CSI Afghanistan: Forensic experts help turn bomb maker into convict

CSI AfghanistanThe lead latent print examiner for Afghan Captured Materials Exploitation Laboratory uses a green laser that makes latent fingerprints glow orange because of a dye used while processing the evidence. The fingerprints can then be more easily seen, recorded and identified. (Photo by Ed Drohan, Combined Joint Task Force Paladin Public Affairs)
BAGRAM AIR FIELD, Afghanistan – Between November 2011 and March 2012, four improvised explosive devices were found in southern Afghanistan, including one that wounded five U.S. Marines – one seriously – and disabled an armored vehicle.