London on Knife’s Edge: Young Man Stabbed to Death

September 20, 2018 | Brainwave Science

The victim was given first aid- Brainwave ScienceSITUATION

Metropolitan police of London has reported that a man died in a violent stabbing on Corinne Road, Tufnell Park. The victim was given first aid by officers and paramedics from London Ambulance Service, but he died at the scene. The man’s next-of-kin have been informed although he has not yet been formally identified. A murder investigation has been launched and a post-mortem examination will be held in due course. Police said extra officers will be in the area as local CCTV footage is recovered and forensic analysis continues. There have been no arrests. The scene remains cordoned off.


According to BBC, “Across England and Wales, an incident involving a blade or sharp object takes place, on average, every 14 minutes.” Police can’t even be bothered to log tens of thousands of violent crimes including rape and assault, or to investigate easy-to-solve cases of burglary and theft. Few culprits end up in court, while most who do are released with a slap on the wrist.

The stark truth is that the police have lost control of the streets — and are out of control as forces of law and order. Figures from London’s Metropolitan police showed that knife crime has surged by 16 per cent in the capital — as Britain’s crime epidemic continues. The total number of offences involving a knife or bladed instrument that have been recorded by cops in the year to March 2018 rose to 40,147, a seven-year high. There were 1,299 stabbings in London up to the end of April, according to official statistics from the Met Police.


According to The Sun, ‘Dozens of people have been fatally stabbed in the capital since the beginning of this year as the latest figures show knife crime has soared to the seven-year high.” Has London become a lawless capital? Law enforcement agencies like MET police and the government cannot afford to fail in their “basic duty to keep the public safe”. To help address this grave situation of ever-accelerating crimes related to soaring stabbings in London, iCognative has finally arrived at the rescue.

iCognative developed by Brainwave Science is a state-of-the-art, contemporary innovative security technology that supports law enforcement authorities. Developed with the challenges faced at different levels of complexities by investigators, Brainwave Science team successfully engineered a technology like none other in the market to this day. Fundamentally the biggest advantage is that  iCognative has a miraculous ability to distinguish between an innocent and a perpetrator, by identifying information present in the brain.

With the assistance of iCognative, authorities can gain valuable sources of missing information and links related to the murder of the 25-year-old victim, who was found wounded after police were called to Corinne Road, Tufnell Park. iCognative by Brainwave Science detects crime concerning concealed knowledge from any suspicious brain and aids an investigation by swift identification of the criminal. The technology relies on brain information processing that detects a distinct change in electrical activity, Event-Related Potential (ERP), when an individual brain responds to the sight of familiar stimuli.

In order to conduct a test on a suspect, a case test needs to be built, both known (relevant), as well as confidential information (only known to the perpetrator and investigating agencies), is input into iCognative system. For example, in this case, information such as dates of the crime, location, type of the weapon, along with testimonies of witnesses and family members etc., shall be uploaded to the system in order to conduct a test. iCognative system collects brain responses to each stimulus and all these brain responses are analyzed at end of the test by fully automated, proprietary analysis software to determine with 99.9% accuracy if the information is present or absent in the brain of the suspect.

By standardizing the use of first-of-its-kind iCognative technology in investigations, law enforcement agencies benefit from a scientific and objective means to resolve who exactly the perpetrator and accomplice is, and the level of participation in any given crime. Brain Fingerprinting sets the benchmark for innovation and performance in a world that most needs to be kept safe.

Main Source: BBC

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