Real Case Scenario - Brings Serial Killer to Justice
Brain Fingerprinting has been used successfully in solving real-life crimes. J.B. Grinder, the prime suspect in the murder of Julie Helton, eluded justice for more than 15 years.
For 15 years, James B. Grinder was the primary suspect in the brutal murder case of Julie Helton, but there had never been enough evidence to bring him to trial. Miss Helton was reported missing in Macon, MO in January 1984. Three days later her body was found near the railroad tracks in Macon. She had been raped, brutally beaten and stabbed in the neck.
During the 15 years after the murder, Grinder had given several different, contradictory accounts of the crime. Some accounts involved his participation and some did not. Some involved participation by several other individuals. Grinder's accounts contradicted both the physical evidence and the statements of an alleged witness.
After spending over 10,000 man-hours investigating the case, Macon County, Missouri, USA Sheriff Robert Dawson requested the use of Brain Fingerprinting testing to determine scientifically whether or not Grinder was the perpetrator of the crime.
Computer analysis of the Brain Fingerprinting test found, with a statistical confidence level of 99.9%, that the specific details of the crime were recorded in Grinder’s brain as “information present”, which means that record stored in Grinder’s brain matched the details of Julie Helton's murder.
Result: Brain Fingerprinting Testing Traps Serial Killer in Missouri, USA
Following the test results, Grinder faced an almost certain conviction and probable death sentence. Grinder pled guilty to the rape and murder of Julie Helton in exchange for a life sentence without parole. He is currently serving that sentence. In addition, Grinder confessed to the murders of three other young women.
Even after 15 years since the murder, Brain Fingerprinting technology successfully identified Grinder as the rapist and murderer of Julie Helton in Macon County, Missouri.
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