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Russel D. Osborn

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Background Information

Employment History

Document Examiner for the Criminal Investigation Laboratory

U. S. Army at Fort Gordon , Georgia


Affiliations

American Academy of Forensic Sciences

Member


American Society of Question Document Examiners

Member


American Board of Forensic Document Examiners , Inc.

Certified Member


Panel of Arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association

Member


Web References(2 Total References)


History World War II

freedomdocuments.com [cached]

The services of Russel D. Osborn of Osborn, Osborn and Osborn Examiners of Question Documents located in New York, New York was employed for this investigation.
This firm has been in business since 1905 and their most famous case was the Lindbergh kidnapping trial in 1935. Russel D. Osborn at the time of his employment by the publisher had been a document examiner exclusively for the last twenty-five years. For two of those years, he was a document examiner for the Criminal Investigation Laboratory in the U. S. Army at Fort Gordon, Georgia. He produced a course of study for the U. S. Army. Mr. Osborn is a member of the American Society of Question Document Examiners and the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (Document Section). He is a Certified Member of the American Board of Forensic Document Examiners, Inc., which maintains an office in Colorado Springs, Colorado and is member of the Panel of Arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association in connection with questioned document problems. The publisher and Russel D. Osborn had traveled to Washington, D. C. in the fall season of 1983.


History World War II

www.freedomdocuments.com [cached]

The services of Russel D. Osborn of Osborn, Osborn and Osborn Examiners of Question Documents located in New York, New York was employed for this investigation.
This firm has been in business since 1905 and their most famous case was the Lindbergh kidnapping trial in 1935. Russel D. Osborn at the time of his employment by the publisher had been a document examiner exclusively for the last twenty-five years. For two of those years, he was a document examiner for the Criminal Investigation Laboratory in the U. S. Army at Fort Gordon, Georgia. He produced a course of study for the U. S. Army. Mr. Osborn is a member of the American Society of Question Document Examiners and the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (Document Section). He is a Certified Member of the American Board of Forensic Document Examiners, Inc., which maintains an office in Colorado Springs, Colorado and is member of the Panel of Arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association in connection with questioned document problems. The publisher and Russel D. Osborn had traveled to Washington, D. C. in the fall season of 1983.


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