Category Archives: Forensic Science Bias

Forensics: NYPD to use non-peer viewed nor tested DNA test data to create ‘virtual mugshots’

Whatta load of junk. Cops continue to use back-room “forensic” methods for judges to admit and prosecutors to use in criminal courts. Trash forensic science. Snapshot” phenotyping analyzes the genetic content of DNA — like a person’s skin tone, eye … Continue reading

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Forensics: As wrongfully imprisoned man is exonerated, attorneys announce launch of bite-mark conviction reviews | Florida

The bitemarker American Board of Bitemarks (sic: Forensic Odontology) has lied in promising to assist in these ne novo conviction reviews. They actually have purged their “hidden” records. 2x. A bunch of creeps. I can’t fathom why the Medical Examiner … Continue reading

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Forensics: “Yeoman”Testing of rape kits from Southwest Missouri produces first DNA ‘hits’

Huh? The Missouri attorney general’s office has received its first DNA “hits” through the testing of previously untested rape kits, part of an ongoing initiative to clear the state’s backlog. — Read on http://www.joplinglobe.com/content/tncms/live/

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Forensics: Trump lied about science | Science

A celebrated science journal (since 1880) runs through the WH’s host of lies. Trump lied about science | Science — Read on science.sciencemag.org/content/early/2020/09/11/science.abe7391

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Forensics: Psychology. A look at the psyche of DJTrump by @davidfrum: So Trump has confirmed in his own voice that he was not self-deluded about Covid-19.

Thread by @davidfrum: I made this point w @AriMelber tonight am still brooding on it: So Trump has confirmed in his own voice that he was notluded about COVID. He knew the danger – and still opted to do nothing … Continue reading

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Forensics: Fudging the data results from (Mis)use of scientific measurements in forensic science – ScienceDirect

Jeez. This sure looks look no one took a class on experimental design at the FBI Academy. If one even exists. What an embarrassment. (Mis)use of scientific measurements in forensic science – ScienceDirect — Read on http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2589871X20300553

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Forensics: As expected FP Examiners are all over the map. Examining and expanding the friction ridge value decision.

Is thus really a “science?” More like tea leaves, phrenology or astrology. Some FP folks are really concerned. Examining and expanding the friction ridge value decision – ScienceDirect — Read on http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S037907382030270X

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Forensics India: Bitemarks In The Dock: The Questions We Are Not Asking

The article restates what has been done in the US debunking bitemarkers and recommends adoption of same in India. Also, the author says many Indian courts and prosectors still demand bitemark pattern evidence continue to be used. This is similar … Continue reading

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Forensics: read every word. DNA mixtures – Do you understand them? | Forensic Context

A simple introduction to DNA mixtures in forensic science, what are they, why they occur and the issues with assessing their evidential value. — Read on http://www.forensiccontext.com/dna-mixtures-do-you-understand-them/

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Forensics: Error Rates, Likelihood Ratios, and Jury Evaluation of Forensic Evidence – Garrett – 2020 – Journal of Forensic Sciences – Wiley Online Library

Error Rates, Likelihood Ratios, and Jury Evaluation of Forensic Evidence – Garrett – 2020 – Journal of Forensic Sciences – Wiley Online Library — Read on onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/1556-4029.14323

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