Tag Archives: prosecutorial misconduct

Forensics: Houston Doctor Fired for Giving Away Doses of Covid Vaccine

Some DAs have no soul. Especially in Texas. As usual politicians continue to screw-up public health response to the pandemic. This guy has been professionally lynched. Ten doses of the Covid-19 vaccine would expire within hours, so a Houston doctor … Continue reading

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Forensics: Ex-DA a real AH. murder indictment dismissed

This dude switched to defense cases. Just got license suspended for 2 years murder indictment dismissed Kurtzrock | Newsday — Read on http://www.newsday.com/amp/long-island/crime/murder-indictment-dismissed-kurtzrock-1.15534445

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#Forensics #DNA U.S. Takes Step to Require Asylum-Seekers’ DNA

Similar to building walls in Colorado? The Trump administration ignores US untested rape specimens and will collect DNA samples from asylum-seekers and add the information to a massive FBI database. Trump and the GOP continue to protray undoc immigrants as … Continue reading

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Forensics: When do District Attorneys refuse to test DNA? When the test could be paid by the incarcerated.

This story is from Florida. It could be from any state in the US. DAs always roll towards preserving their convictions. This makes platitudinous statements about “justice” from Attorney Generals and their deputies  hollow, pathological mythomania. http://www.tampabay.com/projects/2018/narratives/blood-and-truth/the-lingering-case-of-tommy-zeigler/?platform=hootsuite

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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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When Prosecutors continue to use Bitemarkers’ Junk Testimony in New Jersey

Participating in post-conviction appeals of defendants convicted from the use of bitemark pattern “matching” brought me to a crossroads with my memberships in both the bitemark group (ABFO) and the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS). The cross-road on the … Continue reading

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Recanting and chumped medical “experts” led to 25 years on death row. DAs in Bakersfield withheld hospital records of infant death

Kern County is a leader of California counties having inmates on death row. A man would have been executed under the new California statutes allowing “swifter justice.” Of course, the CA DA Association spent millions, along with sanctimonious “victim rights … Continue reading

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Sloppy and incompetent cop forensic experts at it again in the Holtzclaw case. #AAFS #Junk #Forensics

Holtzclaw is an ex-cop accused and convicted of numerous sexual assaults under the color of authority. The State’s DNA case against him lacks a serious amount of due process and quality control.  This article has recontructionist Brent Turvey talking about … Continue reading

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“The Cadaver King and the Country Dentist” coming your way.

Its time to sign up for Radley and Tucker’s book about the forensic disaster that continues to plague the criminal courts of the state of Mississippi. Here is a recent review. The book does a good job in spreading the … Continue reading

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A “discrepant” view on flawed forensics leading to later exonerations – bitemarks at al.

A mighty effort by someone connected to the National Institute of Justice to blend ‘forward thinking’ about science and better crime lab management improving the reliability of criminal convictions. The author uses a blend of data that minimizes how many … Continue reading

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