Tag Archives: American Academy of Forensic Science

Forensics: Here’s how ICE sent children seeking asylum to adult detention centers with help from AAFS/ABFO bitemarker advocate.

How this dentist thinks wisdom teeth root shape is a biological birthday card is beyond my comprehension. ICE continues to disobey Congressional orders to stop dental and bone scans on minors seeking asylum in the U.S. — Read on http://www.salon.com/2018/05/12/heres-how-ice-sent-children-seeking-asylum-to-adult-detention-centers_partner/

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Forensics: On the eve of the #AAFS2021 meeting, the last 4 years of stagnation of forensic reform is reviewed.

Very comprehensive look at the obstinance of hard-core deniers of scientific progress in police crime labs. Written by Liliana Segura and Jordan Smith. theintercept.com/2019/05/05/forensic-evidence-aafs-junk-science/

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Forensics: Donald Trump, the DOJ, and forensics: the administration snuck in one last push for junk science in courts.

Apparently, high-school science is beyond the ken of these law school geniuses at the DOJ. They quack like little lame 🦆ies. Donald Trump, the DOJ, and forensics: the administration snuck in one last push for junk science in courts. — … Continue reading

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Forensics: Donald Trump, the DOJ, and forensics: the administration snuck in one last push for junk science in courts.

Apparently, high-school science is beyond the ken of these law school geniuses at the DOJ. They quack like little lame 🦆ies. Donald Trump, the DOJ, and forensics: the administration snuck in one last push for junk science in courts. — … Continue reading

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Forensics: How Flawed Science of Bite-Mark Analysis Imprisoned a Man for Murder

A wide open look at the face of junk forensics from 2015. The bitemarkers now claim they are “new and improved.” They certainly will argue that myth at upcoming evidentiary hearings in 2 southern states of the US. It is … Continue reading

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Forensics: Scientific repression: Slimming to the Death: Herbalife®-Associated Fatality paper retracted.

This PSA contains a link to the single case report originally published by ELSEVIER. Then retracted by the journal’s editor after some legal pushback by HL. The bitemarkers have used similar threats. PubPeer report: “REMOVED: Slimming to the Death: Herbalife®-Associated … Continue reading

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Forensics: Corrupt cops. Termaine Joseph Hicks exonerated after 19 years in prison

Joseph Tremaine Hicks, his lawyer said, “is going to be returned to something that he should have had on Nov. 27, 2001, when police encountered him, but he didn’t: the presumption of innocence.” — Read on http://www.inquirer.com/news/philadelphia-wrongful-conviction-exoneration-police-misconduct-tremaine-hicks-20201216.html

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Forensics: Another botched bitemark case. FL State Attorney’s Office identifies man wrongfully convicted of murder after 37 years. Office seeks prompt release of Robert DuBoise after newly discovered DNA proves his innocence

From Aug 2020. State Attorney’s Office identifies man wrongfully convicted of murder after 37 years. Office seeks prompt release of Robert DuBoise after newly discovered DNA proves his innocence – Office Of The State Attorney 13th Judicial Circuit Of Florida … Continue reading

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‘Forensics: I am not afraid of the gas chamber’: Codebreakers solve old Zodiac Killer cipher

Scientists rock!! Classic cold case in California. FBI backs amateur sleuths who appear to have deciphered a chilling message from the infamous 1960s killer. — Read on http://www.nbcnews.com/news/amp/ncna1250948

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Forensics: The result of bs bitemark opinions. Man execution 15 years on death row for killing daughter is scheduled.

I know this case. There were 3 suspects. All had adult teeth which were incredibly similar. A Texas ABFO dentist claimed he could differentiate the defendant Bourgeois from the other 2. The skin patterns were distorted and wildly Photoshopped. The … Continue reading

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