Bernard Knight

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Dr. Bernard Knight

Bernard Knight (b. 1931- ) MD, CBE, BCh, MRCP, FRCPath, FHKCPath, D MJPath, FFFMRCP, DM(Hon), LLD(Hon), DSc(Hon), PhD(Hon), and Barrister of Gray's Inn, London was a Professor of Forensic Pathology in the University of Wales until he retired in 1996. In 1993, Dr. Bernard Knight was made a Commander of the British Empire (CBE) for his services to forensic medicine.[1][2]

Dr. Bernard Knight has been involved in many notorious murder cases, including Fred West and Rosemary West, Roberto Calvi (the Vatican banker), the child killer Mary Bell, and the Truscott case in Canada.[1]

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  2. Knight's Forensic Pathology',(3rd Ed) Saukko P. and B. Knight (2004) Arnold Publishers, London, foreword