It was a lie.
The National Crime Scene Review Team is not a forensic lab.
The National Crime Laboratory is not responsible for determining whether or not an injury was caused by a weapon.
The NCSL is the national crime lab that is charged with collecting and analyzing evidence.
It is also responsible for reviewing crime scenes, including those at federal facilities, state and local government, and private facilities.
But there is no such thing as a forensic crime scene team.
The crime scene is an area that is under investigation by police.
It’s a complicated area of law enforcement that is used to investigate crimes and cases involving human beings.
There are several things the NCSOL has to do, including interview the injured person, determine if there was an active shooter and if so, whether it was a weapon or not, as well as identify the items that were seized, and determine the amount of the weapon and the circumstances of its possession.
The team does not have the same level of expertise as a homicide or homicide investigation, said NCSOC spokesperson Amy Mascola.
But she said it’s important to know the facts.
It is important to understand what was discovered by the NCDRS team.
We don’t have all the answers.
There is always more to be learned.
We also need to make sure we have a comprehensive picture of what happened, Mascola said.
It was a false claim.
The NCSOS did not tell us it was part of a team investigating a murder.
It was not a team of police officers, she said.
But NCSOs were trained in the use of body cameras, and the NCA team had a body camera on at the time of the shooting.
The video was obtained from the scene and has been shared with law enforcement agencies across the country.
The incident at a home in the 300 block of Piedmont Road in Lakeville, Illinois, that killed an 8-year-old boy and his 2-year old brother is being investigated by the Lakeville Police Department, which is part of the NCHP.
The Lakeville police are not investigating the incident as a shooting.
We have been told that a vehicle pulled up on the property, parked, and there was a male child in the vehicle, police said in a news release.
When the child reached out for help, the male child was shot, the news release said.
The child is listed in critical condition at a local hospital, according to the Lakewood Police Department.
No charges have been filed.
No one has been arrested.
The family has been notified, and investigators have a timeline of events that will include interviewing witnesses and reviewing evidence, the release said, adding that police are working with the Lake County Medical Examiner’s Office.
The investigation is continuing.