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February 09, 2012

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Coastalcowboy

"During oral arguments, Wang said that the report’s general conclusion – that no area of forensic science besides DNA analysis was 100 percent accurate at matching a person to a piece of evidence... "

What about a full set of Fingerprints? It would appear that they missed one.

Incredimail

Great article. I'm going through some of these issues as well..

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