Newsflash #1

logo 300x260Welcome to a new feature on our Society’s blog: newsflash. In these newsflash posts, I will post short updates and links to what is happening around us, in the news, and more.

One of Pete Klismet’s new projects is preventing school shootings. information about this and his team can be found here.

Trib Live posted an article about Cyril Wecht and his role in the Society. “The famed Pittsburgh forensic pathologist, who has investigated suspicious and controversial deaths from John F. Kennedy to JonBenet Ramsey, has a lot on his plate. But the opportunity to work with other great forensic minds at the American Investigative Society of Cold Cases was too great to pass up.

“I’m delighted to be involved with this. It’s a contribution that I feel I can make to the overall field of forensic science, not that I need the additional work,” said Wecht, 82, the former Allegheny County coroner from Squirrel Hill. “It’s something I can be enthusiastic about, and working with distinguished colleagues always makes it very meaningful,” he said.

B.J. Spamer joined the Society as Consulting Member. She works tirelessly to help and support the missing and unidentified.

Jason W. Brooks VMD, PhD, Diplomate ACVP has also joined as Consulting Member. His blog is here.

For a full overview of our Consulting Members, please click here.

In the next few weeks, I will be posting interviews with our Board Members.

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About Kenneth L. Mains

Founder and President of the American Investigative Society of Cold Cases.

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