Tag Archives: junk forensic science

Forensics: Another bogus method from the bitemarkers. Ageing children as adults for ICE

Since this article came out in May, 2018, I have been swamped from pro bono immigration law firms representing children¬† held in adult custody over claims made by members of the bitemarker bunch the American Board of Forensic Odontology.¬† These … Continue reading

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Forensics: Mississippi courts stilled inured to junk pathologist opinions : Jeff Havard and the Shaken Baby Myth

Mississippi judges need a refresher course on what “medical scientific certainty” doesn’t mean. They continue to bow down to the opinions of a disgraced, non-certified, self-centered pathologist who still stalks their halls of justice. This court level jurist calls Steven … Continue reading

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Scientific Terminology Explained | Forensic Science in North Carolina

If you’d like to learn more about scientific terminology, Duke Law student Logan Johnson interviewed toxicologist Dr. Jay Gehlhausen about terminology that attorneys might encounter when reviewing scientific evidence. Have you ever wondered what the difference is between reproducibility and … Continue reading

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Forensics: A short blast at amateur blood stain expertise and other ilk.

All this started before “The CSI Effect” came into view. https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/__trashed-6/

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Forensics: Want a BS excuse for “bad forensics”? Blame it on “bad apples.”

This is truly ridiculous counterpoint to forensic science reform, but the forensic industry and its associated prosecutors take it as gospel. The medical profession used claims of “perfection” in the 18th century when they used to bleed patients to death … Continue reading

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Forensics: Two-timing Prosecutors and Cops misuse of science in the quest for convictions

The cases keep coming back on appeal, the stories are horrific, and the people responsible for railroading the innocent keep their jobs. All deny making mistakes and claim to be pursuing “justice.” The damage caused by the bitemark dentists continues … Continue reading

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The False Forensics Trail of Tears: John Kunco and the bitemarkers in Pennsylvania

When DNA is missed by law enforcement, DAs use the lies of bitemark advocates to convict. These dentists have known for decades that their bitemark testimony regarding human identification was unproven. They didn’t care in the John Junco 1991 conviction, … Continue reading

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#Forensics: The usual forensic failures described : DAs don’t give much of a damn.

  Do you wonder how witchcraft and satanic children eating coven stories survive in this era of lies and misdemeanors and wrongful convictions?¬† This article pushes back against what’s coming out of the US WH and DOJ (and some DAs) … Continue reading

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Reliance on quality forensic testing continues to take hits in the UK.

The government closed the FSS (national forensic science unit) in 2012. Privatizing forensics to commercial vendors resulted, which has led to various large scale scandals. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-london-44044668 In a strange coincidence, the UK”S Forensic Regulator published in 2017 some extensive rules … Continue reading

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Here are 4 Ways The Crime Lab Can Frame You Includes Bitemarks as the 5th.

https://youtu.be/gTbu0nRLaL8 A look at a lay person’s concerns about law enforcement’s reliance on false statements and forensics that’s not good enough for scientific approval, but very useful for gaining convictions. Bitemarks, lie detectors, hair, partial fingerprints, evidence mishandling, incompetents and … Continue reading

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