William Eppright

Bill Eppright is currently an adjunct professor who developed and instructs advanced college level courses in terrorism and forensic pathology.  Bill is additionally authoring a book reflecting on his over thirty-five years of federal law enforcement service.

Bill Eppright was a Special Agent, as his last official duty he was assigned as the first full time Weapons of Mass Destruction Coordinator for the Tampa Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.  Bill met all of the stringent requirements to be certified as a Master FBI WMD Coordinator.  Before transferring to Florida, Bill spent 19 years in the Dallas, Texas Division.

A 1978 graduate of Glassboro State College (Rowan University) located in Glassboro, New Jersey.  In 1986 Bill received a Masters in Forensic Science as a graduate of the George Washington University.  In October 1978 Bill began his career in the FBI as a Fingerprint Examiner and subsequently held positions as a Budget Analyst, Cryptanalyst/ Mathematician in the FBI Laboratory and finally as a computer Analyst, becoming a Special Agent in 1986.

Bill has extensive experience in general criminal, violent crime, complex white collar crime, public corruption/ government fraud and counterintelligence investigations primarily utilizing undercover techniques, wiretaps, informants and other sophisticated investigative techniques.  Special Agent Eppright was instrumental in the creation & development of the FBI’s field Evidence Response Team Program and has participated in numerous crime scene investigations including: the Branch Davidian standoff in Waco, Texas;  Oklahoma City Bombing where he was the first federal witness; the American Embassy Bombings in Africa; Khobar Towers; the Wedgewood Baptist Church mass shootings; the Columbia Space Shuttle Disaster; the Shoe Bomber; the Terrorist attacks on 9/11 both at ground zero & in the field; and federal kidnapping/ murder cases including Amber Hagerman (Ambers Alert). Bill testified in the first nationwide federal capital murder trial for victim Lisa Rene.  Two individuals remain on federal death row as a result of the crime scene investigation and testimony.  Bill has testified in Federal & State Court on numerous other occasions as a result of his investigations and involvement.