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Truth & Justice is a true crowdsourced investigation in real time. Host, Bob Ruff, asks listeners to help with investigations as he takes on a new potential wrongful conviction case every season. The subject of Season 10 is the 1996 murder of Houston woman, Catalina Palomino, and the possible wrongful conviction of 15 year old Jennifer Jeffley. Join the investigation!
 
Whether you're a practicing Latent Print Examiner or you're interested in forensics and true crime, the Double Loop Podcast is a weekly show featuring Glenn Langenburg and Eric Ray discussing latent print topics, current events in forensic science, the newest research articles, interesting guests, and analysis of notable cases from a forensic scientist perspective.
 
Hosted by a professional forensic accounting investigator, this weekly podcast seeks to find the best tools, practices, opportunities, and people to answer your questions about fraud and forensic accounting. Every week is a conversation with an expert in the fraud or forensic accounting industry who has a story to tell, ideas and wisdom to share, successes to inspire, and failures to confess. Where can you find the right credentials for your career? Where can you find the right training for ...
 
Intrusion Diversity System (IDS) is a Cyber Security podcast hosted by O'Shea Bowens, Doug Bryant Jr and Sienna Delvasto. Doug, O'Shea and Sienna weigh in on their experiences as minorities within the Cyber Security space. By telling stories, sharing experiences, giving career advice and demonstrating security tips, tricks & tools O'Shea, Doug, and Sienna hope to inspire others to see how exciting and valuable a career in Cyber Security could be.
 
en clair is a podcast about forensic linguistics, literary detection, language mysteries, cryptography, codes, language and the law, linguistic crime, undeciphered languages, and more, from past to present. Credits, links, podcast transcripts and more in the Case Notes: wp.lancs.ac.uk/enclair
 
Statistics need Stories to give them meaning. Stories need Statistics to give them credibility. Every Thursday John Bailer, Richard Campbell and Rosemary Pennington get together with a new, interesting guest to bring you the Statistics behind the Stories and the Stories behind the Statistics.
 
Welcome to the AICPA Forensic and Valuation Services (FVS) podcast channel. Subscribe to receive unlimited access to free podcasts on technical guidance, resources, and events as well as valuable insights and updates on professional issues from nationally recognized forensic and valuation experts. Visit us online at www.aicpa.org/fvs to gain access to valuable member-only benefits.
 
Forensic InService discusses the application of psychiatric, psychological, and social work evidence-based practice to matters of assessment and treatment, law, corrections, crime, and delinquency. We examine such concerns as the insanity defense, the high incarceration rate of individuals with mental illness, encounters with law enforcement, and the community management of sex offenders, as well as such macro concerns as the availability of treatment services, public perceptions of people w ...
 
What comes to mind when you hear the word “forensics”? For many, the word evokes images of sterile labs and white coats. The reality, however, is quite different. In Shattered Souls veteran forensic investigator Karen Smith opens her detailed and poignant journals from her 11 years as a forensic detective in Jacksonville, Florida. She speaks of trudging through muddy swamps, dangling over crime scenes from a firetruck ladder, and the tremendous emotional toll that the horror of these crimes ...
 
My forensic philosophy is that authentication and clarification of audio/video media combines art as well as science. The methods that I use require attention to detail and scientific principles, complemented by an appreciation for clarity and aesthetics. My techniques are derived from both a formal education and the application of skills gained by working in many forensics situations.
 
These are five podcasts that were broadcast on Lincoln's Siren FM radio during Science Week, 2010. They are part of an undergraduate chemistry course for Forensic Science students. This unit covers all the major areas of chemistry (inorganic, organic and physical) and is directed towards those theoretical and conceptual aspects that are developed subsequently in later stages of the course. Throughout the unit students are encouraged to develop practical skills necessary for all future chemis ...
 
On Saturday 22 January 2000, two men found a small holdall, abandoned on an industrial estate in the north of Sheffield. Upon opening the bag they made a gruesome discovery. A badly decomposed body. Who was this person? Why did they die? Where had the body been stored all of this time? In this collection, you’ll learn alongside the experts who worked to determine the identity of Mr. X. You’ll discover the forensic science techniques that were used to identify the body and understand the circ ...
 
