Anthony Meoli has been corresponding with serial killers, mass murderers, spree killers and death row inmates since 1998. Worldwide, he has successfully contacted over 130 such personalities, personally interviewing Danny Rolling (executed in 2006), Loran Cole, Lee Boyd Malvo, Glen Rogers and Isaac Zamora.
“My career path is to counsel inmates or prisoners in high risk facilities,” said Meoli. “While maybe seen as controversial or a population that few care about, inmates are severely lacking in mental health access, which only exacerbates their propensity for further violence.”
In August 2012 he published The Diary of the D.C. Sniper, co-written with Lee Boyd Malvo. The book was the culmination of seven years of correspondence, over 50 phone calls and personal visitation with Malvo. Meoli appeared as a criminal profiler on the ID Network documentary “My Brother the Serial Killer.”
As a means of gaining a better understanding of serial killers, Meoli has collected their artwork, poetry, letters and even their original hand prints. He has one of the world's largest collections of full-sized, original serial killer hand prints which he uses for a plethora of fingerprint characteristic and height/weight comparisons.
Meoli holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Penn State University, a Juris Doctor from John Marshall Law School and a Master of Arts degree in Forensic Psychology from Argosy University, Atlanta.
He is a Certified Forensic Consultant (CFC) with the American College of Forensic Examiners International (ACFEI) and the President of Meoli Forensic Consulting, LLC.
He sits on the consulting committed of the American Investigative Society of Cold Cases (AISOCC). He is currently a member of the following professional associations: APA, ACA, ACFEI and the AISOCC.
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