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Ron Hendry

Ron Hendry is a retired Forensic Engineer (aka Accident Reconstructionist) with 28 years of experience at evaluating and reconstructing serious to fatal incidents based on the physical evidence. Mr. Hendry is a degreed Mechanical Engineer who held a Professional Engineering License during his consulting career. His body of work was primarily with regard civil litigation matters. However, his work has required him to extensively interact with police and review their reports, interview witnesses, review autopsy reports, and review statements and depositions of witnesses and experts. Ron has extensive experience in evaluating incidents from scene photos and witness testimony in cases where the physical evidence was no longer around. In several instances, Ron has evaluated injuries of those involved to ascertain how they occurred.

No Killer-Specific Identifying Evidence Has Been Developed So Far In Kent Heitholt Murder

(This is the third of ten articles about the Kent Heitholt murder in 2001. Much of the information reviewed for this article was obtained from transcripts of the 2005 Ryan Ferguson trial posted on the Justice for Ryan Ferguson website. There has been talk of a bloody palm print that might identify the killer. However nothing has been found in the released trial …

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Initial View of the Heitholt Murder Crime Scene

(This is the second of ten articles about the Kent Heitholt murder with a primary focus on interpreting the physical and other evidence at the crime scene.) Columbia Tribune Sports Editor, Kent Heitholt, was found unconscious and unresponsive in a pool of blood outside his car about 2:26 AM on November 1, 2001. It was readily apparent that his head had been severely …

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An Examination of the Evidence in Kent Heitholt Murder

(Note: This is the first in a series of ten articles examining the evidence available over the internet regarding the murder of Kent Heitholt in 2001. The review and analysis has solely been on behalf of the Kent Heitholt family. The examination did not begin with any assumptions or conclusions of innocence or guilt on the part of any person of interest or prior …

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