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This deposition features another sinful apostle (see episode 106). In this case, Apostle Lewis Clemons, of the Church of God in Christ in Columbus, Georgia. Clemons was deposed reluctantly by attorneys for Lakisha Smith, a member of Clemons’ church from 2011-2016, who describes three occasions where the pastor acted inappropriately, on one occasion…
 
The docs tackle the most well-known of the cases in their vintage Los Angels crime series, the Wineville Chicken Coop Murders. They take you through the twisted background of the perpetrator (including the research on intrafamilial sexual abuse), as well as the crimes, locations, and unbelievable story of the most infamous victim and his mother tha…
 
Heather Culp is a law partner with Essex Richards in Charlotte, North Carolina. She focuses on bankruptcy and commercial litigation. She is frequently hired as a receiver. https://www.essexrichards.com/attorneys/heather-w-culp/ In this episode, we discuss: The difference between bankruptcy and receivership The role of a receiver The role and need f…
 
Primeau Forensics' 2020 Year in Review In this special episode of Blindspot, we sit down with Ed Primeau and Michael Primeau. The father and son team have been working side-by-side since 2009 and are the owners and forensic experts behind Primeau Forensics. With 2020 in the rearview mirror, Ed and Michael give us a look inside the trials and triump…
 
The digital forensics community thrives when practitioners take the time to share their expertise. Today on the Forensic Focus podcast, we're welcoming one of our co-contributors of original content. I'm your host, Christa Miller, and with us today is Patrick Siewert, principal consultant of Pro Digital Forensic Consulting, which is based in Richmo…
 
This week, the gals get science-y chatting about some ghostly technology. Topics include hands-off autopsies, some crime-solving crap, and a peek inside the intense world of art forgery. Get your hands on a bottle of The Gals Red Blend, always make your own tea, and tune in for Forensic Radiology. For a full list of show sponsors, visit www.wineand…
 
In this episode, Eric and Glenn are joined by Dr. Heidi Eldridge and Prof, Christophe Champod, the authors of "Testing the accuracy and reliability of palmar friction ridge comparisons - A black box study". The guests describe the design, the aims, and the results of the study. We get into discussions about the meaning and usefulness of error rate …
 
Gary Noesner retired from the FBI in 2003 following a 30 year career as an investigator, instructor, and negotiator. A significant focus of his career was directed toward investigating Middle East hijackings in which American citizens were victimized. In addition, he was an FBI hostage negotiator for 23 years of his career, retiring as the Chief of…
 
Much of the United States is buried under snow and ice, leaving many dreaming of spring. For some – that dream of spring brings with it a longing to hear the crack of a ball on a bat or the taste of peanuts in a ballpark. With the spring thaw comes baseball season and, with it, the inevitable number crunching associated with the sport. Data and bas…
 
This week, the gals cruise down south to discuss a certain popular restaurant chain. Topics include the importance of jelly packet placement, some embezzling ranchers, and why Brian McKnight is actually Spiderman. Pull out a cold can of Ruby Red White Claw, be nice to your server, and tune in for Waffle House Crimes. For a full list of show sponsor…
 
There are lots of hot areas in the market, which everybody knows. Stocks are obviously hot, as are industrial commodities like copper. Agricultural commodities are surging as well. If you look at a chart of corn or soy or even oats, they've been on a tear. One big factor: Chinese demand, in part driven by a desire to stock up on supplies. Meanwhile…
 
This week's episode of GACC serves up an awful lot of projection, if we're being honest. From mannequins to exploding vaginal candles, stored poop to mistaken eyeballs, to Britain's national treasure, tune in for this month's Gossip at the Corpse Cart. It's...a trip. For a full list of show sponsors, visit www.wineandcrimepodcast.com/support…
 
The world is facing a chip shortage. Numerous companies, including the auto sector, are facing an inability to get semiconductors, hampering their ability to manufacture their goods and generate sales. Part of this is an acute crisis, related to the virus. But there's also a long-term structural issue, with so few companies able to manufacture at s…
 
