Renowned forensic scientist to give presentation at Berks

February 18, 2009

Renowned forensics expert Henry Lee will discuss his work at Penn State Berks at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 18,  in the Perkins Student Center Auditorium. This presentation is free and open to the public.

The legendary investigator is known for finding the tiniest clues in some of the highest profile cases; he has even solved a murder without a body. Over the past 40 years, Lee assisted in the investigations of more than 6,000 cases, including war crimes in Bosnia and Croatia; the suicide of President Clinton's former White House attorney, Vince Foster; review of the JFK assassination; and the death of Jon Benet Ramsey. In recent years, his travels have taken him to England, Bosnia, China, Brunei, Bermuda, Middle East, South America and other locations around the world.

Lee is chief emeritus of the Connecticut State Police, founder and professor of the forensic science program at the University of New Haven, editor of seven academic journals, and author/co-author of 30 books and more than 300 articles.

This presentation is part of the Penn State Berks Arts and Lecture Series. For more information on this event, contact John Gallagher at (610) 396-6076.


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