We can dissect it and determine what the cops did wrong, maybe what Garner could have done differently.
“Bloggers may dissect the books so quickly they will serve as a surrogate index,” Begala said.
Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields dissect the second-season premiere of the best spy show on TV.
dissect dis·sect (dĭ-sěkt', dī-, dī'sěkt')
v. dis·sect·ed, dis·sect·ing, dis·sects
To cut apart or separate tissue, especially for anatomical study.
In surgery, to separate different anatomical structures along natural lines by dividing the connective tissue framework.