Forensics: State Attorney: DNA exonerates man in 1983 Tampa murder

Adding to the long list of bitemarker mis IDs. The dentist claims that bitemarks still work for investigations. He has always been happy claiming he brought Ted Bundy “to justice.”

The Innocence Project and Hillsborough State Attorney Andrew Warren’s conviction review unit determined that new DNA tests demonstrate Robert Duboise is not guilty in the rape and murder of Barbara Grams.
— Read on www.tampabay.com/news/hillsborough/2020/08/26/state-attorney-dna-exonerates-man-in-1983-tampa-murder/

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Dr. Michael Bowers is a long time forensic consultant in the US and international court systems.
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2 Responses to Forensics: State Attorney: DNA exonerates man in 1983 Tampa murder

  1. John Lentini says:

    Dr. Richard Souviron should feel terrible. He should feel terrible every day for the rest of his life. If anyone has the audacity to say “the system worked,” Mr. Duboise has my permission to beat the carp out of them. Congratulations to the Innocence Project for their perseverance.

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