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FACT or FICTION: Forensics and Crime Scene Investigation Portrayed in Entertainment

(article originally posted on CrimeFictionBook.com 11/19/2015) If you’re not already reading crime writer/criminologist Jennifer Chase’s blog and Emily Stone series of novels, you’re missing out. In addition to those great reads, Chase cranks out posts on her website worthy of a … Continue reading

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Proceed Carefully When Diagnosing Violent Criminals

When we read about a horrific crime that has been committed or we watch a news clip of an alleged murder smiling as he walks in handcuffs into a courtroom, we often ask the question, “How could someone be so … Continue reading

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Eat Junk Food, Commit a Crime, and Leave Visible Fingerprints for Cops

Consuming processed foods on a regular basis has contributed to a higher level of salt excreted through fingerprints.  Many processed and junk foods possess a high level of sodium (generally used as a perseverative), which in turn allows fingerprints to … Continue reading

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