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Entries Tagged as 'Practical Info for Families and Friends of Victims'

Information

October 29th, 2006 · No Comments

This is a picture of the front of the 42nd Street branch of the New York Public Library, where you no longer have to go to get certain information (although it’s a beautiful place, and you might want to go there anyway). I guess I’m old enough that it still amazes me how much information […]

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Tags: Homicide Facts · New Websites, Books and other Resources · Practical Info for Families and Friends of Victims

Who Killed Our Kids

September 8th, 2006 · Comments Off on Who Killed Our Kids

I came across an organization that provides support to families of homicide victims in Cincinnati, OH, called Who Killed Our Kids. The website is extremely well designed with current, useful information, a forum for family and friends, and more. From their website: “Homicides have doubled in the last 5 years. There have been a total […]

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Websites I’ve Come Across

August 25th, 2006 · Comments Off on Websites I’ve Come Across

LAPD blog. It can get a little PR-y, but it’s also informative and I like when they talk back about articles about the LAPD. NYPD Rant. Just what it says, a bunch of guys ranting. But if you want to know what goes on inside these guy’s heads, this is the place. I’ve also gotten […]

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Tags: New Websites, Books and other Resources · Practical Info for Families and Friends of Victims

Finding Evidence

July 7th, 2006 · 3 Comments

The Times recently had an article about someone who was found innocent of a rape and let free after 21 years in jail. The article talked about the difficulty of finding the evidence in his case. This was something I researched heavily. The following is an edited version of what appears in my book. It’s […]

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Tags: Cold Case Investigation Facts · Police History · Practical Info for Families and Friends of Victims