Rethinking bodies and their secrets

  • Article by: MICHAEL GRACZYK , Associated Press
  • Updated: March 24, 2012 - 7:22 PM

For more than five weeks, a body lay undisturbed in a secluded Texas field. Then a frenzied flock of vultures descended on the corpse and reduced it to a skeleton within hours. But this is not a crime scene.

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davehougMar. 25, 12 8:46 PM

so THAT'S how well-meaning prosecutors put someone behind bars who only knows he didn't murder.

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u4775Mar. 26, 12 7:06 AM

People these days are enamored with forensic evidence. But as time goes by, it becomes more and more clear that some of it is based on a lot of assumptions that have never been tested to see if they are really true.

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jeannie184Mar. 26, 12 8:21 AM

Wow.. and here I've been thinking these people were smart all along! Obviously they have had no common sense! It's hard to fathom the stupidity in their thinking, here it's 2012 and they are just now finding out vultures eat remains?! WOW. Unbelievable.. makes me rethink all of what these so called experts tell us.

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