Archive for April, 2011


The American College of Forensic Examiners Institute (ACFEI), Robert O’Block founder, is currently developing several areas dedicated to the solving of Cold Cases. A new section in our journal, The Forensic Examiner® gives our members the opportunity to submit information about cold cases they are involved in and get fresh perspectives from leading forensic professionals around the globe.

Also, we will be hosting a Cold Case Review seminar at our annual Executive Summit, to be held October 12-14, 2011 in Branson, Missouri. This will give live feedback from seasoned professionals and we hope will develop new leads in some of these cases.

Lastly, be on the lookout for a new certification offering from the ACFEI in the Cold Case realm.

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Robert O’Block reports that the Long Island Serial Killer could in fact be plural, involving multiple assailants.  While there appear to be no active suspects as of yet, CBS news reported that the involved investigators have been working with the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit to develop a profile.  The profile compiled through this collaborative effort thus far was reported  to include a white male, in the age range of 25-40 that possesses superior savvy, street smarts and intelligence.

Published by Robert O’Block