Episode 187 – Richard Ramirez

    Richard RamirezRichard Ramirez

Eric Ray and Glenn Langenburg move into a discussion of a new case with the help of special guest Becki Daher. Richard Ramirez, the Night Stalker, terrorized California in the mid-1980’s before he has caught with the help of fingerprints and new AFIS technology. Becki Daher was working for the Orange County Sheriff’s Office at the time and lifted the fingerprint from the car window that eventually led to his arrest. Join us in a discussion of Ramirez’s crimes, the terror felt by the residents of California, and the high-tech and low-tech techniques that led to his arrest and conviction.

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Episode 119 – Interview – Brian Orr – VMD

Interview - Brian Orr - VMD

Interview – Brian Orr – VMD

Glenn and Eric interview Brian Orr with Go Evidence about the vacuum metal deposition technique. Brian and Glenn each share some success stories with VMD and Brian describes how the process works and how it’s not as expensive as you might think.

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Episode 110 – Processing and Photos

Processing and Photos

Processing and Photos

Eric tells Glenn about his recent Arizona Treasure Hunt. The guys then get into a discussion on latent print processing and photography. Do you take photos after each step? After the last step? Only when the latent is better than the previous step? Some other alternative? Solve the puzzle and write in with your own stories about when you process or what crazy requirements your lab has for digital photographs.

Double Loop Podcast with Glenn Langenburg and Eric Ray
Podcast for Latent Print Examiners
Your source for everything about fingerprints
While you’re working on your comparisons, we’ll talk about comparisons