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Fascinating Forensics: 2 High-Profile Murders Solved by Unusual Evidence

In modern law enforcement, forensic scientists are a crucial component in a criminal investigation. In addition to conducting routine analysis on a myriad of non-violent cases, they are vital in assisting police solve murders. And, more to the point, forensic … Continue reading

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California Woman Reunited with Family a Decade after Alleged Abduction

In recent years, we have seen the 24/7 news cycle consumed with several stories of kidnap victims who are reunited with their families after many months or even years of separation. A decade ago, we all were stunned when Elizabeth … Continue reading

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No Answers Make Sense When Asking Questions about a Child’s Murder

When allowing yourself to go deeply into the world of criminal psychology and study the minds of those who commit some of society’s most heinous acts of violence, there is no personality more disturbing than one who would harm a … Continue reading

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Unwanted Body of Killer is Donated to Education

Most of you are probably familiar with the horrible events that took place earlier this year in Tennessee, when a man named Adam Mayes killed Jo Ann Bain and her fourteen-year-old daughter and then abducted Bain’s two younger girls.  He … Continue reading

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Abducted Child Found After Eight Years

There is much truth to the idea that the first 24 hours are the most crucial in any kidnapping investigation.  These initial moments afford you the best chance on catching someone before they travel a great distance or before any … Continue reading

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