Monthly Archives: January 2012

1/27 Radio Broadcast- Discussion with Bone Detective Bill Bass

Listen to internet radio with Joey Ortega on Blog Talk Radio Dr. Bill Bass is not only a forensic anthropologist.  He is also a well respected professor at The University of Tennessee at Knoxville, where he is the founder and director of “the bodyfarm”.  Dr. … Continue reading

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1/20 Radio Broadcast- Discussion with Dr. Park Dietz

Listen to internet radio with Joey Ortega on Blog Talk Radio Dr. Park Dietz has testified and consulted in cases involving John Hinckley, Jeffrey Dahmer, Polly Klaas, the Menendez brothers, the unabomber, and the DC sniper. He is a forensic psychiatrist and has been the … Continue reading

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1/16 Radio Broadcast- Interview with Criminal Profiler Mark Safarik

Listen to internet radio with Joey Ortega on Blog Talk Radio   We are joined tonight my former FBI profiler and star of the show Killer Instinct, Mark Safarik. He has over 30 years in law enforcement, including 23 with the FBI and his … Continue reading

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1/6 Radio Broadcast- Discussion with Dr. Katherine Ramsland

Listen to internet radio with Joey Ortega on Blog Talk Radio We are joined by an authority in the forensics field, and author, Dr. Katherine Ramsland.  She has masters degrees in forensic psychology, clinical psychology, criminal justice and a Ph.D in philosophy.  She has studied … Continue reading

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12/16 Radio Broadcast

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DNA Expert Greg Hampikian discusses Amanda Knox- 12/16 Show Recap

We are joined today by Dr. Greg Hampikian, who will discuss his role in the exoneration of Amanda Knox. Dr. Hampikian is a professor at Boise State University. He is also the director of the Idaho Innocence Project. DNA in general is … Continue reading

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