Bob breaks down the details of all of Jennifer Jeffley's statements to police. Jennifer's written statements are voiced in this episode by Actress and Voice Over Artist Nyima Funk, who volunteered her time to help with this week's episode. Be sure to check out Bob's other show True Crime Binge. This week's episode features Nic from the True Crime G…
 
Although the first full-length novel with Miss Jane Marple as the detective was published in 1930 (Murder at the Vicarage), the character initially appeared in print in a series of 6 short stories Christie wrote for a magazine in 1928. In 1932, an additional 6 stories were added, and the compilation was published as The Thirteen Problems (UK) or Th…
 
This episode presents the December 2018 defense case in the trial of Wisconsin lawyer and former Fox Crossing municipal judge Len Kachinsky, who was accused of stalking his court manager Mandy Bartel, as featured in episode 140. Kachinsky was one of the lawyers defending Brendan Dassey in the Making a Murderer series on Netflix. The stalking charge…
 
The guys discuss listener questions from social media after Bob's breakdown of events over the first two days of the police investigation into the murder of Catalina Palomino, where fifteen year old Jennifer Jeffley is interviewed multiple times without a parent or lawyer present. Today's Sponsors: candidco.com/truth - Use code "truth" and save $75…
 
Our lives are framed, every day by data and statistics, though we may not always be aware of that fact. Helping us make sense of this universe of data is the goal of many an economist, statistician, and journalist. It’s also the focus of this episode of Stats and Stories with guest Tim Harford.Tim Harford is an economist, journalist and broadcaster…
 
For 5 years Tim and Lance have covered Maura Murray's disappearance and the tireless community that surrounds it in great detail. They have since expanded with this series by raising awareness for the stories of other missing persons. They now sit on the board of directors of the non-profit, Private Investigations for the Missing, which was founded…
 
This week, the gals head east to the Mitten State to inspect a few bizarre incidents. Topics include some damning text exchanges, a pretty pathetic coup attempt, and the true pronunciation of "Mackinac." Pour a mug of Chateau Chantal Naughty Red, pull on your coveralls, and tune in for Michigan Crimes. For a full list of show sponsors, visit www.wi…
 
As you might have heard, so-called value investing has not had a good run. At least from a quantitative standpoint, strategies that aim to buy low-valued stocks (based on metrics such as price-to-earnings or price-to-book) are quite out of favor, as fast growing names, loaded up on intangible capital, have outperformed. So is there any way to resus…
 
During the worst of the pandemic, people loaded up on staples from their grocery store. Shelf-stable food items, beverages, canned tuna, canned soup, chips... all that kind of stuff. But the big food and consumer staples companies have been huge winners outside of the pandemic. In fact, as an industry, these companies have some of the best track re…
 
What is it that drives the mob to hunt the social misfit? In this week’s episode, Professor Michael Drane meets with Cybersecurity Engineer Ryan Lee, and Researcher/Grad Student Ashley Haynes-Gibson to revisit the infamous case of Elisa Lam and her disappearance from the Cecil Hotel in L.A., California. After watching the new Netflix Docuseries ‘Cr…
 
Glenn Langenburg and Eric Ray finally get back on track with a review of a recent article on GYRO markings. "Evaluating the Accuracy and Weight of Confidence in Examiner Minutiae Annotations" was written by Jeremy John and Henry Swofford and published in the JFI. The study measured whether examiners placed minutiae markers on true minutiae using Gr…
 
This week, the gals drop anchor to discuss a couple of sickening seaside slayings. Topics include a possibly maligned serial killer, a mysterious stolen gun, and one very off-topic dive into why murderers get dark eyes. Pop open a beautiful bottle of Winc's Pacificana Cabernet Sauvignon, secure your floaties, and tune in for Harbor Homicides. For a…
 
When you think about the big winners in the stock market over the past couple of decades, you might think about Amazon or Apple or some other tech winner. Or maybe, if you've listened to Odd Lots before, you think about Domino's Pizza. But there's another company that's outshone them all. Monster Beverage Corporation, the maker of the popular energ…
 
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