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Procedure for Examining the Zodiac killer's Handwriting
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Michael Wakshull -- Forensic Document Examiner Michael Wakshull -- Forensic Document Examiner
Temecula , CA
Sunday, May 25, 2014


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Q9 Consulting, Inc. clarifies misinformation about the procedure used for comparing the handwriting in the letters sent by the Zodiac killer with the handwriting of Earl Van Best Jr. for the book The Most Dangerous Animal of All.

Many reports state that forensic document examiner, Mike Wakshull, reviewed only one example of Mr. Best's handwriting. Mr. Wakshull reviewed four examples of Mr. Best's handwriting.

The details of Mr. Wakshull's methodology are described in the new book, The End of the Zodiac Mystery – How Forensic Science Helped Solve One of the Most Infamous Serial Killer Cases of the Century by Michael N. Wakshull, MSc., CQE.

ISBN: 978-0-9857294-2-4 Print

ISBN: 978-0-9857294-3-1 Kindle

ISBN: 978-0-9857294-4-8 EPUB

Details are at www.zodiacsolved.com.

About the Author: Michael Wakshull, president of Q9 Consulting, is a civil and criminal court-qualified forensic document examiner providing services throughout the U.S. Cases include authentication of handwritten and computer-generated documents. Wakshull holds a Master of Science in technology management, a graduate school certificate in forensic document examination and has spoken at the World Congress of Forensics in China. He authors and presents document examination courses for minimum continuing legal education (MCLE). Wakshull is a member of the National Association of Document Examiners, president of the San Diego Chapter of Forensic Expert Witness Association (FEWA), ASTM International, and a senior member of the American Society for Quality.

A National Speakers Association member, he is available to speak on these subjects.

 
Michael N. Wakshull
Q9 Consutling, Inc.
Temecula, CA
1-951-252-4929
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