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InTheKnow100 wrote:This is signed by Ms. Inmate by a POA. Did the Fourth Circuit already spank her for that recently in this very same case?
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Kim wrote:Words fail. Is it possible the 4th is keeping this case alive for the entertainment value?
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Dec 23 15 2:48 AM
Katy0755 wrote:LOL! More lies and BS from the ice pick baby killer (he surrendered his medical licenses? Ah, no...they were revoked. He "risked his own life" saving a patient? Hmm...that's a new fabrication we haven't heard before). Does this guy ever tell the truth about anything?
Dec 23 15 5:59 AM
Quijebo wrote:Katy0755 wrote:LOL! More lies and BS from the ice pick baby killer (he surrendered his medical licenses? Ah, no...they were revoked. He "risked his own life" saving a patient? Hmm...that's a new fabrication we haven't heard before). Does this guy ever tell the truth about anything?
I wondered about that bizarre claim about his medical licenses too. Didn't Mr. Kassab have to write letters to get MacD's medical licenses revoked?
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Kim wrote:I wonder if Brian Murtagh and the rest are slowly banging their heads on their desks.
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chowhow wrote:Is it true about the blood charts? I mean did the jury think the blood charts showed how the crimes happened? Just curious because if they did then they were going on something that wasn't true wouldn't you agree? Maybe I'm missing something here.
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Gwyka wrote:The fact is that blood typing can't determine who blood belongs to. A likelihood can be established, but it is not acceptable to idenify who it came from using typing.
Inmate has had years to raise this issue. The Government thinks that he didn't raise it during his 1997 DNA appeal because of tactical reasons - his counsel knew it would likely come back as the blood of family members, and that wouldn't do him any good and would solidfy the case against him. Whereas a couple of unknown hairs - there was more of a likelihood of unknowns from the testing of hairs at the scene and he has glombed onto those results.
Yes, convicted people could now request DNA testing in cases where it wasn't available, and typing was used. Wasn't that one of the points of the Innocence Protection Act?
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