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Monday, October 1, 2007

 
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Breaking NEWz you can UzE...
compiled by Jon Stimac

Lord Advocate 'tried to protect her predecessor' in McKie Inquiry SCOTSMAN, UK - Sept 30, 2007 ...Advocate lobbied to protect her predecessor from scrutiny in the forthcoming public inquiry into the McKie fingerprint scandal...

Fingerprinted & Fined: 10-Year Old Used Crayon on Wall DAILY EXPRESS, UK - Sept 29, 2007 ...fingerprinted by the police and fined 40 after marking a neighbor's wall...

Mayfield Ruling Echoes Throughout Blogosphere  OREGONIAN, OR - Sept 27, 2007 ...federal judge's rejection of a key portion of the USA Patriot Act is reverberating...

Lawyer Cites Conflict: Expert Wrote Warrant, Helped Convict ROCKY MTN. NEWS, CO - Sept 26, 2007  ...prosecution expert whose testimony helped convict man of murder helped write the arrest warrant in the case...

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Nigerian fingerprint scam???
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Interesting Patterns
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Updated the Fingerprint Interest Group web page with FIG # 15.

Updated the Detail Archives.


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Last week

we looked at a hypothetical conversation between examiners.

This week

we take a look at a Power Point presentation from Amanda Atkins, a CLPE at the U.S. Army Crime Laboratory in Georgia.  After examining were shown suitable latent prints processed on multiple dark substrates with different techniques, examiners ranked Acid Yellow as developing the "Best" clarity and contrast.  For details, access the link below, save to your hard-drive, and as you open the presentation, click "Read Only" on the "Password" window:

http://www.clpex.com/Information/Atkins-USACIL-BloodyLatentsOnDarkSurfaces.ppt


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