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Breach of justice, Massacgusaetts Evidence Tampering Case

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What was that about all being fair in love and war? After all, how else can you win a war?


Seriously....this is a disgrace.

Chemist May Have Tainted 24,000 Court Cases - The Daily Beast

...lost in the focus on the chemist herself are the more than 20,000 defendants who may have been wrongfully convicted thanks to her mishandled results. It’s one of the largest breaches of justice in Massachusetts has ever seen—so why, four years later, hasn’t it been fixed?
 

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Whoops...talk about butchering a thread title. :lol:
 

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Yes, this is a bad thing. Sadly there are similar examples from other jurisdictions around the country, including the federal level and the FBI lab.

Such behavior was rampant in the Steven Avery case.
 

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Yes, this is a bad thing. Sadly there are similar examples from other jurisdictions around the country, including the federal level and the FBI lab.

Such behavior was rampant in the Steven Avery case.

IMO, the corrupt lab tech should be thrown in jail. And, all those who were wrongfully convicted need to be scheduled for a new trial.
 
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