Recap #cclivechat March 30, 2012

Today’s chat centered on postmortem toxicology and pharmacokinetics. Neither topic can be discussed within the hour but we got some good questions in for Peter Mullen! In general, pharmacokinetics is understanding the “time-course” of a substance in the body or, how fast does it travel through the body? All depends of course on what was taken and […]

Forsenic anthropologists crack historic cold cases for National Geographic TV

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Forensic anthropologists at Texas State University are helping to solve four unusual cold cases, for the television series “The Decrypters” that will air on the National Geographic Channel beginning March 29, 2012. “The series will tie the investigative methods used by forensic anthropologists to sweeping events in American history,” said Michelle Hamilton, who with Kate […]

Norm was right, it raises interesting questions.

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Last night I was making my rounds around the blogs. I stopped by Norm’s. Norm Pattis always makes me think. Last night, Norm made me mad. You see, I had not seen the article he pointed out. In his blog post “Why Florida v. Zimmerman is necessary” he discussed an article concerning the shooting of Trayvon […]

A Trini nod for DCC!

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A Trini nod for DCC! Having friends and supporters around you always makes a difference! Today, DCC got a nod from Gary Howard a.k.a. TriniCSI on his blog. Gary was our #cclivechat guest on December 16, 2011. I am pleased to announce that Gary will be back for another chat! There is still a lot […]

Update in 1981 Sohus case

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Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter a.k.a. Clark Rockefeller a.k.a. Christopher Chichester a.k.a. Christopher Crowe will go on trial in September 2012 for the 1985 murder of John Sohus, and whose wife, Linda (pictured on the left) is still missing. Gerhartsreiter is acccused with the murder of John Sohus, his then-landlady’s son. John and his wife Linda disappeared in the mid-1980s. John’s skull and […]