Using Modern Ballistics to Crack ‘Cold Case JFK’
If the JFK assassination happened today, would we have the tools to crack the case? Ballistics experts Luke and Mike Haag apply 3D laser and Doppler technology to the crime scene for new insights into the “single bullet theory” and the “grassy knoll.”
Luke Haag is a forensic scientist at Forensic Science Services and former technical director of the Phoenix Crime Laboratory in Phoenix, Arizona.
Mike Haag is a forensic scientist for Forensic Science Services and senior forensic director at the Albuquerque Police Department in Albuquerque, New Mexico.