I have heard a lot about him and longed to meet him for quite a while. And here he is, sitting right in front of me, graciously agreeing to take time out from his busy schedule for a brief interview to answer a few questions from me before heading off to the Springfield Chinese School to deliver a speech.
At first, I am a little nervous talking to such a well-respected celebrity and personal idol, but he quickly dispelled my nervousness by his friendliness and sense of humor. Lee, who heads Connecticut's forensic lab, holds a doctorate in biochemistry.
Cynthia Liu: What do you think is the hardest case you have ever taken on?
Dr. Lee: "Every reporter asks me that question. I think every case is difficult in the beginning. You have to be patient and observant in order to discover the evidence. Sometimes, even a spider web can be an essential clue in helping to solve a case.
The wood chipper case, which occurred in Connecticut, during the 80's, was one of the toughest cases. To disperse the evidence, the suspect used a wood chipper, ground the remains of his wife into pieces, and threw them into a nearby lake. The only evidence was... [continues]
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