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CCTV America: FBI admits to flawed forensics analyses for cases

Published On: April 30th, 2015Categories: FBI Employees, Government Employees, In the News, News


The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) has admitted that at least 90 percent of its microscopic analysis of hair samples in criminal cases was flawed. The cases date prior to the year 2000 when the FBI began using DNA techniques instead. CCTV’s Daniel Ryntjes filed this report from Washington.

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