Solving the Unsolved

A League of Superheroes--A Society of Sherlock's--The Cold Case Conquerors: These are all adulation's that have been used to describe The American Investigative Society of Cold Cases (AISOCC). This elite group of experts assists in solving cold cases to ensure no victim is forgotten and justice prevails. Delve into the minds of some of the very best crime fighters and truth seekers in the world and explore cold cases from the inside with world renowned forensic pathologists, criminal profilers, DNA experts, legendary detectives and other experts of the American Investigative Society of Cold Cases. 

A new edition of Solving the Unsolved will be published each year and available at the AISOCC conference or at Kenneth L. Mains is a Detective and founder and president of the American Investigative Society of Cold Cases. Cyril H. Wecht, M.D., J.D., is a forensic pathologist, attorney and medical-legal consultant. John Liebert was the Forensic Psychiatry consultant on the Ted Bundy, Green River Killer, Bellevue Sniper and Atlanta Child Murder Cases. Anthony Meoli , MA, JD has been corresponding with serial killers, spree killers and death row inmates since 1998. Suzanna Ryan, MS D-ABC is a forensic serology and DNA expert. Claire Ferguson, PhD is a Lecturer, researcher and consultant in forensic criminology in Australia. Her doctorate (2011) was an analysis of staged crime scenes in homicide cases. Criminal Profiler Mark Safarik, MS was one of the most respected members of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s elite Behavioral Analysis Unit, during which time he established himself as an internationally recognized expert in the analysis and interpretation of violent criminal behavior. Alice is a Dutch non-practicing lawyer/human rights defender who works on unsolved homicides, wrongful convictions, and assists other human rights defenders and attorneys when requested. Her professional blog Defrosting Cold Cases won in the American Bar Association’s Top 100 Blawgs (category: criminal justice) in 2013, 2014, and 2015.

To order 'Solving the Unsolved' click "Add to Cart". This 218 page book was written by the members of AISOCC. All profits go to our non-profit organization and will assist in combating cold cases throughout the world.

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