The first comprehensive review of the forensic evidence on the killing of Jesse James.
Jesse James Forensic Report ó Revised 128 page version
Whatís wrong with this picture?
Does it resemble Jesse James?
Where is the exit wound?
Who cut off his thumb?
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Forensic Analysis: Jesse W. James†
by Ronald J. Pastore
Ron Pastore is available for lectures.
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100ís of Photos
20 Jesse Photos
A compellation of all the available evidence.
Presented at the American Academy of Forensic Science Annual Conference in 2004
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This is a photo of the men posing as the James Gangócirca 1880.
The man of the left claimed to be Jesse James and is a match to the 1882 corpse.
(Left: Jesse James, Center: Frank James, Right: Cole Younger) .
Courtesy of Steven A. Crowley
Published in the KC Star 2003
This report is derived from examining material based on a criteria of evidence from the categories listed below. The report will analyze this matter as a cold case murder investigation. The criteria of evidence was introduced to the American Academy of Science in 2004. The Jesse James assassination case was tested against the following categories.
Authentication of Material Evidence
Chain of Custody
Facial Recognition Software
The evidence concludes that Jesse James faked his death. The murder victim was a cousin to Jesse James, an outlaw know to pose as Jesse in his robberies. The analysis shows three separate M.O.ís, three unique physical descriptions and three distinct personalities.
This analysis positively identifies the three subjects. The victim, perpetrator and co-conspirator.
This criteria of evidence was offer as a model to standardize investigations in the forensic community. AAFS announced efforts to standardize forensic labs using these criteria of evidence.
The evidence is clear and weighted. The 1882 murder is an open case. Jesse W. James faked his death . Someone was murdered in his place. That murder is the great mystery here.
This report solves that question and many other issues, once and for all.