Monthly Archives: September 2021

Forensics: Doctor Who Said Masks Cause Carbon Dioxide Poisoning Has License Revoked

Steven Arthur LaTulippe, a doctor in Oregon, was also filmed boasting about flouting mask guidelines during a speech to a “Stop the Steal” rally. — Read on http://www.newsweek.com/oregon-doctor-license-revoked-mask-covid-steven-arthur-latulippe-1630195

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Forensics: California demographic of political affiliation and covid hot-spots.

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Forensics: Rapper’s tweet shares unfounded claims about vaccine side effects to 22.4M followers

Somebody is hiding a STI. CLAIM: COVID-19 vaccines cause impotency and swollen testicles. AP’S ASSESSMENT: False. Experts say that there is no scientific support for the claim that coronavirus vaccines result in those side effects. — Read on apnews.com/article/fact-checking-761312111015

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Forensics: Bad faith responses by forensic path org to new study on their members’ decision- making decisions. Authors’ Response to Gill et al Response

Now is huge. The paper by Dror et al that started this tempest is available within this post. Its all about cognitive biases in forensics. Please read it. BTW Gill is the president of the National Association of Medical Examiners, … Continue reading

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Forensics: Fingerprint error rate on close non‐matches

Bursting a major fingerprint fallacy of infallibility. Fingerprint error rates. — Read on onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/1556-4029.14580

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“Forensics: Human experimentation. They said they were vitamins”: Inmates in Arkansas jail say they were unknowingly given ivermectin to treat COVID-19 – CBS News

“They used us as an experiment,” one inmate told CBS News. “Just because we wear stripes and we make a few mistakes in life, doesn’t make us less of a human.” — Read on http://www.cbsnews.com/news/covid-19-ivermetin-arkansas-jail-inmates-vitamins/

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Forensics: COVID patient Pete Lopez dies amid family’s ivermectin battle against Texas hospital.

Court ordered ivermectin. COVID patient Pete Lopez dies amid family’s ivermectin battle against Texas hospital, Memorial Hermann | abc7chicago.com — Read on http://www.google.com/amp/s/abc7chicago.com/amp/ivermectin-covid-peter-lopez-death/11004989/

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Forensics: Bizarre Shaken Baby expert. KS day care worker naive right up until convicted of murder | The Kansas City Star

Carrody Buchhorn was sure she wouldn’t be convicted in the death of an infant at a Kansas day care. Her conviction was reversed, but the DA wants her in prison. — Read on amp.kansascity.com/opinion/opn-columns-blogs/melinda-henneberger/article254015863.html

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Forensics: I believed in Shaken Baby Syndrome until science showed I was wrong | Waney Squier | TED talk

This makes my battles regarding bitemarks a mere blip. My objections to using skin injury patterns as pattern evidence started in 1995. — Read on progressvideo.tv/videos/i-believed-in-shaken-baby-syndrome-until-science-showed-i-was-wrong-waney-squier-tedxwandsworth

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Forensics: Brian Banks case repeat. Fredonia woman gets probation in fabricated rape case

WARREN, Pa. — A Fredonia, N.Y., woman received a probation sentence for fabricating a rape allegation in order to cover up an affair. Stephanie A. Kicak, 21 — Read on http://www.observertoday.com/news/local-region/2021/09/fredonia-woman-gets-probation-in-fabricated-rape-case/

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