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Court TVs Forensic Files

Computer forensics discussion. Please ensure that your post is not better suited to one of the forums below (if it is, please post it there instead!)
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debaser_
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Court TVs Forensic Files

Post Posted: Apr 07, 06 01:12

Anyone a fan of forensic files? I watch it regularly and find it to be a pretty decent show. My question to you all is - do you think that it would be possible to make an episode that is largely based around a CF case that is interesting and in the narrative style they use? I was browsing their website and they take suggestions for shows where you can submit a case that you think would be good. I would be interested to see an episode where digital forensics played a significant role once in a while.  
 
  

keydet89
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Re: Court TVs Forensic Files

Post Posted: Apr 07, 06 01:58

You could run an entire show with just an analyst running a keyword search across a 120GB drive...

Wink

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packys
Member
 

Re: Court TVs Forensic Files

Post Posted: Apr 07, 06 02:34

Good afternoon,

FYI - The US Air Force OSI site

public.afosi.amc.af.mil/index.html

posted a couple of episodes from Court TV. The first one, while somewhat dated, involves a well known murder investigation surrounding the reconstruction of a floppy disk that was 'dismembered' with scissors.

Christine
e-evidence.info  
 
  

debaser_
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Re: Court TVs Forensic Files

Post Posted: Apr 07, 06 02:59

- packys
Good afternoon,

FYI - The US Air Force OSI site

public.afosi.amc.af.mil/index.html

posted a couple of episodes from Court TV. The first one, while somewhat dated, involves a well known murder investigation surrounding the reconstruction of a floppy disk that was 'dismembered' with scissors.

Christine
e-evidence.info


Nice. I must have missed these or thought they were too light on the CF. I remember one show that touched on recovering deleted files briefly. I do not know if that is one of these posted on the site.

Thanks a bunch.  
 
  

armresl
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Re: Court TVs Forensic Files

Post Posted: Apr 08, 06 06:43

There have been 2 that I know of where you can see Encase is being used and the case revolves around chat conversations and emails.
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WmFlood
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Re: Court TVs Forensic Files

Post Posted: Apr 16, 06 14:46

I'm a producer who freelances for "Forensic Files". (I was on staff, but relocated). I produced an episode called "Ghost In The Machine" which involved some computer forensics, although nothing too elaborate.
I also produced an episode of another Court TV show, "Extreme Evidence" about industrial sabotage at a New Jersey company, which they called "Hack Attack".

We are always looking for new episodes. The stories need to involve a serious crime, and the case needs to be legally resolved. Obviously, it needs to involve forensic science, but it also needs to be a good story (good characters, an element of mystery, a 'whodunit'.)

Feel free to contact me with any potential cases. I

You can reach me through my Yahoo! group, groups.yahoo.com/group...nsic_files

Bill Flood


- packys
Good afternoon,

FYI - The US Air Force OSI site

public.afosi.amc.af.mil/index.html

posted a couple of episodes from Court TV. The first one, while somewhat dated, involves a well known murder investigation surrounding the reconstruction of a floppy disk that was 'dismembered' with scissors.

Christine
e-evidence.info

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Bill Flood\r\nFreelance Writer/Producer\r\nWords & Images For All Media\r\nScience A Speciality\r\n\r\nhttp://groups.yahoo.com/group/forensic_files 
 
  

WmFlood
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Re: Court TVs Forensic Files

Post Posted: Oct 29, 09 23:25

- WmFlood
I'm a producer who freelances for "Forensic Files". (I was on staff, but relocated). I produced an episode called "Ghost In The Machine" which involved some computer forensics, although nothing too elaborate.
I also produced an episode of another Court TV show, "Extreme Evidence" about industrial sabotage at a New Jersey company, which they called "Hack Attack".

We are always looking for new episodes. The stories need to involve a serious crime, and the case needs to be legally resolved. Obviously, it needs to involve forensic science, but it also needs to be a good story (good characters, an element of mystery, a 'whodunit'.)

Feel free to contact me with any potential cases. I

You can reach me through my Yahoo! group, groups.yahoo.com/group...nsic_files

Bill Flood


- packys
Good afternoon,

FYI - The US Air Force OSI site

public.afosi.amc.af.mil/index.html

posted a couple of episodes from Court TV. The first one, while somewhat dated, involves a well known murder investigation surrounding the reconstruction of a floppy disk that was 'dismembered' with scissors.

Christine
e-evidence.info

Just a reminder that we're always looking for new cases... see the criteria above.

-Bill
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