The website of its Journal of Forensic Research includes such morsels as "Forensic science is a multidisciplinary subject that drawn principally from ... even social sciences" and "Forensic plays an important role in criminal investigations and it is equally used in ... Astronomy ... ." All OMICS journals advertise a "21 day rapid review process."
Who edits the journal and what researchers will fork over $3,019 to avail themselves of its "platform for the authors to make their contribution towards the journal and the editorial office promises a peer review process for the submitted manuscripts for the quality of scholarly publishing"? The three editors-in-chief are said to be
▸ Jian Tie, Nihon University School of Medicine, Oyaguchi, JapanThe names given for editors include
▸ Jianye Ge, Institute of Applied Genetics, University of North Texas Health Science Center, and
▸ Sheila M Willis, Director, Forensic Science Laboratory, Ireland
▸ Rick Wyant, CRT Less Lethal Inc, andA "special issue" on "Criminology Forensic," edited by Thomas Holt and Jianye Ge, consisted of a grand total of four articles such as Modern Trend of Country Made /Improvised Pistols Used in the Capital of India. Other letters or articles in various issues are
▸ Peter Gill, Professor of Forensic Genetics, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, University of Oslo.
▸ The Usage of Polygraph Method in Bulgaria, by Todor Todorov (noting that "Participating in a 10 week course with APA standards in Sofia is a lot cheaper and easier than to apply for a USA visa, paying expenses for accommodation and travel costs");
▸ Reality Bites Demystifying Crime, by Gurveen Gill (noting that "Some scientist recommends that thorough analysis of the size, position and other features of bite marks be completed before any comparison with a suspect’s dentition is made."); and
▸ When Good DNA Goes Bad, by Mark Perlin (maintaining that "TrueAllele computer mixture interpretation is thorough, objective, sensitive, specific, and reproducible; human review methods are not.").