Advancements like magnetic fingerprinting, DNA sequencing and facial reconstruction have assisted law enforcement and cold case specialists in identifying perpetrators who may have been overlooked using traditional investigative tools.
PHILADELPHIA (PRWEB) November 18, 2021
Cold Case Consultants of America (C.C.C.O.A.)—an agency specializing in unsolved homicides, co-founded by investigative husband-wife duo Alex Baber and J-Lynn Baber—is enlisting forensic science advancements to re-open cold cases. C.C.C.O.A. has also compiled the largest known singular database of letters written by serial killers, dating back to 1944. The collection features over 500 letters, which have been digitized and cross-checked for forensic patterns, the letter’s origin, correlating content and any linguistic similarities. The agency’s top team of experts features leading Forensic Document Examiner Curtis Baggett, forensic anthropologist Dr. Arpad A. Vass, Detective Patrick Apoian, and Michigan Broadcasting Hall of Fame inductee Joe Cochran. As C.C.C.O.A. confirms its recent findings, the agency will be releasing this new evidence to the public to shed light on various cold cases, including but not limited to the “Circleville Writer” case of Ohio, D.C’s Freeway Phantom, Texarkana Moonlight Murderer and Oakland County’s Child Killer.
C.C.C.O.A. Director Alex Baber says, “With the ever-growing effect of crime on our society, law enforcement agencies on every level have been forced to evolve new forensic solutions as a countermeasure. Advancements like magnetic fingerprinting, DNA sequencing and facial reconstruction have assisted law enforcement and cold case specialists in identifying perpetrators who may have been overlooked using traditional investigative tools.”
C.C.C.O.A. is a game-changing cold case agency due to having the access, mobility, tools and persistence that others haven’t yet had. This world-class team of experts is providing new, factually-based findings that no one has seen before.
All of these aspects—combined with the sheer amount of amassed data they’ve analyzed and Director Alex Baber’s exceptional talents for connecting the facts and identifying the truth—mean that C.C.C.O.A. has created a new recipe for heating up cold cases.
The agency is utilizing forensic science advancements to reopen seemingly unsolvable cases across the nation and working to exonerate those who have been wrongfully accused.
Co-founded in 2021, by husband-wife team Alex Baber and J-Lynn Baber, Cold Case Consultants of America (C.C.C.O.A.), was conceived in the belief that every victim deserves answers, and a “cold case” is never truly cold. If an unsolved homicide case becomes categorized under this terminology, it is due to a lack of strong evidence, unproductive leads, limited manpower, or that the agency itself did not receive the annual appropriated funding needed to focus on this particular type of case. C.C.C.O.A. mitigates these issues with its service and its Investigative Team has shown the ability to uncover new evidence within these particular types of cases. New findings will be released to the public in the coming months. For more information, visit CCCOA.US.