Texas releases another death row inmate | The FBI ‘conspires’ with the Innocence Project on Forensic Reform

Misconduct by prosecution authorities is jus t one of the contributing causes of wrong convictions. Texas leads the nation in exonerations. Read about another man taken off death row.

As a rebuff to what some US forensic dentists write about regarding “conspiracies” against them by the Innocence Projects, officials from the FBI and Department of Justice Department are working with The Innocence Project and others to review cases across the nation in which the discredited testing was used, the FBI said in an April statement.

Could a Bite Mark catch a Killer? Or is it Junk Science? See the cases described in this Marshall Project article an make up your own mind. Then add 23 other KNOWN bitemark cases. Plus, More are coming online via vigorous exoneration litigation.

What a difference one week makes in the life of the S.F. police chief. Now he is proud to say all backlogged rape kits have been ‘hand counted’ and will be tested by the end of the year. Here is what went on last week. 

Watch OUT!! Those anthros just never quit. More body farms may be coming your way. Ghastly fun for sure. 

About csidds

Dr. Michael Bowers is a long time forensic consultant in the US and international court systems.
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