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Monthly Archives: February 2023
Forensics: Murdaugh blood spatter witness has expertise beyond the pale.
This guy goes way beyond the limits to what limits exists in the field. Claims multiple shooters and more…. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/blood-spatter-expert-testifies-alex-murdaugh-trial_n_63fcfa84e4b0ecabbaa0b89d
Forensics: Looking Back: Forensic Fraud in Child Abuse Cases | Coerced plea deals and hidden fraud
By Jeffrey Deskovic “Looking back” will feature reprints of articles that Jeff previously wrote while a columnist at The Westchester Guardian, which — Read on http://www.davisvanguard.org/2023/02/looking-back-forensic-fraud-in-child-abuse-cases-2/
Forensics: Forensic expert gets caught accepting bribe to destroy evidence
Forensics: The Devil pathologist masquerading as an expert for decades.
Forensics: State AGs Fine DNA Testing Lab $400,000 for Data Breach
DNA Diagnostics Center (DDC), one of the largest private DNA testing laboratories in the United States, has been fined a total of $400,000 by state DNA Diagnostics Center has been fined a total of $400,000 by state attorneys general in … Continue reading
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Forensics: Bizarre statements from U of Idaho murder suspect. Bryan Kohberger confident he will be ‘EXONERATED’ even as evidence against him grows, sources say.
Bryan Kohberger, 28, has been accused of murdering Ethan Chapin, Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, and Xana Kernodle — Read on meaww.com/bryan-kohberger-still-confident-about-being-exonerated-as-evidence-against-him-grows-sources-say
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Forensics: Subjective and Contradictory opinions. Interpreting Blood Stain Patterns: Science or Speculation?
In the TV-show Dexter, the titular character leads a double life as both a forensic scientist and a serial killer. Dexter’s unique forensic… — Read on http://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx
Forensics: PR fail for Nicola Bulley forensic dive expert as he explains why he didn’t find body in river search
Forensic dive expert Peter Faulding had previously said that Nicola was not in the River Wyre after he searched for her there — Read on http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/nicole-bulley-forensic-dive-expert-29259901
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Forensics: False guilty pleas and marginalized defendants. New wrongful convictions database spurs hope of reforms, change in Canada
As the database launches there are 83 cases in it where a conviction was overturned, with only 16 of them involved Indigenous people. — Read on globalnews.ca/news/9499324/wrongful-convictions-database-reforms-change-canada/
Forensics: Biometric theft. White Castle faces up to $17B fine over worker fingerprints
White Castle faces up to $17B fine over worker fingerprints • The Register — Read on http://www.theregister.com/2023/02/18/white_castle_fingerprints_fine/
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