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I think the justice system is really more about the attorneys than the evidence - "If the glove don't fit - acquit" - it seems like if it's not DNA then it's all spin.interesting post - thanks!
Don't get me started on the justice system. It goes like this: a complaint is made and the search for evidence to support the complaint begins. There is no search for truth, only support of claim. Big huge difference.I agree... you can't have too much science.
crazy4coens: You have a point. OJ is free because some hired guns (legal & forensic) insinuated doubt into much of the mountain of evidence and a bunch of highly gullible jurors were swayed into believing the lie.
Ananda Girl: I hear you. It annoys me to no end too.
A good defense attorney often overturns a lot of forensic "evidence." DNA is pretty solid, but other methods used in forensics have room for multiple interpretations.As one who watches all the CSI programs on television, I found this post of great interest.
Always On Watch: Glad you liked it. I was a fan of forensics before it became popular and while it was considered 'morbid' entertainment.
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