WilmU’s New True Crime Lecture Series Delves into the Minds of America’s Most Notorious Criminals

Jim Fitzgerald worked on such high-profile cases as the Unabomber, Jon Benet Ramsey, Anthrax, and the D.C. Sniper. Photo courtesy of Wilmington University.

Starting Oct. 15, Wilmington University’s Criminal Justice Institute will present internationally recognized FBI profilers, undercover agents, and investigators who handled some of the most infamous crimes in law enforcement history.

The series is free and open to the public. It will be presented in its entirety from 5:30-8 PM at the DoubleTree by Hilton, located at 4727 Concord Pike in Wilmington.

The lineup includes:

  • 15 – Jeffrey Rinek: A special agent with the FBI and author of In the Name of the Children, Rinek is recognized worldwide for his superior interrogation skills and is most identified for obtaining a surprise confession from serial killer Cary Stayner, whose brutal slayings of four women and girls became known as the Yosemite Park Murders.
  • 12 – Angelo Lano: A case agent for the FBI, Lano and fellow agents gathered evidence that led to the creation of articles for an American president’s impeachment and resignation.
  • 10 – Jim Fitzgerald: The author of A Journey to the Center of the Mind, Fitzgerald gained worldwide prominence for his work on such high-profile cases as the Unabomber, Jon Benet Ramsey, Anthrax, and the D.C. Sniper.

WilmU’s Criminal Justice Institute offers customized professional development and training to law enforcement professionals in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and New Jersey. The CJI is also a resource for the community, providing personalized safety training to business leaders, educators, and students, as well as lectures, symposiums, and other events.

Registration for the lecture series is required and can be completed by clicking here.

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