Portrait of Dr Paul Kirk in Laboratory
(Original Caption) Dr. Paul Kirk, nationally known criminologist, who has been hired to seek new evidence in the Sheppard murder case, is shown in his laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley, after he said he would investigate the case with an "open mind". He said his job would only take three or four days during which he would only seek "physical evidence" only.
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Bettmann / Contributor
19 January, 1955
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