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Gruesome video of Twin Peaks aftermath shown during day 12 of trial

WACO – The grim reality of what happened at Twin Peaks during the biker shootout was made clear to the jury on Thursday as the trial for Bandido Jake Carrizal rolled into day 12. Prosecutors showed video from inside and outside the restaurant after the shooting ended and the crime scene was still fresh.

The video showed an empty restaurant with dead bodies sprawled out everywhere, and blood smeared all over the floor. Amber Richardson, City of Waco crime scene technician, walked through the Twin Peaks shooting video of the scene right after the deadly shootout. Everything from bloody bandanas to guns, brass knuckles, and multiple dead bodies. Richardson was called to Twin Peaks around 2:30 p.m. on May 17, 2015, and was assigned to the patio and interior area of the restaurant.

“Basically, I

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‘It can make a gruesome mess’: Crime scene cleaner on what it’s like clearing up after a death

A crime scene cleaner has opened up about the gruesome scenes they witness when called to deal with the aftermath death.

Family members and landlords are often left to clean up after a body has been removed, no matter how gruesome or disturbing the aftermath is.

That’s when crime scene cleaning specialists like George Mensah are called in to restore some order and dignity to proceedings.

George, who runs Merseyside House Clearance, has dealt with decaying bodies, swarms of flies, dismembered fingers and even sex dungeons through his work, but sees it all as just part of his “recession proof” job.

The team feature on ITV’s Call The Cleaner
(Image: Liverpool Echo)

He told the Liverpool Echo : “We do what needs to be

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‘It can make a gruesome mess’: Crime scene cleaner on what it’s like …

A crime scene cleaner has opened up about the gruesome scenes they witness when called to deal with the aftermath death.

Family members and landlords are often left to clean up after a body has been removed, no matter how gruesome or disturbing the aftermath is.

That’s when crime scene cleaning specialists like George Mensah are called in to restore some order and dignity to proceedings.

George, who runs Merseyside House Clearance, has dealt with decaying bodies, swarms of flies, dismembered fingers and even sex dungeons through his work, but sees it all as just part of his “recession proof” job.

The team feature on ITV’s Call The Cleaner
(Image: Liverpool Echo)

He told the Liverpool Echo : “We do what needs to be

Read more at: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/it-can-make-gruesome-mess-11270584

Inside the Gruesome World of a Crime Scene Cleaner

“It’s like concrete when it dries,” he says while inside a Toronto apartment littered with kids’ toys, recording equipment, drugs, and gun paraphernalia. “But if you start when it’s too fresh, you’ll just smear it everywhere.”

The professional crime scene cleaner is on the site of a shotgun suicide where he gives me the rundown of his process. “I’ll scrape, clean, disinfect, then paint,” Weir says. All of the guy’s possessions will be placed in a storage locker for his family to sort through. “When I’m done, nobody will ever know what happened here.”

Mouldy grow-ops, vicious murder scenes, liquefied corpses—Weir has cleaned them all. He’s lean and wiry with cigarette-stained teeth, needle-short hair, and a distant, muddy stare. And you can tell that he’s seen things that would shatter a sensitive soul. You can also tell that he’s just fine with that.

“That’s someone’s existence that

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