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Forensics: and police in the same building. Critics Say Broward County’s New Forensic Science Center Is a Conflict of Interest

Critics say housing the Broward County Sheriff’s Office Crime Laboratory and the Broward County Office of Medical Examiner and Trauma Services in the planned Broward County Forensic Science Center could lead to conflicts of interest — particularly when investigations involve deaths … Continue reading

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Forensics: The “Excited Delirium” Myth and Deaths in Police Custody – Physicians for Human Rights

One pathologist birthed this idea: An ad hoc supposition with no science foundation regarding its direct relationship to custodial “postural asphyxiation” by police. “Excited Delirium” and Deaths in Police Custody – Physicians for Human Rights — Read on phr.org/our-work/resources/excited-delirium/

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Forensics: Based on his testimony in George Floyd’s autopsy. Review of cases under former Maryland medical examiner expected to get underway this year – The Washington Post

The probe was sparked by former chief medical examiner David Fowler’s testimony in defense of the Minneapolis police officer on trial for murder in the death of George Floyd. — Read on http://www.washingtonpost.com/dc-md-va/2022/01/02/maryland-medical-examiner-cases-review/

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Forensics: Excited delerium vs 9 taser shots. Nationally known pathologist calls Jamal Sutherland’s cause of death disgusting.

The Charleston County Coroner and the independent pathologist who examined Jamal Sutherland’s body will not discuss the case. So we went to a nationally known forensic expert for an explanation. A forensic autopsy determined Sutherland died from an “excited state … Continue reading

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Forensics” ‘I can’t breathe’: how America’s broken autopsy system can mask police violence

I also can add that the actual death scenes are closely supervised by the police rarely permiting timely access to death investigators. A pathologist I know in CA would allow Prosecutors to attend autopsies only if a Public Defender also … Continue reading

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Forensic Pathology: “Excited delerium“ excuse used in MN police restraint death of #GeorgeFloyd

Thurs. May 29, 2020. 6.30 pm PDT. Today certain “qualified” talking heads in the media have copied the unfounded and rather illogical theory that is used in every police custody restraint death case as a defense. There is a medically … Continue reading

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