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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did Robert Travis and Larry Peters set out to do at Dr. Brown's property on the night she died?
(a) Steal a car.
(b) Steal her antiques.
(c) Burn the house down.
(d) Steal gas.
2. What does Baden mention that can slow digestion by almost an hour?
(a) Drinking alcohol.
(b) Eating certain foods.
(c) Exercise and emotional state.
(d) Drinking vast quantities of water.
3. What did the Buffalo Killer do to the taxi drivers in Buffalo?
(a) Cut out their kidneys.
(b) Cut off their heads.
(c) Cut out their hearts.
(d) Cut off their hands.
4. What mistake does Baden blame prison authorities for making?
(a) They threatened the prisoners.
(b) They stopped the raid to negotiate.
(c) They killed a prisoner.
(d) They started the raid.
5. What does Baden find when he examines the body of Gail Morris?
(a) There are stab wounds.
(b) There are gunshot wounds in the back.
(c) There are wounds consistent with being hit in the head.
(d) There are no signs of murder.
6. What punishment did Carl Coppolino receive for the murder of his wife?
(a) Twelve and one-half years in jail.
(b) Nothing; he was acquitted.
(c) The death penalty.
(d) A life sentence.
7. What happened to Riverdell Hospital?
(a) It closed for lack of patients.
(b) It was closed by the government.
(c) It was demolished in a tornado.
(d) It was burned down.
8. How did the masochist doctor die at the end of Chapter Ten?
(a) He died from a gunshot wound.
(b) He died from a heroin overdose.
(c) He died from starvation.
(d) He died by asphyxiation.
9. Why was Leonard Barco an obvious suspect for the killing of Gail Morris?
(a) He was the last person to leave her apartment.
(b) He was her husband.
(c) He was her brother.
(d) He was the last to be seen with her alive.
10. What was the first indicator that the Tinning children did not die from bad genes?
(a) One child had severe bruising.
(b) One child was shot.
(c) One child was found starved to death.
(d) One child was adopted.
11. What did Catherine steal while Paul was in the hospital?
(a) His jewelry.
(b) $100,000 and Paul's will.
(c) $10,000 and Paul's will.
(d) $6,000 and Paul's pre-nuptial agreement.
12. Why was Jaroslawicz's body preserved so well?
(a) He was kept in plastic in a cold room.
(b) He was kept in plastic underwater.
(c) He was kept in plastic outside.
(d) He was kept in plastic in a warm room.
13. Where did David Hendricks take his children to eat the night they were murdered?
(a) A fast food restaurant.
(b) A pizza parlor.
(c) They ate at home.
(d) A sub sandwich shop.
14. Why were the Attica lawsuits mostly thrown out?
(a) Unfairness in prosecution.
(b) No one was guilty of anything.
(c) The guards in question died.
(d) The prisoners in question died.
15. How does heroin kill?
(a) It depresses the brain enough so it forgets to send a signal to the heart.
(b) It depresses the brain enough so it forgets to send a signal to breathe.
(c) It causes a stroke.
(d) It induces heart attack.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did the prisoners do to William Quinn?
2. What does Baden claim was the cause of death for Whitney Young?
3. What is Attica?
4. What does Baden find in his autopsies?
5. Which organ is particularly important for detecting poison?
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