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October 25th, 2005

November 16, Unsolved Murder Panel at CUNY

I’ve been hard at work preparing the following event. This is the one to go to — I got four incredible people to agree to participate.

Wednesday, November 16, 7:00PM
100 Years of Unsolved Murder in New York

The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, Public Programs, 365 Fifth Avenue (between 34th and 35th). $15, $10 for students.

I’m the moderator, and the panelists are:

Vito Spano, former Cold Case Squad Commanding Officer, now a Chief Investigator for the Office of New York State Attorney General.

Dr. Robert C. Shaler, former head of Forensic Biology, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, New York City, now the director of the Forensic Science Program at Pennsylvania State University, and author of Who They Were: Inside the World Trade Center DNA Story (Free Press).

W. Mark Dale, former Director of the New York State Police Laboratory System and the New York City Police Department Laboratory, now the Director of the Northeast Regional Forensic Institute at Albany.

David Feige, former Trial Chief of The Bronx Defenders, and now on the faculty of the National Criminal Defense College, David is currently at work on the forthcoming book, Indefensible (Little, Brown & Co., 2006).

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  • 1 Miriam // Oct 26, 2005 at 5:03 pm

    Hi Stacy:

    I learned about this website after catching the end of a program that was broadcast on CN8 several weeks ago. Detective Wendell Stradford was speaking. This subject matter has always been of interest to me and it’s one dear to my heart since I have a loved one who has been missing since 1979. Your site is now listed under my “favorites” list!

    I will be purchasing your book very shortly and am excited about reading it, and looking forward to reading it. I would very much like to attend the upcoming event at CUNY on November 16. I was wondering if the panelists will be available and willing to speak with attendees privately afterwards. I have several questions that I would like to ask, but am hesitant about asking them in front of an audience.

    You have a great website! I applaud your efforts and diligence in putting it together. I have always been interested in criminology, forensics, unsolved crimes and missing persons. I intend to return to school in the future and pursue a degree in this area.

    Looking forward to hearing from you!

    Best regards,

    Miriam

  • 2 cianna // Jan 4, 2006 at 12:44 pm

    can you find me information on an unsolved murder in staten island new york in approx. 1981? victim’s name was alan glover…. thank you if you can give me info on how i can locate information on this case…thank you