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In 1998, if someone had told me I would be spending the next eight years of my life involved in injustice, I would have said "You are stark raving mad!". Well, I am here to eat those words.

In 1997, a friend was telling me about twin sisters, Betty Wilson and Peggy Lowe, from Alabama who were arrested and tried for supposedly hiring an alcoholic, drug addict con-man, James Dennison White, to kill Betty's wealthy husband, Dr. Jack Wilson, who was a very well-liked and well-known eye doctor in Huntsville. Both sisters were tried on the same evidence and lying testimony. Betty was convicted and sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole because she was a rich bitch and slept with a black man in Alabama. Peggy, the saintly one, was acquitted. The convicted con-man, who never really admitted to killing the doctor, has come up for parole several times but is still incarcerated.

After spending six years studying this case including both trial transcripts, putting up an extensive website (http://hankford.com/bettywilson) and spending the remaining two years putting together a book about this case Killer For Hire - The Final Chapter of the Alabama Twins Murder Case, I, as many others, believe that the real killer of the doctor is walking around free. Neither of the twin sisters had a motive to have the good doctor put away but the doctor's ex-wife and son did.

As time permits, I hope to present other similar cases of injustice along with information on books, movies, TV shows, video games, etc., related to mystery crime. In the meantime please visit http://mysterycrimescene.com/.

True Crime, Streets of LA - PC - Part 1

Sunday, October 30, 2011

this is my playthrough of true crime la, playing as nick kang...a rough tough rule breaking cop trying find the truth around the mystery of his fathers death

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True Crime New York City (Playthrough) Part 8/65 & Part 9/65

Magdatena Cartel: Safehouse (Part 2); Zuma Museum. True Crime New York City Speedrun; Playthrough; Walkthrough.

Doing the first job for Freddie. True Crime New York City Speedrun; Playthrough; Walkthrough.

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Spider-Man Edge of Time Walkthrough Chapter 3: Wild Cards - Part 1

Saturday, October 22, 2011

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Crime Scene Investigator Requirements for Crime Scene Jobs

Article by JJ Adams

Crime Scene Investigators, also known as "forensic science technicians" have a very important role in solving crimes. As a pivotal part of the criminal-investigation process, they are responsible for securing the crime scene, collecting and analyzing physical evidence that can be used for criminal convictions. They may conduct tests on weapons or on fibers, hair and body fluids. They document their findings in reports and often give testimony when cases go to trial.

Most CSIs have backgrounds as police officers or private investigators, but more civilians are entering the field or crime scence investigations than ever before. (U)nfortunately, there will never be a lack of Forensic Technician jobs, so a forensics career choice will afford you job security for years to come.

Here is how to get started as a crime scene investigator:

Enroll in a respected criminal justice program at a four-year university or a community college. Some criminal justice-related jobs only require a high school education or a GED, but you can make yourself more marketable if you pursue a certificate or a bachelor's degree. Most criminal justice courses focus on forensic science and psychology, law enforcement, private security, fraud investigation, crime analysis, and crime scene investigation. Biology and chemistry courses are also helpful if you wish to work in a crime lab.

Prepare for the forensic investigator position. Depending on where you live, you may pursue an internship with the local police department. Get hands-on experience by surveying the scenes, collecting evidence and analyzing everything in the lab. Work with a superior to learn the basics and techniques involved in the work of a CSI.

Apply for the job and have a resume prepared. At the interview, be prepared to discuss what you know about the department and the community, and how your skill set can contribute to the organization. Besides police departments, look for opportunities at private consulting firms and government organizations such as the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms or the FBI.

Before you begin, you'll want to decide if a Forensic Investigator job is your cup of tea by gathering more information about the subject of Forensics. And you may even decide you want to pursue a different area of Forensics besides crime scene investigation. You'd be surprised how many different fields you can go into in to field of Forensics.

Job requirements and duties may vary depending on the agency and the geographic location.

To learn more about the CSI requirements, salary and jobs, go to: Crime Scene Investigator Requirements

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Checking in at the Library

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Barry Trott reviews 10 crime fiction novels that span three millenia.

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