Archives for May 2014

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari denied for Zeigler

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari denied for Zeigler on May 19, 2014. The only notation is that “Chief Justice [Roberts] took no part in the consideration or decision of this petition.”  Dennis H. Tracey, III and John Houston Pope filed a petition for a writ of certiorari with the United States Supreme Court. In […]

Cold Case Flipboard

My friends at M-Vac Systems have made a flipboard of cold cases, check here. The M-Vac System enables investigators to solve more crime through better DNA collection. It helps detectives and crime scene investigators close difficult open and cold cases.  For example, the M-Vac found probative DNA on a cold case victim’s water soaked clothing, […]

Interesting details in the Amy Mihaljevic case

Interesting details in the Amy Mihaljevic case found after reading the post on the AISOCC’s blog. The case details in that post made me search online for more details and I found a few that are interesting. Maybe they have been addressed in other articles that I did not see. If so, let me know. […]

The Skeleton Crew by Deborah Halber

The Skeleton Crew by Deborah Halber gives you insight in all the armchair sleuthing and obstacles they face(d) trying to help others. These crews have one thing in common with the cops: the desire the serve and help others especially those who cannot speak anymore for themselves. Reading the book makes you aware how far […]

Case of the Month: Hinterkaifeck

Case of the Month: Hinterkaifeck from 1922. On March 31, in 1922, six people were murdered behind the hamlet of Kaifeck, Bavaria, Germany. The murder weapon was a mattock which is similar to a pickaxe. It has a long handle with a stout head that combines both an axe blade and a cutter, or a […]