Category Archives: criminal justice reform

Forensics: @WHOSTP45 | Bill Richards bogus ABFO bitemark case leads to California Senator Taking on Wrongful Convictions and Forensics in Reform Bill

A “one tooth” bitemark “match” from an ABFO/AAFS bitemarker led to Bill’s 26 years in jail and prison. A Texas upper court has just stayed a Jan 21 2021 execution of Blaine Milam based on a “3 tooth” bitemark ID … Continue reading

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Forensics: Biden Must Put The Science Back Into Forensic Science – ABFO/AAFS bitemarkers get humiliated

This article comes out swinging at junk forensics. The ABFO comes up immediately. Of course. Some of these guys have been officers of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. Medical Examiner certification demands ABFOers be employed or consulted in dental … Continue reading

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Forensics: Illegal media streaming. Ghislaine Maxwell court hearing disrupted by apparent QAnon followers | Ghislaine Maxwell | The Guardian

Reminds me when 7 attending abfo bitemarkers recorded an Alabama court hearing on a bitemark murder case. While I was testifying for the defense. Death penalty proceedings. There was one mad judge when it was discovered during a break. One … Continue reading

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Forensics: Proposed legal sanctions against Pro-Trump attorneys who now face long-lasting consequences for lying about election results

Attorneys who pushed President Donald Trump’s election-fraud claims in court face existential threats to their professional careers.Sidney Powell and L. Lin Wood could be disbarred after lawyers for the city of Detroit asked a federal judge in Michigan to reprimand … Continue reading

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Forensics: New Years Cheer: Philly to pay $9.8M to man exonerated who spent 28 years in prison after wrongful conviction for murder

Cops in this case involved in other similar misdeeds. 17 exonerations from the same district since 2017. The settlement is the latest in a string of payouts to exonerees whose wrongful convictions in the 1980s and ’90s have cost the … 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: Scientific repression: Slimming to the Death: Herbalife®-Associated Fatality paper retracted.

This PSA contains a link to the single case report originally published by ELSEVIER. Then retracted by the journal’s editor after some legal pushback by HL. The bitemarkers have used similar threats. PubPeer report: “REMOVED: Slimming to the Death: Herbalife®-Associated … Continue reading

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Forensics: Forensic science inaccuracy: Firearm and fingerprint comparisons are less reliable than they seem.

A story told from a juror’s perspective. How police experts doctor their error rates in “proficiency” tests. Ballistics and fingerprints linked to misleading testimony as revealed by Itiel Dror at UCL. Bitemarkers did similar. Don’t believe forensic examiners’ claims about … Continue reading

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Forensics: Corrupt cops. Termaine Joseph Hicks exonerated after 19 years in prison

Joseph Tremaine Hicks, his lawyer said, “is going to be returned to something that he should have had on Nov. 27, 2001, when police encountered him, but he didn’t: the presumption of innocence.” — Read on http://www.inquirer.com/news/philadelphia-wrongful-conviction-exoneration-police-misconduct-tremaine-hicks-20201216.html

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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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