Understanding Forensic science is the only way to expose RDI lies and bullshit

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Understanding Forensic science is the only way to expose RDI lies and bullshit

Post by redpill on Sat Apr 25, 2015 9:18 pm

trasha wrote:
Anti-K, this whole forum has example after example after example that an intruder did not commit this crime.

No one can show one scintilla of evidence of an intruder.

As owner, I do my best to stay out of actual discussions about a crime.

The JBR case is the one expection.

Websleuths is a leader in true crime information as well as discussion. People come here to get information. It is imperative we deal with the facts. Not fantasy.

All I ask for are facts and a logical connecting of the dots. Logic and facts.

When I get time I will be going through the forum to make sure the JonBenet Ramsey forum is being held up to the high standards just like all our other forums on Websleuths.

The days of allowing anyone to post anything because it's part of their "theory" are gone. Facts and logic. Very simple.

the following individuals liked these baseless assertions

   Aynia, BOESP, CorallaroC, cynic, elannia, gramcracker, Love143, midwest mama, mochii, questfortrue, SuperDave, Tawny

let's get something clear, for someone, tricia cynic et all, to claim they have "studied" this case, and there is not a scintilla of evidence proves only one thing, that they are a lynch mob, nothing more.

these individuals have never, not once, ever studied forensic science. there are many examples of this. superdave cynic tricia are esp embarrassing in that they promote cina wong, which shows they have never studied forensic handwriting. it is particularly appalling superdave liked Tricia comments as i explained to superdave the daubert standard and expert witness on handwrtiting. expert witness is evidence.

there is this course


Trails of Evidence: How Forensic Science Works (Great Courses) DVD-ROM – 2012
by Prof. Elizabeth Murray (Author)

Crime is as old as human society. So is the use of evidence, witnesses, and reason to solve crimes. The desire to identify lawbreakers and bring them to justice is so great that it has inspired countless stories, novels, plays, movies, and television series. But how accurate are the fictional portrayals of crime investigations? What happens behind the scenes when forensic scientists crack a case? The actual details are far more than a lesson in how detective dramas often get it wrong. Knowing how real forensic investigators approach real cases will help you serve as a better juror in a criminal trial or civil lawsuit; be a more effective witness if you ever see a crime take place or are a victim of one; sharpen your analysis of the endless array of crime reports that fill the news; think more critically in assessing the value of different types of evidence; learn about a wide range of technical fields that all come to bear in the investigation of crime. What's more, an introduction to the principles of forensic science and a look at some case studies will give you a new appreciation for law enforcement, which in recent decades has seen a revolution in its ability to determine who committed a crime, how it was done, and often, why. Taught by veteran forensic scientist and Professor Elizabeth A. Murray of the College of Mount St. Joseph, Trails of Evidence: How Forensic Science Works takes you from the crime scene to the lab to the courtroom in 36 riveting half-hour lectures that reveal the personality and passions of an investigative mind.


Trails of Evidence: How Forensic Science Works
Professor Elizabeth A. Murray Ph.D.
Mount St. Joseph University

36 Lectures

   Using Science—Crime Scene to Courtroom
   Crime Scenes and Forensic Evidence
   Fingerprint Science—Hands-Down ID
   Telltale Marks—Tools, Guns, and Ammunition
   Good Impressions—Shoes, Tires, and Skin
   Forensics of Fibers, Paint, and Glass
   Traces of Hair and Fur
   Soil, Protist, Plant, and Animal Traces
   Serology—Blood and Other Body Fluids
   The Forensic Analysis of DNA
   Forensic Toxicology of Drugs and Poisons
   The Forensics of Substance Abuse
   Handwriting and Forgery Analysis
   Computer Forensics and Digital Evidence
   Structure Failure—Forensic Engineering
   Forensic Analysis of Vehicle Accidents
   Fire Science and Explosion Forensics
   Blood Evidence—Stains and Spatters

   The Science of Death
   Death Investigation—Algor, Livor, and Rigor
   Autopsy—Cause and Manner of Death
   Decomposition—From Bugs to Bones
   Forensic Anthropology—Skeleton Stories
   Forensics of Teeth and Bite Marks
   Police Sketches and Facial Reproductions
   Interview, Interrogation, Intelligence
   Forensic Profiling—Who, How, and Why?
   Human Memory and Eyewitness Accounts
   Criminal Minds—Psychology and Psychiatry
   When Forensic Evidence Is on Trial
   Forensic Scientists and Expert Testimony
   Comparing Crimes and Crime Labs
   Crimes—Nobody’s Supposed to Get Hurt
   Crimes—Killers of One, Killers of Many
   Applications—Mass-Disaster Forensics
   Applications—Identification Matters

Ph.D. Elizabeth A. Murray
Mount St. Joseph University

Dr. Elizabeth A. Murray is a forensic anthropologist and also Professor of Biology at the College of Mount St. Joseph, where she teaches doctoral-level human gross anatomy and undergraduate-level anatomy and physiology, as well as forensic science. She earned her bachelor's degree in biology from the College of Mount St. Joseph and her master's degree in anthropology and Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies in Human Biology from the University of Cincinnati. Most of Professor Murray's forensic casework has been in Ohio and Kentucky, where she has participated in hundreds of investigations. She is one of fewer than 100 anthropologists certified as a Diplomate by the American Board of Forensic Anthropology. Professor Murray has been honored with the Sears-Roebuck Foundation Teaching Excellence and Campus Leadership Award, and she twice earned the Clifford Excellence in Teaching Award. She has served as an instructor for numerous organizations, including the U.S. Department of Justice, the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, and the International Association of Coroners & Medical Examiners. Her television appearances include National Geographic's Buried Secrets, Discovery Health's Skeleton Stories, The New Detectives, and Forensic Files. Her book Death: Corpses, Cadavers, and Other Grave Matters was named one of the top ten summer titles for students by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Her 2012 book, Forensic Identification: Putting a Name and Face on Death, was recently selected as one of the outstanding books of 2012 by the prestigious National Science Teacher's Association.

let's get something clear. i exposed superdave and his total lack of understanding of the case. over at crimeshots. and cynic. and cherokee.

no RDI, not tricia not cherokee not cynic not anyone, has ever studied and familiarized themselves with forensic science. not a single one.

it's simply appalling that tricia heads the most influential forum on jonbenet, yet she has never not once ever familiarized herself with forensic science.  not once in over 2 decades has she ever sat down and studied forensic science. all those idiots liking her post are also culpable.

as stated above, dna is evidence, fiber is evidence, shoeprint is evidence, unsourced items are evidence, expert witness testimony is evidence. they all point to an intruder.

6 handwriting experts examined the originals concluded patsy most likely did not write the ransom note. that is evidence of an intruder.

tricia and cynic superdave and cherokee et al, rather than studying the science of forensic handwriting and linguistics, simply ignores them, claims there is not a scintillia of evidence of an intruder, then promote crackpot fringe like cina wong, whose testimony was already debunked in the Carnes decision.

it's truly appalling.

when kristen lindsey posted a pic of her killing a cat, the cat lovers are outrage.

if you really understand forensic science, the ignorance of tricia superdave cynic et al is even more appalling.

If you only knew the POWER of the Daubert side

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