Tuesday, October 23, 2007


Judge bars use of partial prints in murder trial -- baltimoresun.com: "A Baltimore County judge has ruled that fingerprint evidence, a mainstay of forensics for nearly a century, is not reliable enough to be used against a homicide defendant facing a possible death sentence - a finding that national experts described yesterday as unprecedented and potentially far-reaching."


jjs said...

It's a known fact that judges are now grown in labratories built in caves inhabited by bats. The guano is harvested and mixed with saliva from kimodo lizards and allowed to grow to fruition within the alimentary canals of squids culled from the Ganges and is then scraped from the ink sacs and placed in vats filled with duck heads. 23 hours later a judge emerges, ready to think.

Cap'n Bob Napier said...

I hear that DNA is some kind of pseudoscience, too. Let's let all murderers go free.