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Prandelli said: "We did hear from Andrea before the Livor no match, and he is going through a tricky time.
Cyril Wecht, not involved in the Jackson case, said: "If someone carried the body from one room to another, the livor would be 'broken' where contact with the body was made.
For the first five minutes, West examines Oliveaux's body, noting bruises, signs of livor mortis (the pooling of blood after death), abrasions, and contusions.
The Ibrox side sit undefeated at the top of Group A after last night's victory and the win over Livor no in their opening game.
A whole book (2) has been written covering various parameters--such as livor mortis (the pooling of the blood in the dependent portions of the body after death), rigor mortis (stiffening of the body), the temperature of the body when found, potassium levels in the vitreous humor (the eye fluid) and a whole host of other factors--none of which give hard-and-fast rules for determining the time since death.