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Crime Scene Reconstruction

Anatomy is the same for every person. If a human is big, their anatomy is big. If a human is small, their anatomy is small. The heart is still a heart. The pelvis is still shaped like a pelvis. The height and width of a person do not affect anatomy placement, only their size as it relates to the rest of their body. If there is an abnormality, it will be cited in the autopsy reports/medical documents. They are written by vetted medical professionals. We take these absolute facts from the documents and visually reconstruct them.

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Facial Reconstruction

Covert Intelligence LLC reconstructs facial features by observing the details on skeleton skulls. This provides important information on a missing person case or cold cases. Again, he gives each face subtle differences, taking into consideration how they might change depending on the situations they may have been in and their socio-economic status.

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Covert Intelligence LLC can accurately draw and identify people of interest-based only on blurry, partial photos. The illustrations below were generated from the partial image captured on a surveillance camera in Puerto Rico – within six hours of releasing the illustrations to the media, the suspect was apprehended when a viewer identified him from the drawing.

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Facial Identification - Covert Intellige


Covert Intelligence LLC recreates the arson scene and can take it back to what it looked like before the fire. His animated illustrations can show where the fire began and how it grew in size and spread throughout the structure. He is able to depict where the accelerants were within the structure and how the fire behaved after it was ignited.

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Meet Our Forensic Artist


Sheldon Borenstein

Forensic Artist

Sheldon has worked closely and exclusively with the top forensic professionals to produce courtroom moving diagrams and illustrations in both civil and criminal cases.  He is also bringing his 30 plus years of experience to the fire investigation industry. Sheldon was an invited guest at two homicide and forensic related seminars; the first was the Public Agency Training Council 5 Day Homicide And Forensic Death Investigation in Las Vegas, NV (2010), and the second was the Colonel Henry F. Williams International Homicide Seminar in Albany, NY (2010). Sheldon have been part of our team of experts for more than 10 years combining his experience with our investigations. 

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