Category Archives: Community Dentistry

Forensics: Missing in New Mexico Conference makes promises to families of the missing. #NamUS

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Forensics: #NamUs Selects Othram as a Forensic Genetic Genealogy Partner

Great news! Im very proud to be able to assist NamUs with Missing and Unidentified cases. September 27, 2022 — Othram, the leading forensic sequencing laboratory for law enforcement, and the National Missing and — Read on

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Forensics: Wiley Publishing Ignoring Chinese authored racial profiling. Journal Board Members Resign After Controversial Papers

“This situation is creating a shameful embarrassment that reflects poorly on all medical genetics journals and on the entire medical genetics community,” a critic of the studies wrote. — Read on

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Forensics: Disparate legal standards. One for the rich, one for the poor. Georgia Offers Unequal Expert Evidence Standards

Guess who gets the benefit, and who gets the shaft. It is glaring proof that the two tier legal structure of rich vs poor really exists. The second proof is the inequitable funding of prosecutors, providing DAs with distinct advantages … Continue reading

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SF Police Chief Loses a $2M grant for rape kits. His Crime lab is “maxed out.” Plus Murder around the world.

S.F. Police Chief Greg Suhr during a news conference speaks about an audit of the crime lab’s DNA unit, which has come under fire for faking results, as well as other police misconduct, at the Hall of Justice, Friday, April … Continue reading

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#Forensic #Science: “Locard’s Exchange Principle” takes a hit from a New Jersey DA overwhelmed by #DNA #Exoneration

The scientific sleuths form the past and present must be rolling over in their condominiums. See Richardson. The transfer of physical or biological material between two separate sources (in biology think spitting on your hands before swinging at a baseball … Continue reading

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Forensic Dentistry: Examination of Elder and Child Abuse

A presentation showing population data and clinical cases of physical abuse on elders and children. The material has been used in the forensic science curricula at the University of Southern California Ostrow School of Dentistry in Los Angeles, CA USA. … Continue reading

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