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‘Forensic Breakthrough’ Leads to Potential Suspect in 40-Year-Old Irish Massacre

The Kingsmill massacre, the execution of 10 unarmed men, is one of the most infamous attacks from the violent era of the ‘Troubles’ in...

Former police officer admits: JonBenet Ramsey case was mishandled

The murder of six-year old JonBenet Ramsey is a case the world will never forget. It is in the spotlight again after a former police...

State Agency: Analysis of Evidence in Bobo Case Finished

Authorities say they have completed their analysis of more than 460 pieces of evidence in the case of a woman whose partial remains were...

Vincent van Gogh was MURDERED, says forensic expert

The true nature of Vincent van Gogh’s death continues to be a topic ripe for mystery – after a leading forensics expert has claimed...

World’s End: Angus Sinclair found guilty of teenagers’ 1977 murders

THE horrific murders of Helen Scott and Christine Eadie set in motion a long and challenging police investigation which would span decades, involve thousands...

New forensic link could bring closure in brutal Canberra cold case...

Fifteen years on from one of Canberra's most brutal unsolved murders, a new forensic link has brought the killer closer to justice. Police say they...

10 Murderers Who Changed How We Investigate Murder

Ever since we realized that catching a malefactor wasn't as simple as throwing them in the water to see if they floated, we had...

Canadian-Based Forensic Anthropologists are Helping Bring Closure to Guatemalan Genocide Victims

by Raf Katigbak, VICE From an outsider's perspective, the job of a forensic anthropologist can seem almost mundane. There's the practical side: the digging, the meticulous...

Third Michael Brown autopsy unlikely to solve mystery

A third autopsy was conducted on Monday on the body of Michael Brown, the black teenager shot by a police officer on 9 August...

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