SOUTH VENICE — As the college criminology students approached the desolate wooded area, they saw a woman tied to a tree. Little did they know the bodyguard of “the victim” was around the corner, also dead.
Now the 27 students had to figure out just how the woman was strangled, tied up and left to decompose. Criminology students in professor William Kemper’s class at the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee’s North Port campus worked Monday in the woods during their field trip to the mock crime scene at State College of Florida’s South Venice campus. Each had to dissect the complicated crime scenes where the two “bodies” — life-size mannequins — were found.
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