The most famous case involving forensic linguistics is the capture of Ted Kaczynski, also known as the Unabomber. FBI Agent James Fitzgerald and his team analyzed Kaczynski’s writing for clues to identity.

Everyone develops habits that effect the way they speak and write. According to forensic linguists, these habits result in a linguistic fingerprint. The way you talk and the words you use are unique just to you.

These cases all involve specialists in the field analyzing written clues to determine who is innocent of a crime, and who is guilty.

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[0:19] The Murder of George Sidney Miles
[12:46] The Murder of Jenny Nicholl
[21:03] The Murders of the Colemans

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