Adding more to Grits’ Breakfast

Adding more to Grits’ Breakfast because it is an interesting post on what role victims should play in plea bargains. When I read that I said to myself: none. The prosecution does not represent victims but the Constitutional State. I do not condone crime and acknowledge that victims’ rights were violated but as Grits for Breakfast states, those […]

Australian Cold Case Unit turns up the heat!

Australian Cold Case Unit turns up the heat! An article in the Daily Telegraph explains: “In the two years since the NSW Police set up their Cold Case Justice Project under the experienced watch of forensic scientist Raymond, they have come up with evidence to charge murderers and rapists. Men who thought they had got […]

What they don’t tell you about DNA

DNA

What they don’t tell you about DNA can be found in this article by Michael Bobelian. He explains issues related to DNA that are unknown to many and kept under wraps by few. However, the few do it very well. This article is about the statistical chance that a DNA match is found when running a […]

Kansas City Cops Connect 5th Attack to Waldo Rapist Suspect

Waldo Rapist Suspect

Kansas City Cops Connect 5th Attack to Waldo Rapist Suspect as they believe the same man is responsible for a sexual assault Monday morning and four rapes in the same neighborhood. All five rapes have happened in the last five months. Police and crime scene investigators looked for evidence all day on Monday. Employees from […]

NYPD Will Videotape Interrogations

NYPD Will Videotape Interrogations reports WNYC. “New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly says his department will start videotaping police interrogations in two precincts as a pilot project this year. Rebecca Brown with the Innocence Project, a public policy group that works to exonerate the wrongfully convicted, says a survey of 238 jurisdictions that videotape interrogations […]