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William Schneck M.

Forensic Scientist

Microvision Northwest Forensic Consulting

Microvision Northwest Forensic Consulting

Background Information

Employment History

Coordinator of the Materials Characterization Section
The McCrone Group Inc

Affiliations

Member
American Academy of Forensic Sciences

Member
California Association of Criminalistics

Member
Northwest Association of Forensic Scientists

Web References (19 Total References)


"That scenario is not supported by ...

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"That scenario is not supported by the forensic evidence," wrote state-hired William Schneck, of Microvision Northwest Forensic Consulting of Spokane, Washington, in his Feb. 15 report, the affidavit read. "...Henry Johnson was shot in the back as he was exiting the sewing room window..."

"As Henry Johnson approached the window he cranked it open and tore the window covering as he exited the window. The crank arm mechanism was found on the floor in the front of the window. The shot entered Mr. Johnson's back at an angle left to right and slightly upward the moment he exited through the open window," Schneck wrote.


Crime scene analyst William ...

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Crime scene analyst William Schneck of Washington state, who was hired by the prosecution to analyze the crime scene, recounted a different story.

Schneck said groupings and trails of passive blood drops, apparently dripping from Shane Johnson's nose, indicate he stood for a while by the couch in the living room near the fireplace. A pool of blood by the fireplace which had been smeared indicated Travis Johnson likely had punched his brother there, Schneck said.
Passive blood drops to and through the kitchen and at the top of the stairs and down the stairs appear to indicate Shane Johnson then walked through the house, down the stairs and to his room, where he took the Bushnell Buckmark .22 caliber semiautomotic pistol out of its case before the struggle for the gun began, Schneck said.
Schneck testified that a shot that went through several jackets draped over the open door in Travis Johnson's room and through the door indicates that the first shot likely was fired there, then three more shots were fired in Shane Johnson's bedroom.
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While Schneck said it is impossible to say in what order the four shots were fired, it appears the three shots fired in Shane Johnson's room were fired in rapid succession, with one going nearly straight up into the top of the doorframe, another apparently grazing Travis Johnson's scalp before nicking the doorframe and hitting the ceiling of the hallway.
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When defense attorney Randi Hood asked if that had happened, wouldn't Travis Johnson's blood or DNA been found on the gun, Schneck testified that would not necessarily happen especially if the cuts were caused by a quick swipe of the part making the cut.
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Schneck testified that the fact all four spent cartridge cases were found in Shane Johnson's bedroom appears to show the pistol probably failed to eject the first cartridge case, and the stovepiped case probably was ejected manually before the next shots were fired.


Hooke College - Instructors

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Bill Schneck

Adjunct Instructor
...
In 1995, Bill started Microvision Northwest-Forensic Consulting, Inc., where he is the President and principal forensic microscopist, consulting on both criminal and civil forensic cases. Bill is also an instructor at the California Criminalistics Institute (Sacramento, CA) teaching "Basic Practical Microscopy and Identification of Building Materials."
Bill has been employed by the Washington State Patrol Crime Laboratory in Spokane, WA. as a forensic microscopist since 1990 where he is responsible for the identification and interpretation of a wide range of materials including hairs, fibers, soil, minerals, building materials, glass, paint, explosives, wood, paper, botanical traces, metals, and food traces. His analysis relies on the use of polarized light microscopy in conjunction with electron microscopy and infrared spectroscopy.
From 1987 to 1990, Bill was the coordinator of the Materials Characterization Section of McCrone Environmental Services (Atlanta, GA) specializing in asbestos-containing product identification.
Bill is a member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, a Diplomate of the American Board of Criminalistics, a member of the Northwest Association of Forensic Scientists, and the California Association of Criminalistics; and serves on the FBI's Scientific Working Group for Materials Analysis (SWGMAT). His publications include articles on paleontology, sedimentary geology and forensic microanalysis.


Hooke College - Instructors

www.hookecollege.com [cached]

Bill Schneck

Adjunct Instructor
...
In 1995, Bill started Microvision Northwest-Forensic Consulting, Inc., where he is the President and principal forensic microscopist, consulting on both criminal and civil forensic cases. Bill is also an instructor at the California Criminalistics Institute (Sacramento, CA) teaching "Basic Practical Microscopy and Identification of Building Materials."
Bill has been employed by the Washington State Patrol Crime Laboratory in Spokane, WA. as a forensic microscopist since 1990 where he is responsible for the identification and interpretation of a wide range of materials including hairs, fibers, soil, minerals, building materials, glass, paint, explosives, wood, paper, botanical traces, metals, and food traces. His analysis relies on the use of polarized light microscopy in conjunction with electron microscopy and infrared spectroscopy.
From 1987 to 1990, Bill was the coordinator of the Materials Characterization Section of McCrone Environmental Services (Atlanta, GA) specializing in asbestos-containing product identification.
Bill is a member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, a Diplomate of the American Board of Criminalistics, a member of the Northwest Association of Forensic Scientists, and the California Association of Criminalistics; and serves on the FBI's Scientific Working Group for Materials Analysis (SWGMAT). His publications include articles on paleontology, sedimentary geology and forensic microanalysis.


MMJ | Staff & Editorial Board

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Bill Schneck

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