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Trump admin cuts DNA testing for Missing Persons – Drug War wins again

Pursuing non-violent drug use and funding the US incarceration industry takes a higher priority in Trump/Sessions’ forensic agenda than identifying unknown human remains and unidentified persons in the US. http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/08/19/dna-lab-reduces-testing-for-missing-people-amid-funding-woes.html

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#Forensic Pathology: Interesting opine on ‘virtopsies’ vs dissection autopsies

Interesting look at the application of full body virtopsy scans as either a replacement or adjunct for conventional dissection forensic protocols. The writer considers the options and discusses the need for coroner/ME people being trained to read the CT and … Continue reading

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