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Two cases of firearm-related murder–suicide: Forensic implications of the ability to act

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Title
Two cases of firearm-related murder–suicide: Forensic implications of the ability to act
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Medicine, Science and the Law, March 2019
DOI 10.1177/0025802419837064
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Tijana Durmić, Bojana Radnić, Milenko Bogdanović, Tatjana Atanasijević

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#10,438,544
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#237
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