World Famous Forensic Scientist Dr. Henry Lee to Appear on ‘Senator Kissel and Friends’

March 8, 2007

Renowned Doctor to Discuss Famous Cases Including O.J., Jon Benet Ramsey, and JFK

Dr. Henry Lee, the world famous forensic scientist who has worked on many of history’s most well-known criminal cases, appeared with State Senator John A. Kissel (R-Enfield) at a taping of the Senator’s monthly cable show, ‘Senator Kissel and Friends.’ Dr. Lee shared key insights into some of the famous criminal cases he has worked on throughout his illustrious career. The program will air at 9:30 on Monday nights on Cox Communication Channel 15 throughout North-Central Connecticut beginning March 12th and running through April 16th.

“It was truly an honor to have my old and dear friend Dr. Henry Lee, who is known around the globe, come on the program and not only discuss his work, but share his personal views on some of the most famous criminal cases in modern history. I would like to thank him for taking the time to appear and share his unique expertise with our viewers,” said Senator Kissel. “It was a fascinating discussion and I encourage everyone in the area to tune in. You won’t be disappointed.”

On the program, Dr. Lee shares his opinion on whether or not he believes O.J. Simpson committed the double-murder as well as whether or not he believes former President Clinton legal counsel Vince Foster actually committed suicide. He also talks about what he feels went wrong with the Jon Benet Ramsey investigation and provides new information on the reinvestigation into President John F. Kennedy’s assassination.

Dr. Lee is the Chief Emeritus of the Connecticut State Department of Public Safety and the Founder and Chair Professor of the Forensic Science Program at the University of New Haven. He is a former Commissioner of Connecticut’s Department of Public Safety and was the State’s Chief Criminalist from 1979 to 2000.

Senator Kissel is a Deputy Minority Leader and Ranking Senator on the Judiciary Committee, the Human Services Committee, and the Program Review and Investigations Committee. He is serving his eighth term representing the seventh district communities of East Granby, Enfield, Granby, Somers, Suffield, Windsor, and Windsor Locks.