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May 7th, 2007

Cold Case Investigation Guide DVD

DVD.jpg I came across this guide [the link to the guide has since been removed] for investigating cold cases. I haven’t seen it, but it’s a presentation given by Andy Rosenzweig, a former NYPD guy who is now the Director The Cold Case Forum, LLC. Maybe someone who has seen it can let me know how it is.

In other news, there’s a good article in the New York Times outlining some bills under consideration in New York.

More and more attention has been focused on evidence storage, by the way, which is a good thing. I’ve been meaning to write about what I’ve learned writing my book, and what I’ve discovered since. I’m on a deadline right now so it probably won’t happen until the summer, but legislation like the bills outlined in Michael Cooper’s article are a good thing I think.

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  • 1 Megan Barry Pioch // Mar 16, 2009 at 1:14 am

    I’m interested in finding out whom I need to apply to in order to obtain evidence of the murder of Elsie Sigel, the granddaughter of General Franz Sigel on June 17th, 1909. Apparently photographs were taken of the crime scene, and her clothes were missing. She was found stuffed into a travel box, with a rope around her neck. She was my great great aunt, and I would like to know if modern forensics could br able to look at the photos and the evidence and see if there’s a way to help obtain more answers, or solve the case. Thank you in advance for your time, effort, and consideration. Sincerely, Megan Pioch

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