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Keith Simpson (pathologist)

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Crime Pathologist interview | Keith Simpson | Talking personally | 1983

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Professor Tim Mant: From Nuremberg to the Old Bailey - Memories of Forensic Pathologist

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Urbex ~ Oxted Lime Kilns & 1946 Chalk Pit Murder

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Solving a Famous 100-Year-Old Cold Case Using State-of-the-Art Forensic Science

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Keith Simpson Showreel

Cedric Keith Simpson, CBE, FRCP, FRCPath, was an English forensic pathologist. He was Professor of Forensic Medicine in the University of London at Guy's Hospital, Lecturer in Forensic Medicine at the University of Oxford and a founder member and President of the Association of Forensic Medicine. Professor Simpson became renowned for his post-mortems on high-profile murder cases, including the 1949 Acid Bath Murders committed by John George Haigh and the murder of gangster George Cornell, who was shot dead by Ronnie Kray in 1966.