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Henry Lee Biography
Henry Chang-Yu Lee is a Taiwanese American forensic scientist known as one of the world’s foremost forensic scientists and founder of the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science.
Henry Lee Age
Lee was born on 22 November 1938 in Rugao, Nantong, China. He is 80 years old as of 2019
Henry Lee Family
He was born to Chinese parents. His father died when the passenger ship Taiping sank on 27 January 1949. He has twelve siblings who their identity is not known
Henry Lee Wife
He has been married twice. He first married the late Margaret Lee in 1962, who died in 2017. He is married to Xiaping Jiang the CEO of Jiadi (Hong Kong) Co., Yangzhou Jiadi Clothing Co., Ltd, and Yangzhou Jiadi Senior Care Center. The couple married on Dec. 1st, 2018
Henry Lee Forensic Scientist Education
He studied at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City and earned a B.S. in forensic science. He went at New York University to study science and biochemistry and earned his M.S. in 1974 and Ph.D. in biochemistry in 1975.
Henry Lee Forensic Cases
His known cases include; The investigated the 3-19 shooting incident of R.O.C. President Chen Shui-bian and Vice President Annette Lu., the JonBenét Ramsey murder case, the Helle Crafts woodchipper murder, the post-9/11 forensic investigation, the Washington, DC sniper shootings the O.J. Simpson and Laci Peterson cases, and reinvestigated the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
He was consulted on the 1991 death of investigative journalist Danny Casolaro, who died in a West Virginia motel room but withdrew due to poor evidence. He was consulted during the trial of Michael Peterson, a fiction writer and politician from North Carolina who, in 2003, was convicted of the murder of his wife, Kathleen Peterson. He was consulted as a blood spatter analyst. He was involved in the early stages of investigation for the missing Orlando toddler, Caylee Anthony in 2008.
Henry Lee Work
He is the director of Forensic Research and Training Center at the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science and Distinguished Chair Professor in Forensic Science at the University of New Haven. During 2000 to 2010, he was the Chief Emeritus for the Connecticut State Police, from 1998 to 2000 he was the Commissioner of Public Safety for the State of Connecticut. From 1978 to 2000, He served as that state’s Chief Criminalist and Director of State Police Forensic laboratory.
He has written hundreds of articles published in professional journals, lectured widely, and authored and co-authored more than 40 books on forensic science, crime scene investigation, and crime scene reconstruction. He acted as an advisor and consultant to many law enforcement agencies. He was the host of a show on the truTV network, formerly Court TV, titled Trace Evidence: The Case Files of Dr. Henry Lee, highlighting his work on well-known cases. He has also appeared widely on television, as a guest on various Chinese TV and online programs, such as KangXi Lai Le in Taiwan, and multiple joining in Voice (Chinese: 开讲啦; pinyin: KāiJiǎng La) and Beyond the Edge (Chinese: 挑战不可能; pinyin: Tiǎozhàn BùKěnéng) in China Central Television in Mainland China.
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Henry Lee Forensic Net Worth
Forensic lee is a Taiwanese American forensic scientist. His salary is still under Review. He has an estimated net worth of around $100K to $1M
Henry Lee Forensic Book
2002: Cracking Cases: The Science of Solving Crimes
2004: Cracking More Cases: The Forensic Science of Solving Crimes Henry C. Lee
2001: Henry Lee’s crime scene handbook
2006: Dr. Henry Lee’s Forensic Files: Five Famous Cases–Scott Peterson, Elizabeth Smart, and More– Jerry Labriola
2010: Shocking Cases from Dr. Henry Lee’s Forensic Files