Albert Fink

A car. A tree. A crash. A confession. When Bloomington, Indiana, psychologist Albert Fink crashed his car and admitted to police that he falsified a mental evaluation in a criminal case in 2016, it sent shock waves throughout Indiana and beyond.

Our reporting prompted action at the highest levels of the Indiana court system. We also learned that there is another, much larger potential pool of victims for whom justice remains to be seen.

Financial support for this reporting project came from the Fund for Investigative Journalism.

Prosecutors scrambling after Loving mistrial revelation

Aug 5, 2016
John Gibson

Update, 5pm Friday: When contacted about the developments in the Caleb Loving case, Indiana Attorney General spokesman Bryan Corbin said that they are aware of the case, but had no other comment.

Following a mistrial order in an arson and explosives case Thursday, prosecutors made another revelation with statewide implications on Friday.

An arrest warrant has been issued for psychologist Albert Fink of Bloomington, who admitted to police he falsified a mental evaluation for Caleb Loving in advance of the arson trial.

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