Category Archives: forensic pathology

Forensics: I believed in Shaken Baby Syndrome until science showed I was wrong | Waney Squier | TED talk

This makes my battles regarding bitemarks a mere blip. My objections to using skin injury patterns as pattern evidence started in 1995. — Read on progressvideo.tv/videos/i-believed-in-shaken-baby-syndrome-until-science-showed-i-was-wrong-waney-squier-tedxwandsworth

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Forensics: Australian scientists speak out over ‘incredibly dangerous’ shaken baby prosecutions

Australian scientists speak out over ‘incredibly dangerous’ shaken baby prosecutions – The Justice Gap — Read on http://www.thejusticegap.com/australian-scientists-speak-out-over-incredibly-dangerous-shaken-baby-prosecutions/

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Forensics: No autopsy done in Santa Barbara homicide trial. Forensic Pathologist Testifies that Death Investigation Is no substitute.

By Maia Surendra SANTA BARBARA, CA – In the Scott Fleming jury trial Wednesday in Dept. 1 of Santa Barbara County Superior Court, presided over by Judge — Read on http://www.davisvanguard.org/2021/08/forensic-pathologist-testifies-that-death-investigation-is-inadequate-to-answer-all-questions/

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Forensics: Time of death from rigor mortis. Forensic pathologists disagree with defense experts in Rodney Reed case

Is this really science? A great example of some experts pushing beyond the data limits of their TOD estimates. Exaggeration and probable expectational bias due to outside circumstances. — Read on http://www.conchovalleyhomepage.com/news/forensic-pathologists-disagree-with-defense-experts-in-rodney-reed-case/

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‘Forensics: ‘Those children could be my relatives’: Canada’s first Indigenous forensic pathologist on unmarked graves | Canada

Kona Williams says many unanswered questions remain about how to investigate remains found at the sites of residential schools — Read on http://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2021/jul/26/canada-indigenous-forensic-pathologist-unmarked-graves

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Forensics: Familial DNA and a suspect licking an envelope in 2018. Detective explains how DNA was obtained; week 1 of murder trial complete

The first week is complete in the double murder trial of Raymand Vannieuwenhoven. The 84-year-old man is accused of the brutal 1976 murders of two people at a Marinette County https://www.ehextra.com/news/detective-explains-how-dna-was-obtained-week-1-of-murder-trial-complete/article_45872733-fd6f-5579-8001-eac304a2e5df.html

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Anthropology: Northumbria expert leads ground-breaking forensic study on 18th century Caribbean slave graveyard

The remains of skeletons found at one of the largest cemeteries for enslaved people in the Caribbean are being studied at Northumbria University. — Read on newsroom.northumbria.ac.uk/pressreleases/northumbria-expert-leads-ground-breaking-forensic-study-on-18th-century-caribbean-graveyard-3115556

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Forensics: Police hid body cam video for two years. FBI opens police shooting case based on new evidence.

http://www.huffpost.com/entry/body-cam-investigation-death-ronald-greene_n_60e6e9bce4b0f9cbbfd83750

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Forensics: Cross-bow ballistics in UK murder

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-birmingham-57723845

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Anthropology: 3,000-year-old skeleton is world’s oldest known shark victim

An archaeological mystery has been solved as scientist conclude that the mangled remains of a prehistoric Japanese fisherman, who sustained nearly 800 different injuries, was likely due to a shark attack. — Read on nypost.com/2021/06/30/3000-year-old-skeleton-is-worlds-oldest-known-shark-victim/

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