Wednesday, May 7, 2008


‘CSI’ Is For Amateurs

FRESNO, Calif. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – CSI will not prepare you for the messed up mind of a mass murderer.

Beginning this Fall, Alliant University in San Diego – through the Center for Forensic Studies – will offer a doctoral program in forensic psychology, but just because you’ve seen CSI doesn’t mean you’re ready to jump into the frightening field.

Dr. Eric Hickey – a forensic psychologist who’s worked with Jeffrey Dahmer and John Wayne Gacey – says, “You can’t come in all excited about meeting serial killers, or thinking they’re larger than life. They’re not God-like. They’re dark, seriously disturbed folks.”

Hickey says shows like CSI and Medium distort the realities of crime scene investigation, and students who enroll in the course are in for a chilling change.

He says, “This is not for everybody. We’re dealing with psychopaths, sexual predators, and mass murderers. It’s worse than anything you’ve seen on TV. Much worse.”

For more info, go to forensicstudies.alliant.edu.

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