Category Archives: human rights violations

Forensics: No surprise. Ahmaud Arbery’s Convicted Murderers Almost Escaped Charges, Thanks to Prosecutorial Misconduct

As the trial wraps up, it’s important to remember that the first prosecutor on the case, Jackie Johnson, has been indicted for violating her oath of office. — Read on reason.com/2021/11/24/ahmaud-arbery-alleged-murderers-almost-escaped-charges-prosecutorial-misconduct-jackie-johnson-george-barnhill/

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Forensics: Brady violations galore. FBI coverups. Malcolm X murder: Lawyers for men exonerated in Malcolm X killing discuss wrongful convictions

NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with attorneys Barry Scheck and David Shanies, who represented the two men exonerated this week for the 1965 assassination of Malcolm X. — Read on http://www.npr.org/2021/11/20/1057684536/lawyers-for-men-exonerated-in-malcolm-x-killing-discuss-wrongful-convictions

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Forensics: Talking about racial disparities in criminality and punishment. The facts are clear that justice has two tiers of law enforcement and constitutional rights.

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Forensics: How is this considered reliable? Should a dog’s sniff be enough to convict a person of murder? | Science | AAAS

Should a dog’s sniff be enough to convict a person of murder? | Science | AAAS — Read on http://www.science.org/content/article/should-dog-s-sniff-be-enough-convict-person-murder

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Forensics: This is huge!Law reforms compensation process for those who are wrongly convicted.

The CA comp board has been obstructionist in processing these claims via DA influences since its inception. Law reforms compensation process for those who are wrongly convicted – Santa Barbara News-Press — Read on newspress.com/law-reforms-compensation-process-for-those-who-are-wrongly-convicted/

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Forensics: Are vaccine mandates “constitutional?”

Let’s say yes. Listen to Jennifer Oliva. “General law” applied by SCOTUS decades ago. Short podcast. It’s Special Edition Saturday on October 2nd, 2021 with… — Read on http://www.thenewsworthy.com/shownotes/100221

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“Forensics: Human experimentation. They said they were vitamins”: Inmates in Arkansas jail say they were unknowingly given ivermectin to treat COVID-19 – CBS News

“They used us as an experiment,” one inmate told CBS News. “Just because we wear stripes and we make a few mistakes in life, doesn’t make us less of a human.” — Read on http://www.cbsnews.com/news/covid-19-ivermetin-arkansas-jail-inmates-vitamins/

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Forensics: Illogical Crim Law. His innocence decree ‘not cognizable’? Missouri man swears he’s innocent, would legally have been better off sentenced to death

There are very few people who would be better off if they had been sentenced to death but that’s the case with Chris Dunn. — Read on http://www.kctv5.com/content/tncms/live/

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Forensics: How one quack doctor almost destroyed Brian Wilson’s career

This shrink Gene Landy was a psychology prof of mine at USC. A real arrogant jerk. I told him similar at the end of the course. Then I went to dental school. Later came forensics involving Anthro and human identication. … Continue reading

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‘Forensics: Not sooth-saying? Graphology predictions. Signature and handwriting can reveal one’s personality’ | Nagpur News – Times of India

Handwriting, like nature’s law, is unique to an individual. — Read on timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/nagpur/signature-and-handwriting-can-reveal-ones-personality/articleshow/85336713.cms

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