Forensics: Jack the Ripper and “clothing matching” = Looking at professional advancement despite “ubiquitous” reliability

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In the shadow of the recent Jack the Ripper mtDNA fiasco, here is another. Apparently all our Levis’ pants seams and buttons are unique or something close to it according to one guy at the FBI. He gets a pass when his lab results miraculously approach “certainty” the closer he gets to testifying. Whatta joke. But you know, it sure guarantees job security.

This article has a final statement about US governmental oversight of FBI forensics and its “science.”

“The DOJ has too much invested in half-baked science and self-made experts to actually clean house and add more actual science to its forensic methods.”

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Dr. Michael Bowers is a long time forensic consultant in the US and international court systems.
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1 Response to Forensics: Jack the Ripper and “clothing matching” = Looking at professional advancement despite “ubiquitous” reliability

  1. Gil Sapir says:

    read this article

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/kristinakillgrove/2019/03/18/archaeological-geneticists-call-jack-the-ripper-dna-study-unpublishable-nonsense/#792411afb900

    On Sun, Mar 24, 2019 at 2:35 PM FORENSICS and LAW in FOCUS @ CSIDDS | News and Trends wrote:

    > csidds posted: ” In the shadow of the recent Jack the Ripper mtDNA fiasco, > here is another. Apparently all our Levis’ pants seams and buttons are > unique or something close to it according to one guy at the FBI. He gets a > pass when his lab results miraculously approach” >

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