Monthly Archives: October 2021

Forensics: DNA in murder case sits in Denver crime lab for 11 months

Family asking for public help. Crime lab output delays are unacceptable. A father is making an emotional plea and putting up $25,000 of his own money to help find his son’s killer. He is also asking the Problem Solvers to … Continue reading

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Forensics: Underfunded and mostly thankless. Cold case files: USF forensic anthropologist seeks the public’s help

Cold case files: USF forensic anthropologist seeks the public’s help • St Pete Catalyst — Read on stpetecatalyst.com/cold-case-files-usf-forensic-anthropologist-seeks-the-publics-help/

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Forensics: Scientific fraud. Ivermectin: How false science created a Covid miracle drug – BBC News

Thousands worldwide have taken ivermectin to fight Covid. But what’s the evidence? — Read on http://www.bbc.com/news/health-58170809.amp

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Forensics: The FBI should listen to this. We’re talking about hair the wrong way : Short Wave : NPR

Humans have scalp hair. But why is human scalp hair so varied? Biological anthropologist Tina Lasisi wanted to find out. And while completing her PhD at Penn State University, she developed a better system for describing hair — rooted in … Continue reading

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Forensics: Gabby Petito update: FBI’s decision to hold victim’s remains, cause of death ‘very unusual,’ Dr. Baden says

Two weeks since Gabby Petito was revealed to have been the victim of a homicide, famed forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden told Fox News the FBI’s decision to withhold her remains from her family was “very unusual,” as was the … Continue reading

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Forensics: “Self-proclaimed bitemark expert” getting sued. Wrongfully convicted former death row inmate is suing Tampa Police officers who allegedly framed him | Blogs

Richard Souviron is a founding-father of the American Board of Forensic Odontology. Many of his peers have been sued by those wrongfully convicted through their claims of “scientific” accuracy. This case shows the degree of cognitive bias exhibited in their … Continue reading

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Forensics: Now her descendants want compensation from this hospital and others. The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

Big bucks. https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/legal-issues/henrietta-lacks-family-sues-company/2021/10/04/810ffa6c-2531-11ec-8831-a31e7b3de188_story.html — Read on http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/henriettalacks/immortal-life-of-henrietta-lacks.html

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Forensics: Despite lower court opines, Justice Minister rejects compensation to mother following wrongful conviction for killing her newborn – NZ Herald

Whatta joke. This judge has discretion but stretches his reasoning as “serving justice” for the greater good. Terri Friesen’s ex-partner confessed to being the actual offender and was jailed in 2002. — Read on http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/justice-minister-rejects-compensation-to-mother-following-wrongful-conviction-for-killing-her-newborn/4CQCUIUZBS22S44HSSUSWSSKCA/

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Forensics: Are vaccine mandates “constitutional?”

Let’s say yes. Listen to Jennifer Oliva. “General law” applied by SCOTUS decades ago. Short podcast. It’s Special Edition Saturday on October 2nd, 2021 with… — Read on http://www.thenewsworthy.com/shownotes/100221

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Forensics: ‘“Nobody will tell me the truth’ | Man’s death pinned on cougar attack; wildlife experts say there’s no way

Sounds about right for TX. Texas Rangers, a justice of the peace, a Sheriff, medical examiner chaos, and evidence rotting in the storage locker. The Texarkana Gazette is the premier source for local news and sports in Texarkana and the … Continue reading

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