Thursday, July 21, 2016

Sidestepping The Law?

A well written and hard- hitting letter to the editor in the Willits News discusses evidence commonly used against many of us by police and prosecutors nowadays: "The American public tend to believe that drug sniffing dogs, DNA evidence, fingerprints, hair sample comparisons and the testimony of a police officer are highly accurate forms of evidence used to establish the guilt of someone accused of a crime. Wrong."


At 11:15 AM, Blogger Rick Wentworth said...

its not all cut and dry like you see on NCIS or cop shows on TV
one time in 95 i was ripped off when i was away on 4th of july and they took my 100 piece knife collection , collectors coins and a couple guns . clearlake cop came within a couple minutes of calling them and even though you could clearly see entry and exit areas of my house they didnt even try finger prints . i asked and they said i would have to pay for it and stay out of the house till santa rosa police could get there in a few days .
and of coarse my insurance didnt pay up cause i had no receipts for buying them . guns were hand me downs from dad and 2 were almost 150 years old


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