July 11, 2018: Murdered Linda O’Keefe Has Voice Again via Twitter
July 11, 2018 | Brainwave Science
Linda O’Keefe an 11-year-old girl was murdered 45 years ago in California. The murder has never been solved.
But desperately with the help of new modern technologies and DNA Newport Beach Police Department are trying to crack this case. They made a sketch of the suspected killer.
Police have partnered with technology companies to predict the killer’s physical traits, such as eye color, hair color, and skin color. Authorities have released a photo of what the killer might have looked like at the time of O’Keefe’s death, as well as an age-progressed version showing what he may look like today.
The photos were released Saturday, on the 45-year anniversary of O’Keefe’s death.
The sketches were preceded by a series of tweets, accompanied by the hashtag #LindasStory, that covered in real-time the last hours of Linda’s life through her eyes.
The first tweet went out Friday, on the anniversary of the day Linda disappeared. The series ended on Saturday morning at the time her body was found.
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Approximately 45 minutes test applied on the suspect or anyone related to the case will bring valuable intelligence for solving the case of Linda O’Keefe. The victim’s friends, a woman in the bluffs above Back Bay, a man who found Linda’s body can all be submitted to the Brain Fingerprinting test. Brain Fingerprinting by Brainwave Science detects crime relevant concealed information and supports the investigation by quick identification of criminals, conspirators, co-conspirators from innocents. The technology identifies any specific concealed or hidden information in the brain using P300 (an established scientific phenomenon). The P300 wave is a positive deflection in the human event-related potential such positive amplitudes on the identification of stimuli are collected and analyzed by Brain Fingerprinting test in a matter of just 45 minutes to an hour. It matches information from the crime scene with information stored in the suspect’s brain – which authorities have not released to the public. The technology behind the system is completely automated, so it requires minimal human intervention, virtually eliminates all errors and has an unparalleled accuracy rate.
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Main Source: WUSA9
Image Source: Twitter: @NewportBeachPD