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1. They sent the fingerprints to Interpol, who forwarded them to the FBI. The FBI fingerprint examiner found a match. It was a match to a man named Brandon Mayfield, an attorney from Oregon.
2. They say that fingerprint identification is infallible, and that it is 100% accurate. The problems with these assumptions, as shown in the Mayfield case, is that sometimes people mess up.
3. Fingerprint matches are determined through a series of points and loops, whorls, and arches.
4. Fingerprint analysis is different on television because in reality there is an