Robert O’Block reports that it was two years ago when Lauren Spierer, a sophomore at Indiana University, headed to a party, only to vanish a few hours later. On this second anniversary of her disappearance, the circumstances surrounding what exactly happened to her are as mysterious as they were on the day she was reported […]
Robert O’Block reports that the two brothers who are responsible for the Boston Marathon bombings, were originally planning to detonate the bombs on the 4th of July. When they finished the bombs earlier, they decided to set them off on Patriots Day. Read the full story here. Source: http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/05/02/18024074-boston-suspects-had-plotted-july-4-attack-investigators-say?lite Brought to you by Robert O’Block
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Robert O’Block and the American College of Forensic Examiners International (ACFEI) wishes everyone a happy and healthy holiday season! Published by Robert O’Block
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Acquired disability following trauma is an area that is in dire need of discussion and explanation. Unless an expert is fully informed of the multitude of pre and post-injury medical and psychosocial dynamics that surround an individual’s claim of occupational disability, he or she may not be in a position to make absolute judgments regarding residual employability, pre and post-work capacity, or the causal attribution of vocational disability.
Taken from The Forensic Examiner®, Spring 2006