The FBI estimates 80 percent of all criminals leave behind some sort of electronic evidence. That’s one of the reasons it decided to open 13 new computer forensic laboratories across the country with the most recent being right here in Colorado. Everyday electronic devices are the same ones that can help connect suspects to crimes. “Cell phones, PDA’s, an iPod, a digital camera, anything that has digital evidence,” Chris Buechner, the laboratory director, said. That evidence that is now being gathered in Colorado’s newest high tech crime lab…
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