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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: Im sure they would wear masks. Homo heidelbergensis was Extremely Resourceful

New research pieces together the activities and movements of a group of Homo heidelbergensis, a poorly understood species of archaic humans that lived between 700,000 to 200,000 years ago, as they made tools, including the oldest bone tools documented in … Continue reading

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Forensics: Bitemarks, hair matching, snitches and junk opinions. Robert Duboise’s case merits new commitment to justice in Florida

The most recent case of innocence has much in common with other wrongful convictions, including flawed forensic science and lying jailhouse “snitches.” — Read on http://www.staugustine.com/story/opinion/2020/09/02/robert-duboises-case-merits-new-commitment-justice-florida/5693919002/

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Forensics: The shoes tell the tale. Forensic anthropologists: Bones on bluff likely from late 1800s

The shoes will tell them more, according to Dr. Jered Cornelison. — Read on http://www.shorelinemedia.net/content/tncms/live/

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Forensics: Santae Tribble, whose wrongful conviction revealed FBI forensic hair match flaws, dies at 59 – The Washington Post

Another victim to forensic junk promulgated by the FBI. His exoneration helped launch a Justice Department review that found FBI hair examiners systematically overstated testimony in almost all trials in which they gave evidence over two decades. — Read on … Continue reading

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Forensics: What autopsies reveal about coronavirus

This is fascinating stuff. Not what you are seeing in the media. You might need a medical dictionary. What autopsies reveal about coronavirus – The Washington Post — Read on www-washingtonpost-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/www.washingtonpost.com/health/2020/07/01/coronavirus-autopsies-findings/

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Forensics: The cost of wrongful convictions from cop lies and perjury. Retired Chicago journalist on George Floyd response: ‘This is what still haunts me’ – Chicago Tribune

Retired Chicago journalist on George Floyd fallout: ‘This is what still haunts me’ — Read on http://www.chicagotribune.com/opinion/commentary/ct-opinion-comentary-andy-shaw-burge-racism-20200612-vd76wzka5vgdlmclrs23bpukdi-story.html

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Forensics: Autopsy facts and causation assessment of George Floyd’s murder

Here is a set by step eval by Judy Melinek MD. Don’t listen to the talking heads posing as pathology experts. https://www.medpagetoday.com/blogs/working-stiff/86913

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Forensics: Corrected link in my last post.

Thanks to all who told me of this. Im doing these posts while completing many honey-do’s. 😎

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Forensics: Judge and DA both reject bitemarker expertise. Not the first rodeo for the ABFO dentist and his floundering dental colleagues of the American Academy of Forensic Science.

This judge is very clear that the original prosecutor’s use of a bitemarker’s opinion convicted an innocent woman. https://www.11alive.com/article/news/investigations/the-reveal/georgia-woman-freed-from-prison-over-flawed-bitemark-evidence/85-88f98a25-4bca-42f2-976b-1119738f1ca8

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