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Friday Faces - The Bertillon System, Black Sheep, and Georgia Photographers

The newspaper photograph above caught my eye when I was searching for something else in the 1910 Atlanta newspapers (Atlanta Georgian & News, Dec. 1,254 more words

Photographers

The Future: Intel Futurist Brian David Johnson; Leahy Center for Digital Investigations

How can we change the future? What is the future we want, and what future should we avoid? These are some of the questions posed by Brian David Johnson, an expert in “future-casting” for Intel Corporation. 127 more words

Podcast

More than 500 agree to volunteer DNA in Cassandra Kaake murder case

Windsor police are reporting a “tremendous” response to their call for DNA samples in the Benjamin Avenue murder case — with more than 500 people having volunteered to submit to testing. 735 more words

News

Latin America Human Rights, Security & Gender Update January 28, 2015

Mexico

Mexican Attorney General Jesús Murillo led a press conference yesterday concluding the investigation of the case of 43 missing Ayotzinapa students. The report presented by the Attorney General of Mexico (PGR) claims the students were mistaken for members of a rival gang and were kidnapped, murdered and incinerated in a trash dump in Cocula by members of the “Guerreros Unidos.” Although…

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Human Rights

Prepare for GIAC Forensics Certification Exam

New certifications have always carried immense importance and great significance in the professional world. Forensics is a certification program that is gaining popularity among network professionals day by day. 336 more words

Forensics

The Poisoner's Handbook: Murder and the Birth of Forensic Medicine in Jazz Age New York, by Deborah Blum

I like the slick presentation of forensic science in the television series CSI, and I like the portrayal of Victorian forensics in Murdoch Mysteries (although it took me a while to get used to Yannick Bisson as Detective Murdoch – there’s something weird about those dark eyes).   510 more words

Non-fiction

Debate Tournament at Gonzaga

By Robert Becker, Forensics

If you arrive early to the convention, or have free time on Friday, Feb 20 – Sunday, Feb 22, and are interested in judging at the Western States tournament, please consider judging a round or two of speech or debate. 43 more words

Forensics