forensically clean

forensically clean

A disk, tape or other storage device that is completely free of data and viruses. There are no residual data whatsoever remaining on the medium. See computer forensics.
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Kitchens Whether it's Ed's second kitchenette, Cameron's bread maker, salad-spinner and Proscuitto di Parma, Clegg's paella and white wine or Nicola Sturgeon's coffee maker and forensically clean surfaces, save us from the domestic minutiae of our political leaders.
With the Toyota Camry used in the attack later found burnt out in Lurgan, a prosecution barrister claimed the activities were linked to efforts to forensically clean the vehicle.
Hussey went to great lengths to conceal her involvement in this crime by attempting to forensically clean her car, clothing, the scene and the spade used to kill Annie.
Despite Mr McCartney'ssisters attempting to break down the wall of silence, detectives have still to be told who started the fight when knives were pulled and details of any later attempts to forensically clean the pub.
Yesterday the home of dog owner Bev Concannon was boarded up as police tried to keep the bloody scene of the killing forensically clean.