Juan Vucetich was a Croatian-born Argentine anthropologist and police official who pioneered Dactiloscopía comparada (). Argentine police adopted. Juan Vucetich is the author of Dactiloscopia Comparada ( avg rating, 1 rating , 0 reviews, published ). The publication of Dactiloscopía Comparada, Vucetich’s definitive work on fingerprint identification, and his travels to other countries, helped to spread his.
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Juan Vucetich (Author of Dactiloscopia Comparada)
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In Vucetich made the first positive identification of a criminal in a case where Francisca Rojas had killed her two children and then cut her throat, trying to put the blame on the outside attacker.
A bloody print identified her as the killer.
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