||Shocking Cases from Dr. Henry Lee's Forensic
Files: The Phil Spector Case / the Priest's Ritual Murder of a Nun / the Brown's Chicken Massacre and More!
By Dr. Henry Lee and Jerry
Labriola, M.D., this latest book also covers the accidental
Hartford police shooting of a local youngster and Dr. Lee's
investigation efforts in the Genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina. -
Famous Crimes Revisited:
A fascinating look at criminal investigations and the new technologies, by Dr. Henry Lee and Jerry
Through a discussion of seven major crimes of the past
century--Sacco-Vanzetti, Lindbergh, JFK, Sam Sheppard,
Vincent Foster, JonBenet Ramsey, and O.J. Simpson--see
how (a) The same forensic errors of the 1920's are
still being made today. (b) Human error and/or
misconduct can tarnish criminal investigations. (c)
Public opinion can influence the outcome of criminal
cases. (d) Modern technology might have helped solve
past cases. - see details
Dr. Henry Lee's Forensic Files: Five Famous Cases
Dr. Henry Lee and Jerry Labriola, M.D.
This book begins with the infamous Scott Peterson case.
Next, they consider the much-publicized abduction of Elizabeth Smart from her Salt Lake City
In the final chapters, Drs. Lee and Labriola examine three lesser-known yet equally compelling cases: a novelist accused of murdering his wife, whose body was found at the foot of a staircase in their home---a circumstance eerily similar to what happened to another woman in his life in Germany sixteen years earlier; the murder of a man's wife in which both the husband and her lover are considered suspects (with an outcome that is guaranteed to shock!); and the shooting death of a witness against an accused arsonist shortly before his trial, also with a stunning conclusion.
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