Linda Malcom suffered more than a dozen stab wounds when she was killed in her Sidney Avenue home in Port Orchard on April 30, 2008. Any one of those wounds could have been fatal, according to an autopsy report issued by the Kitsap County Coroner’s Office after her death.
So why did her killer continue stabbing her when she was already dead? And then seek out accelerants to start a fire and burn her home?
These are questions that intrigue Jennifer Bucholtz, a former U.S. Army counterintelligence agent and professor of forensics at American Military University. In her work in different jobs in a medical examiner’s office, training law enforcement and working as an investigator, Bucholtz said analyzing killers’ behavioral profiles is one of her strengths.
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