Forensics: let’s hear it for another biased and messed up Jack the Ripper case

This time its the Journal of Forensic Sciences that gets the gong for publishing a one-sided example of fumbled assumptions and disconnected exaggerations abt mitochondrial DNA.
https://www.kxan.com/news/jack-the-ripper-identity-questioned-by-texas-state-research-professor/

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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: let’s hear it for another biased and messed up Jack the Ripper case

  1. SCP says:

    The forensic scientists in Texas are doing much the same, except they’re using mtDNA and whole genome sequencing (along with taxpayer money) to prove the existence of Sasquatch.

    https://anonfile.com/nbneq975n1/2012_Novel_North_American_Hominins_Next_Generation_Sequencing_of_Three_Whole_Genomes_and_Associated_Studies_pdf

    Those forensic scientist in Texas are so progressive.

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