Category Archives: police custody deaths

Forensic Pathology: Expert Chauvin Defense Witness Faces Lawsuit Over Death of Black Teenager in Police Custody

Expect the “excited delerium” cliche to be heavily misused. “Positional asphyxia” from the back and neck compression, and resulting oxygen deprivation (hypoxia) are the causes of George Floyd’s cardiac arrythmia death. David Fowler, Maryland’s former chief medical examiner, is being … Continue reading

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Forensics: “Excited delerium” strategy in the #GeorgeFloyd trial. It a common police tactic in custody deaths. Here are the medical facts.

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Forensics: San Francisco DA Posts List Of Cases Possibly Impacted By Forensic Lab Analyst Misconduct – CBS San Francisco

Thousands of cases. 500 death cases. Says to call your defense attorney. How proactive. The San Francisco District Attorney’s office on Friday posted an extensive list of cases that could be affected the misconduct of a forensic lab analyst who … Continue reading

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Forensics: Locards paradigm rebuffed. Forensic research proves that textile fibres can be transferred between clothing in the absence of contact

Fibers transfer without contact. LCN (low cell number) DNA needs similar studies. Forensic research proves that textile fibres can be transferred between clothing in the absence of contact — Read on phys.org/news/2020-08-forensic-textile-fibres-absence-contact.html

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Forensics: Undercounting Those Killed by the N.Y.P.D. – The New York Times

Here’s where forensics and politics show their dark-side. Who has the final say? Read on….. A never-released report shows that the number of people killed by police activity in New York is more than twice what has been reported. — … Continue reading

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Forensics: Cops at the Floyd death scene discussed ‘excited delerium’ as an excuse.

They absolutely were looking for a way out to defend themselves against a wrongful death prosecution. This new article goes into why that is bs. The Two Autopsies Of George Floyd Aren’t As Different As They Seem

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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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Looking at law enforcement’s “excited delirium syndrome” deaths from a medical perspective.

\ Here is another forensic conundrum. The AMA doesn’t recognize it, neither does the World Health Organization, nor a host of other “learned” medical groups. Taser Inc does. So do police unions representing LEOs in wrongful death litigation. Welcome to … Continue reading

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