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Partner Assistance: Moxxy Forensics

Intermountain Forensics prides itself on the collaborative work that we do with our many partners.  Occasionally our partners will ask for assistance in raising funds to cover the lab casework costs with IMF.

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South Campbell Avenue, Arizona John Doe 1988

On July 18th, 1988, the remains of a 45-60 year old Black male were found amongst a pile of concrete rubble in Tucson, Arizona. The cause of death was likely the man falling and hitting his head on the concrete. The man was homeless and was likely living in the area for a few weeks.

 Moxxy Forensic Investigations will be working in partnership with the Pima County Office of the Medical Examiner to crowdfund all costs associated with this case. Once funds are received and lab work is complete, Moxxy Forensic Investigations will conduct investigative genetic genealogy on the recently-exhumed remains to identify this individual.

You may donate here: 

https://www.moxxyforensics.com/casework

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McLean County Jane Doe 1982

On February 2nd, 1982, the body of a white female was found hanging from a utility pole in rural McLean County, Illinois, on Rt. 136 between LeRoy and Bellflower, Illinois.

 It was determined that she had committed suicide hours earlier.

Moxxy Forensic Investigations is working in partnership with the McLean County Sheriff's Office. A crowdfund has been established to cover the costs associated.  Once funds are received and lab work is complete, Moxxy Forensic Investigations will conduct investigative genetic genealogy to identify this individual.

You may donate here: 

https://www.moxxyforensics.com/casework

Active Fundraising Campaigns

Occasionally we hold fundraising campaigns for specific projects.  Below you will find information to do donate for those specific projects.

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Tulsa DNA Project

Identifying victims of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre

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