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June 29, 2011
Is SBI like MIB? LOL
Poorly run labs make officers’ jobs more difficult. Our job is to seek the truth and when our support staff only provides part of the information we can make false conclusions, thus focusing in the wrong direction. This is not only bad for the innocent man in prison, but for the victim who never actually got justice. As for the law suit, as normal it lists everyone it can and will hope for a settlement. I would guess that will see some serious cash in this case.
Agree with Dallascrane, it was their duty to inform the Detectives of the second test. The interesting thing was why there was a second test? Additionally the first test DID indicate the blood. As I do not know how much weight this blood evidence played in the trail and the fact that a third test was not done to sort of 'break the tie' and why would the test be neg the second time.
In addition I doubt that because the second test was neg and not brought up at trail that exonerates him from the crime. If this is the only thing that he can find to eliminate all the other evidence then he probably did it and he better shut up and slink away before they try him again and send him back to prison for life. If I was with the State that is exactly what I would be ordering, find out who the real killer is and if it does turn out to be this guy, then that is a great thing. If not then at least you have solved a murder and justice will have been served.
The crime lab should be held accountable regardless if Taylor is guilty or innocent.
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