-world country? All you need to have is that is that the cell-phone towers log the signal strength of each cellphone that comes into their reach. When multiple do this you can triangulate the location of the cellphone. Presumably your towers use the same chink hardware that does it as wectern towers. The software that does the rest should be easily available. Surveillance of its citizens is something that every government from turd world to democracy to dictatorshit has an interest in. So yes. Most likely. The only problem is when they can't match a phone number to a person. Do circumvent that germany forces germs to register with their passport when they buy a new sim-card. Even if it is prepaid. Don't know if mexico is as far is us in that regard.