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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the proof of cyanide poisoning Baden finds in the bodies that is crucial to the case?
(a) Baden didn't find proof of cyanide poisoning.
(b) Cyanide is found in the tissue.
(c) There is lividity in the bodies.
(d) The smell of bitter almonds is present.
2. What leads investigators to ask for Baden's assistance with Dr. Brown's murder?
(a) They find soot in the airway, but no carbon monoxide.
(b) They find no body, but traces of burnt flesh.
(c) They find carbon monoxide, but no soot in the airway.
(d) They find no traces of drugs in Dr. Brown's system.
3. What is Attica?
(a) A maximum security men's prison.
(b) A daycare.
(c) A detention center for wayward youth.
(d) A maximum security women's prison.
4. How does heroin kill?
(a) It depresses the brain enough so it forgets to send a signal to the heart.
(b) It induces heart attack.
(c) It causes a stroke.
(d) It depresses the brain enough so it forgets to send a signal to breathe.
5. How did Jerald Sklar claim Catherine Fried had killed her husband?
(a) By stabbing him.
(b) By strangling him with a telephone cord.
(c) By sitting on a pillow over his face.
(d) By poisoning him.
6. How does cocaine kill people?
(a) Through stroke.
(b) Through heart arrhythmia.
(c) Through nasal passage explosion.
(d) Through suffocation.
7. How does Baden know Gail Morris died on Saturday, and not on Friday or Sunday?
(a) The maggot eggs in her eyes would have hatched if she died on Sunday.
(b) The maggot eggs in her eyes would have hatched if she died on Friday.
(c) The maggot eggs in her eyes would not have hatched if she died on Friday.
(d) He doesn't know when Gail Morris died.
8. For what was Michael Privitiera killed?
(a) Leaking to reporters.
(b) Trying to escape.
(c) Stealing weapons.
(d) Starting fights.
9. Where was Jaroslawicz's body found?
(a) In the river.
(b) In a small box under a work bench.
(c) In the trunk of a car.
(d) In a small cupboard in a work shop.
10. What was Baden's listed cause of death for Daphne Mellon?
(a) Drug overdose.
(c) Blunt force trauma.
(d) Gunshot wound.
11. What does Baden find in his autopsies?
(a) The prisoners died from being shot by other prisoners.
(b) The hostages died from being stabbed by guards.
(c) The hostages died from being poisoned by other prisoners.
(d) The hostages died from being shot by guards.
12. Why does Baden offer to do a minimum autopsy?
(a) To ensure political power.
(b) To hide the evidence.
(c) To soothe the Hasidic Jews of the community.
(d) To cover up the removal of the body.
13. Why were the corrections officers not supposed to take part in the raid?
(a) They would be slower.
(b) They would be reluctant to kill.
(c) They would seek revenge.
(d) They would side with inmates.
14. Which organ is particularly important for detecting poison?
(a) The spleen.
(b) The eye.
(c) The appendix.
(d) The tongue.
15. What is Baden's criticism against the doctors who saw Tinning's nine dead children?
(a) That they could have saved the children.
(b) That they didn't show enough sympathy.
(c) That they were inefficient.
(d) That they didn't want to suspect murder.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the verdict in Claus's second trial?
2. What caused the riot?
3. What did Travis decide to try to steal from inside the house of Dr. Brown?
4. What did the Buffalo Killer do to the taxi drivers in Buffalo?
5. What was the first indicator that the Tinning children did not die from bad genes?
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