Thursday, January 28, 2016

'Making a Murderer' series: Part 6: 'Avery's blood could still be 'game changer'; "(Defence attorney Jerome) Buting said he has received emails from scientists across the world about improvements in the science for chemical detection and ideas about other kinds of tests that could be just as useful — or maybe more so — than an EDTA test. He declined to go into detail, saying he has not researched the ideas or whether they would work in this case. That decision would be up to Avery’s new appeal attorneys, anyway. Wouters’ lab doesn’t usually work with bodily fluids, but he said he wouldn’t be surprised if techniques have become more exact over time. “Science marches on,” he said."USA Today Network.

STORY:  'Avery's blood could still be 'game changer,'  by Duke Behnke and Alison Dirr, published by the USA Today Network, on January 22, 2016.

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