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We're told that investigators used cutting edge technology to examine the evidence that Casey Anthony case.
And the prosecutors presented a parade of forensic experts over the past few weeks you've seen many up -- but some analysts say that science.
Is not science at all but junk science meeting it hasn't been proved to the degree that it's allowed in court and they say Casey Anthony's defense team.
Will be sure to point that out with us now -- noted that doctor Michael -- -- board certified forensic pathologist Fox News contributor and one time.
Much involved in the case against OJ Simpson back in the day.
Junk science explain to me what what the concerns are here and in what why this might not be admissible if he usually -- -- trooper in the courtroom situation refers.
To science that has not been validated or confirmed by others except for the person proposing it.
That's with his sniffer voters -- from machine that's never been.
Confirmed by other people the only time he -- it was when they try to dig up bodies.
And Charlie Manson's ranch and -- trying to be apt to be a big flop.
That kind of -- We have the polygraph.
The polygraphs for a hundred years and it's not -- -- into court.
But the -- the the voters sniffer which has not improved any place this -- -- -- and that's the one where they talked about the -- in the trunk of the car -- human decomposition right where the defense tried to claim that Casey -- thought about it -- -- pizza but even had a better one that he announced in the FBI agent who is looking for fingerprints said -- -- -- -- heart shaped.
And a pattern on the duct tape.
And she went to get a camera to photograph it -- it disappeared.
And this apparition this ghostly apparition.
Was allowed in by the judge very inflammatory I'm sure the -- the jurors -- very much.
Concerned about that evidence could she had a heart in this in the hearts and Caylee Anthony's.
But that would never be allowed in that normally as as science -- With -- talked a lot in the defense has talked a lot today about blood evidence really a lack of blood -- -- doctor Baden I.
Is is there something about that we're dealing here with a body that had decomposed to the point where they can't -- determine.
The cause of death what was the time of death should there be a bit of bodily fluids to there'd be what are they trying to say well -- In certain murders like -- -- shootings in baseball -- injuries they'll be blood coming out of the body.
In in drowning there isn't and suffocation there isn't so the baby is suffocated or -- You wouldn't necessarily get blood but once the body starts to decompose.
Then you get.
Decomposition fluids is not blood but it that does contain DNA -- The kinds of DNA things and chemical things look for in blood.
They began the case the defense did with the forensics of all of this a surprise even anyway and if so or or not -- No way it doesn't surprise me because I think the weakest.
The the strongest part of that is the prosecution case is her behavior -- before and after with the truck after the trial.
-- -- itself the said the lying but the science they put on I think.
I think Greta pointed out -- the -- our programs that when Cindy Adams said I smelled the dead body.
That was powerful all the evidence they put in scientific to back it up I think -- just -- in that case and I think is brought up.
Issues about a ripe for appeal judge Scalia.
And then in the United States Supreme Court.
Referred to as.
To the national Cantonese sciences report criticizing forensic science in the FBI idea here live in particular.
And -- Perry wouldn't allowed -- is being of any value.
Jets goalie would have a field day if there's ever came up but appeal.
Michael Baden doctor Michael Baden forensic pathologist and Fox's contributor doctor good -- you that you.
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