In anticipation of James’ upcoming appearance at Baylor University’s Mayborn Museum Virtual Director’s Forum on February 4 and 5, Fitz was the subject of a feature article in the Waco Tribune-Herald.
In part, the article states, “Fitzgerald, best known for his role in helping crack the Unabomber case after a 17-year-investigation, works in the field of forensic linguistics, the analysis of language and its use to solve crimes.
“He’ll discuss how analyzing the Unabomber’s writings led to the capture and conviction of the bomber, Ted Kaczynski, and how the field of forensic linguistics is used in criminal investigation in an online talk at 6 p.m. Thursday as part of the Mayborn Museum’s Director’s Forum, ‘Forensics 101.'”
To read the full article on the Waco Tribune-Herald, click here.
If you are interested in attending the event, registration links are up on our “Appearances” page (click here).
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