Tag Archives: death penalty
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
The joy and triumph of the California District Attorney Assn from the 2016 passage of a ‘speed-em up death penalty’ statute Prop 66 just got a less than triumphant preliminary look by the state’s Supreme Court. Guys like San Bernardino’s … Continue reading
Needle-in-a-haystack hunt for evidence in old Virginia murder case required endurance, luck But what may prove the toughest obstacle was overcome two years ago by a private investigator and a persistent University of Virginia Hospital employee who scaled warehouse ladders … Continue reading
Colleagues had doubts and concerns. The cops and supervisors loved her work. She admits to be a bit histrionic in and out of the job. The state’s AG has no concerns. Recently the governor and one judge pulled back from … Continue reading
“In (the) battle over Nebraska’s death penalty, victims’ families refuse to be political pawns” by @lilianasegura at The Intercept. This parallels California’s upcoming vote to abolish the death penalty. There probably will also be a pro-death penalty measure on the … Continue reading
Nothing like actual problem-based research to see the disconnect between hard line “crime and justice fighters” with what problems exists in the US criminal justice system. problems. New York Times New York Innocence Project Another example of an innocent man’s … Continue reading