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American Federal Justice: The FBI’s Top 5 Moments

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The Birth of the FBI

With no official name and only 34 agents, the Bureau was born on July 26, 1908. Teddy Roosevelt was the president at the time, and it was his Attorney General, Charles Bonaparte, that was the catalyst behind the creation of the Bureau. 713 more words

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Modern DNA Profiling: Two Infamous Cold Cases Solved

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Once the horrific act of murder has been committed, there is generally a relatively short window of time for law enforcement to solve the mystery. 724 more words

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Upcoming Radio Appearances

Here’s an update on where you can find me on the radio. Listen in, call in with questions, or listen to an archive of the shows. 101 more words

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Boosting Creativity for Writing Crime Thrillers

I thought I’d lighten things up today with a break from crime scenes, serial killers, fiction thrillers, and forensic breakthroughs.  I love to share all of this information.  608 more words

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Emily Stone's Weaponry: Knife or Gun?

I love asking Benjamin Sobieck questions about weapons–he is an incredible resource for weapons as well as a great writer. As I begin outlining the next two… 1,143 more words

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No Bones about Writing Bad Guys

When I outline bad guys for my novels, it often reads like a police rap sheet and a psychological profile.  I can’t overstate the effectiveness for research and outlining in fiction writing.  604 more words

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Getting Away with Murder: 4 Infamous Cases

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With murder, comes the inevitable feeling of tragedy and outrage. But, sometimes, the tragedy of the actual heinous act is overshadowed by the outrage of a great injustice. 641 more words

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