Archives for June 2011

Vidocq presents Dominic d’Souza!

Meet Dominic d’Souza, my nocturnal friend. Dominic is a specialist defense practitioner often instructed on very high profile cases in the UK. He has extensive experience in Business Crime with complex fraud, insider dealing, mortgage and VAT fraud. Dominic also specializes in Confiscation cases brought by the Assets Recovery Agency under the new legislation. Dominic d’Souza speaks fluent Cantonese […]

Ask Steve Hodel!

As you know, our #cclivechat on July 15, 2011, centers on the case of Elizabeth Short. Elizabeth (July 29, 1924 – January 15, 1947) was found savagely murdered and her body was left in plain view for anyone to see the grotesque mutilations that she was subjected to before she died. Over the years, many authors […]

Week 24: Sum it up!

Week 24: Sum it up!. Between 1933 and 1945, millions of children were displaced as a result of persecution by the Nazis and their collaborators. After World War II, relief agencies photographed some of the children who survived to help find their families. Now, more than 65 years later, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is […]

I’m A Scientist, Get Me Out Of Here!

I’m A Scientist, Get Me Out Of Here! is a guest post by Sue Carney. Imagine having an eclectic group of scientists at your disposal to ask any question you like. This is exactly what the ‘I’m A Scientist, Get Me Out Of Here’ project offers to approximately 8000 UK school children for two weeks, commencing […]

Weeks 22 + 23: Sum it up!

Weeks 22 + 23: Sum it up! Hartford, CT: Kelvin Daye has been arrested in connection with the 2004 homicide on Nutmeg Lane and has been charged with the first degree kidnapping, felony murder, and aggravated sexual assault of Trupti Patel. An autopsy revealed that Patel had been raped and died of a gunshot wound […]

Vidocq presents Gavin Ward!

Please welcome my good friend Gavin Ward. Gavin is a lawyer who turned legal technologist, working as a self-employed consultant to the legal profession in Scotland. Based in Scotland’s largest two cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh, his business is called WardblawG Consulting, which includes social media and SEO services for law firms across Scotland. As part of this […]

OPP defends decision in Karen Caughlin case

The Sarnia Observer reports that Commissioner Lewis stands by his decision in the 1974 unsolved murder of Karen Caughlin. “OPP Commissioner Chris Lewis is defending his decision not to hand over the investigation of the Karen Caughlin murder to another police agency for external review. Lewis, who was in Point Edward Sunday speaking at a […]