Category Archives: criminal justice

Forensics: This has to do with a US Supreme Court Justice. Ginni Thomas, wife of Clarence Thomas, endorsed the protest that became the Capitol riot.

Talk about a worm can of legal impropriety? The trail to tRump is long in that household. It takes 2/3 Senate vote to impeach a Justice. Awful. Days later, when her post attracted attention, Thomas noted she wrote it before … Continue reading

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Forensics: Typical DA move. The ‘Innocent Man’ defendant won’t be released if AG Mike Hunter proves conviction was wrongfully overturned

The Northwestern Law says the DA objection and appeal rationale is “galling.” Read more about the idiot DA in this case. Another legal setback has occurred in the case against Tommy Ward, one of two men convicted in the disappearance … Continue reading

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Forensics: Police confiscation theft. Its called “civil forfeiture.” Alabama police talk about safety but patrol for cash

Cops getting $ without cause. It began at the outset of the “war on drugs” in the 1980s. Has been found to be ineffective in preventing drug trafficking. It still remains in certain states and has become entwined with police … Continue reading

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Forensics: Academic and CJ repression in the Deep South. UM Fires History Professor Who Criticizes ‘Powerful, Racist Donors’ and ‘Carceral State’

Clearly, “Ole Miss” managers consider outing the political history of the Crim Justice system by its own faculty is anathema. Their excuses are shallow and dissembling and have a racist “ivory Tower” smell. Its a miracle that the Ole Miss … Continue reading

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Forensics: Interviewing a Senior Advisor on Forensic Science Policy ( Sarah Chu ) – Major Investigators

This podcast is hosted by a very bright 9yo! She puts Sarah C through her paces. SC has a very important job at the NYIP. Listen to this episode from Major Investigators on Spotify. In this episode, we have a … Continue reading

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Forensics: Call for Bar Condemnation and Investigation of President Trump’s Campaign Lawyers for Subverting American Democracy

A consortium of 1500 lawyers wrote this. Only abt 1M more to go. Lying for a client in court is illegal. Usually. — Read on lawyersdefendingdemocracy.org/call-for-bar-condemnation-and-investigation-of-president-trumps-campaign-lawyers-for-subverting-american-democracy/

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Forensics: Republican voter fraud. Florida attorney under investigation for registering to vote in Georgia, encouraging others to do the same

Bill Price has denied he was serious about the move. But Channel 2 confirmed Price registered to vote the day after he made the speech, using his brother’s address and swearing to an affidavit that he was a Georgia resident … Continue reading

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Forensics: US Dominion Voting Systems CEO explains why Trump and Sidney Powell’s attacks are bonkers

Fraud, fraud, and more fraud by “lame duck” political cranks. President Donald Trump’s former attorney Sidney Powell was shoved aside after going off on a… — Read on http://www.rawstory.com/2020/11/us-dominion-voting-systems-ceo-explains-why-trump-and-sidney-powells-s-are-bonkers/amp/

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Forensics: Colombia: New Evidence Prisoners Were Intentionally Shot | Human Rights Watch

Police brutality in Columbia. A new report by international forensic experts commissioned by Human Rights Watch points to the intentional killing of detainees during a prison riot in March 2020 in Colombia. — Read on http://www.hrw.org/news/2020/11/24/colombia-new-evidence-prisoners-were-intentionally-shot

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Forensics: Former NOPD crime lab employee airs concerns over safety, procedures

Then they force him to take a drug test. A defense attorney tells WDSU the drug lab’s lack of accreditation could impact court cases. — Read on http://www.wdsu.com/article/wdsu-investigates-former-nopd-crime-lab-employee-airs-concerns-over-safety-procedures/34774281

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