Latest COLD CASE Stories

2014-04-01 08:34:59

DNA, CVSA responsible for catching criminals who had escaped justice LEWES, Del., April 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the National Association of Computer Voice Stress Analysts, two things happen when a loved one is murdered and the killer is not caught - one, there is deep sorrow, pain and suffering and 2, it never goes away. Just ask the family of Krystal Beslanowitch. DNA - Krystal was only 17 and living in Utah when she was murdered in 1995, the case went cold until,...

2009-11-11 13:33:00

DENVER, Nov. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Forensic Technology Inc. is proud to be associated with this year's winners of the prestigious 2009 August Vollmer Excellence in Forensic Science Award. Presented during the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) conference last month in Denver, Colorado, the August Vollmer Award recognizes the innovative use of forensic technology by law enforcement. Rocky Edwards and Louis Martinez of the Santa Ana Police Department won the award for...

2009-08-27 10:42:18

The music of the late Ray Charles will be featured exclusively during the seventh season premiere of the U.S. police drama Cold Case, CBS said. Ray Charles is a national treasure with a career that spanned multiple decades, making him the perfect artist to complement the epic nature of our season premiere, series executive producer Greg Plageman said in a statement. When a body is discovered deep within the bowels of one of the last great transatlantic ocean liners dry docked in Philly, the...

2009-06-19 06:00:00

DENVER, June 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Author and retired detective, Jim Benish, announces the release of a new book, "Closed Eyes: Who's Killing Our Children?" (ISBN: 978-0-982-4249-0-2). In the book, the author examines the murder cases of two Colorado children - Tracy Neef and Alie Berrelez - and discovers striking similarities to the JonBenet Ramsey murder. He discusses a possible suspect and explains the connections. *(PHOTO 72dpi: www.Send2Press.com/mediaboom/09-0619-ClosedEyes_72dpi.jpg)...

2009-05-09 09:31:25

The U.S. hard rock band Pearl Jam is allowing 16 of its songs to be used on the season finale of CBS Television's Cold Case, producers say. It's a coup for the struggling show because the legendary Seattle band has never licensed anything from the huge catalog of its original work for use in television, the Los Angeles Times reported Saturday. The two-part season finale for Cold Case, a detective show that's on the bubble for renewal after six seasons, will feature 16 Pearl Jam songs,...

2009-03-20 12:57:02

Sixteen songs from the rock band Pearl Jam will be heard throughout the two-part season finale of Cold Case, CBS said. The episodes featuring only Pearl Jam tracks are to air May 3 and May 10, the network said. This marks the first time 'Cold Case' has exclusively showcased the music of one artist/group in more than one episode -- and the first time Pearl Jam has permitted a program to make selections from their entire catalog of music, CBS noted in a news release. A number of featured songs...

2009-01-15 15:36:19

A pioneering forensic scientist at Northamptonshire Police and the University of Leicester is being called on by US force officers to tackle a decade-old murder case.Dr John Bond, Scientific Support Manager at Northamptonshire Police and Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Leicester Forensic Research Centre, is collaborating with Bristol Police Department, Connecticut.He is being asked to probe the murder of a well-known and respected businessman who was shot in the bedroom of his...

2008-12-01 20:42:15

Several tunes by U.S. music and movie icon Frank Sinatra are to be the only songs featured in an upcoming episode of Cold Case, CBS said Monday. To be heard in the Dec. 21 installment are the hits Come Fly with Me, Too Marvelous for Words, I've Got the World on a String, Little Girl Blue and Someone to Watch Over Me. In the episode, titled 'Wings,' Rush (Kathryn Morris) and the team investigate the 1960 case of a murdered stewardess and discover many hostile suspects who resented that she was...

2008-08-29 09:15:00

Technique developed by University of Leicester and Northamptonshire police A double murder investigation that has remained unsolved for almost a decade could be provided new impetus following a forensic breakthrough at the University of Leicester. A leading detective from America is visiting forensic scientists at the University of Leicester and Northamptonshire Police in a bid to shed new light on the investigation. He will meet with Dr John Bond a forensic research scientist at the...

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