Wednesday, October 9, 2013

David Camm; Trial proceedings: Wednesday October 9, 2013. Prosecutors are cross-examining Richard Eikelenboom (the defence expert who has testified that "Touch DNA" connects Charles Boney to the murders) as to his credentials. The Courier-Journal;

STORY: "David Camm prosecution questions forensic scientist over credentials," by reporter Charlie White, published by the Courier-Journal on October 9, 2013. (Check the link below for updates to this story);

GIST: "Cross-examination Wednesday of a Dutch forensic scientist in the murder trial of David Camm focused largely on his credentials as the prosecution challenged him a day after he testified that evidence suggests Charles Boney touched Kim Camm's sweater and panties.   Richard Eikelenboom, who owns Netherlands-based Independent Forensic Services with his wife Selma, said his company continues seeking accreditation of its American lab, a garage next to their Colorado house they began converting in 2010.Their Netherlands lab, a converted barn on their farm, is accredited by the organization that oversees European labs, he said. Eikelenboom worked at the Dutch national lab for 15 years before joining his wife’s company. The Eikelenbooms currently have three full-time employees overseas. Eikelenboom, who has also testified in other high-profile cases such as the defense of Casey Anthony, said another DNA expert working in their Netherlands lab tested evidence samples from the Camm case before he reviewed them. There have been about five people working on the Camm case the last few weeks, he added."

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