Added by on 2019-02-07

In this episode of ‘Technique Critique’, crime scene analyst and investigator Matthew Steiner examines forensics investigations in crime scenes from movies and television to see how accurate they are. Crime scenes are from The Wire, NCIS, Zodiac, The Flash, The Boondock Saints, Heat, Seven, The Other Guys, How to Get Away with Murder, CSI: Miami, The Dark Knight, Dexter, Insomnia, True Detective, Bone Collector, Criminal Minds, Family Guy, Iron Man 3, Minority Report and more. Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► http://wrd.cm/15fP7B7 ABOUT WIRED WIRED is where tomorrow is realized. Through thought-provoking stories and videos, WIRED explores the future of business, innovation, and culture. Forensics Expert Examines 20 Crime Scene Investigations from Film & TV | Technique Critique | WIRED Part 1: https://goo.gl/UiNZZZ Part 2: https://goo.gl/xhT2AC Part 3: https://goo.gl/K4jRKw Part 4: https://goo.gl/JqxoaQ Part 6: https://goo.gl/LdS15r ____________________________________ Comedian DeRay Davis opened up to VladTV about doing voice work on Kanye’s two albums and everyone saying that it sounded like Cedric the Entertainer doing an impression of Bernie Mac. After explaining how he and Kanye first linked up, DeRay touched on rappers stealing the Chicago Drill sound and the violence associated with the Chicago hip-hop scene. To hear more, including Hollywood only having room for one black comedian at a time and Kevin Hart’s movies hurting his ticket sales, hit the above clip. Related PostsHydroponics NFT system ( Nutrient Film Technique )Nutrient Film Technique (NFT) Hydroponic SystemHydroponic – NFT systems basic run down (Nutrient Film Technique)How Does Nutrient Film Technique Of Hydroponics Gardening Works – What Kit ConsistsHydroponics N.F.T (Nutrient Film Technique) systemNutrient Film Technique Hydroponic Systems – Drip System

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35 Comments

  • Andrew Waites 3 months ago

    Very informative

  • Joel S 3 months ago

    It's a wooden gun in The Wire, you idiot.

  • Gabriel Land 3 months ago

    More episodes like this would be great. Well done.

  • Tabby Bladen 3 months ago

    Wish Lucifer was on this

  • Arbek Abdulla 3 months ago

    What about bones?

  • XAutumnXFlowerX 3 months ago

    well looking at my finger I'd say I have a loop fingerprint. The more you know lol

  • Molly 3 months ago

    Bones should have been included! It is a way better example of Forensic Anthropology.

  • Ezra Mccann 3 months ago

    Pretty sure they've disproved rifling and it can't be used as evidence

  • Rian Saputra 3 months ago

    Ouch

  • Chaitanya Desai 3 months ago

    he is flash the whole point is he is extraordinaire forensic scientist who can read run study it all super fast

  • Eli the Owl 3 months ago

    OMG, he has been doing his job for 21 years!!?? How old is he !!??

  • I am really Tired all the time 3 months ago

    he should've reviewed a crime scene in the TV show 'Bones' cause i think their crime scene investigations are realistic

  • Jim Y 3 months ago

    More than half of his complaints were that I crime scene investigator wouldn't do that when most of scenes were of detectives and not csi's.

  • Vitor Bergami Victor 3 months ago

    He seems so cold.

  • Scott Chan 3 months ago

    Man this guy looks like he's about to cry and my god do i not blame him. It's like he's not even really looking at the clips, just listening and staring at far off.

  • Roy McMasters 3 months ago

    You should do Bones

  • Madolite 3 months ago

    850+ people watching this got caught!

  • Umair Mohammed Umair 3 months ago

    He has blue eyes

  • DukeBeri 3 months ago

    Trap is drugs drillbis killing and tge productio was originally different

  • Stephen Gowins 3 months ago

    I dont think pac or biggie would be legendary if they where still alive. Like snoop isnt legendary. Its just because they are dead you can buff all thier flaws out and elevate them to a level that they can never come down from. A video can come out tommorow of snoop gettinh hit by a tranny and pac is dead so no video can come out

  • Randy Candelario 3 months ago

    My entire life has been a lie. My entire childhood I thought it was Bernie Mac!

  • Mel Woods 3 months ago

    Now I gotta go back and listen to that album again… He killed that Bernie impersanation

  • Rod Osborne 3 months ago

    Chicago can't rap chill

  • AKAndrea 3 months ago

    Me Lee was king of house back in the day… “Get busy” was da sht

  • AKAndrea 3 months ago

    Terminator X?

  • Phillip 3 months ago

    This nigga lookin like the next Grady from Sandford&Son.

  • T Williams 3 months ago

    A simple google search will clearly show that *House Music**, not Baltimore Club Music, not Go-Go, but **House Music* started in Chicago… It’s no need for one to be defensive if u thought it started somewhere else.

  • Def Rocker 3 months ago

    Newark was big on house music also.

  • He obviously doesn't know what he's talking about when it comes to the drugs

  • bobby wright 3 months ago

    The fucks up with that drum kit? Is that a poster or a dusty ass set that’s never been touched?

  • Abheq 3 months ago

    My nigga coming across effeminate now. Wtf is going on.

  • Lloyd C. 3 months ago

    House music started in Africa

  • michael mantinaos 3 months ago

    No Detroit started house music facts

  • NICK NICK 3 months ago

    WHEN DID HOUSE MUSIC START N CHICAGO? ??