Category Archives: prosecutorial misconduct

Forensics: Claiming prosecutorial misconduct, Trump tells allies he plans to pardon Michael Flynn: report

Here’s a guy files false election lawsuits saying he knows the law. Absurd. President Trump has told close allies he plans to pardon his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, — Read on thehill.com/policy/national-security/527481-trump-tells-allies-he-plans-to-pardon-michael-flynn-report

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Forensics: Blanket “qualified immunity” for unreasonable police actions takes a hit.

A glimmer of hope. twitter.com/rmfifthcircuit/status/1329919798873034762

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Forensics: LWOP sentencing discrimination: Duke University Law Professor Brandon Garrett discusses a new study that shows racial bias in sentences of life without parole in NC | NC Policy Watch

Life Without Parole, Duke, Wilson Center, Brandon L. Garrett — Read on http://www.ncpolicywatch.com/2020/11/16/duke-university-law-professor-brandon-garrett-2/

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Forensics: Lack of effective police oversight: A Watchdog Accused Officers of Serious Misconduct. Few Were Punished.

These facts brought us the polticized, misunderstood, and ineptly misapplied media phrase “defund the police.” An analysis by The New York Times found that the N.Y.P.D. has reduced or rejected recommendations for stiff discipline of officers in about 71 percent … Continue reading

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Forensics: More costs for taxpayers: wrongful convictions. New Orleans DA Leon Cannizzaro sees $750k in legal bills for defense against misconduct claims

Many claims for multiple DAs misconduct are in the New Orlean court system. Dirty tricks like false subpoenas and worse. The Orleans Parish District Attorney’s office amassed at least $748,000 in legal bills related to misconduct allegations since 2017, a … Continue reading

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Forensics: DA misconduct. Death row inmate says he’s facing execution based on lying jailhouse snitch’s word

All due to one career prolifict prison snitch. James Dailey says he may be executed without physical, eyewitness evidence — Read on abcnews.go.com/amp/US/death-row-inmate-facing-execution-based-lying-jailhouse/story

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Forensics: Why Coroners Often Blame Police Killings on a Made-Up Medical Condition

Well known issue in forensic medicine. Discussed? Not so much. Otherwise known as “excited delerium” vs “constraint asphyxiation.” Calling it a homicide is a career ender for an Coroner/ME. Its happened in MS, CA and elsewhere in the US. The … Continue reading

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Forensics: Anatomy of another wrongful conviction. Philly man, exonerated at 73, faced ‘stunning violation of constitutional rights’

The ex-DA denies responsibility. Nice. These guys have no mercy. The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office agreed that Antonio Martinez’s trial “was infected by serious official misconduct, resulting in his wrongful conviction.” — Read on http://www.inquirer.com/news/philadelphia-exoneration-da-ciu-patricia-cummings-antonio-martinez-wrongful-conviction-20201023.html

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Forensics: The Ballistics don’t support Cameron claim Breonna Taylor’s beau shot cop. AKA the prosecutors are lieing. Friendly fire scenario affirmed.

A Kentucky State Police ballistics report failed to match a bullet that hit a Louisville cop in thigh to a shot fired by Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend. — Read on amp.courier-journal.com/amp/3552007001

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Forensics: San Jose man not guilty in death-penalty child killing case

Its all about DNA mixture software interpretation. Sound familiar? San Jose man not guilty in death-penalty child killing case — Read on http://www.mercurynews.com/2020/06/19/death-penalty-case-jury-finds-san-jose-man-not-guilty-in-2016-child-killing/amp/

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