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NAS Releasing Forensics Report: Expert Available
Date:2/18/2009

    WHAT:             The National Academy of Sciences will release a report
                      on the scientific shortcomings and policy changes that
                      could improve the forensic sciences.

                      The report, "Strengthening Forensic Science in the
                      United States: A Path Forward," reviews the state of the
                      forensic techniques--fingerprinting, firearms
                      identification and analysis of bite marks, blood
                      spatter, hair and handwriting--used in court
                      proceedings.

    AVAILABLE FOR
    INTERVIEW:        We have an internationally regarded trace evidence
                      expert who can comment on the conclusions and
                      recommendations regarding trace evidence and forensic
                      hair analysis.

                      Richard E. Bisbing, expert in the forensic
                      identification and comparison of hairs, fibers and soil,
                      testified to The National Academies' Committee on
                      Identifying the Needs of the Forensic Sciences
                      Community, representing the Scientific Working Group for
                      Materials Analysis (SWGMAT), concerning forensic hair
                      comparisons and provided counsel on guidelines,
                      standards, quality assurance and enforcement.

                      As Executive Vice President of The McCrone Group, a
                      world leader in materials analysis, Bisbing has
                      testified in 21 states; been a pundit for CNN News
                      regarding the O.J. Simpson and JonBenet Ramsey cases,
                      850 KOA Radio in Denver regarding the Chandra Levy and
                      Kobe Bryant cases, the 911 attacks; ABC Channel 7
                      Chicago on the 1982 Tylenol poisonings; and consulted on
                      CBS's show "C.S.I."  For Bisbing's bio, visit:
                     http://www.mccrone.com/EBisbing.php

    WHEN:             The public briefing is at 1:00 p.m. EST on Wednesday,
                      February 18, 2009.  Bisbing will be available for
                      interviews after the briefing.  Please contact Ken Li at
                      312.997.2436 to arrange a time.

    CONTACT:          Ken Li
                      kli@chempetitive.com
                      312.997.2436 ext. 112


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