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In this technological society objective science is just not possible at many crime scenes.
Hair samples and blood stains and fingerprints and fiber samples and dirt samples and etc. are too numerous at crime scenes to trace back to the offending criminal within a reasonable doubt for conviction.
Evidence can be planted easily by a clever human and the evidence which can be gotten from a crime scene is almost infinite in number so it would take a forensics lab almost forever to go through 100% of the evidence correctly.
In court this theoretically true scientific evidence is used to convict many innocent people since the immorality in this nation and world is present without a just moral code and few humans exist whose reputation is excellent and can be trusted to give truthful eye witness accounts in court.
There have been surveys made by scientists that in the United States on average many people lie about two times a day about a subset.
That is simply unacceptable in society where trust and not lying is the bond which keeps family and close friends and casual relationships stable and makes for peaceful just relationships between humans.
Without some audio and/or visual evidence most court “facts” are merely hearsay and highly biased eye witness accounts with very little objectivity going on.
Add to this the almost infinite molecular evidence at the scene of the crime and you have a frightening picture of uncertainty and doubt which pervades a crime scene.
In the near future if you have an abusive or violent spouse or acquaintance you will have to set up an audio visual camera in your house or use a cell phone with audio visual pickup to record and prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you were violently attacked or abused during a marital relationship or association with a violent acquaintance.
I have included a PopSci article in my blog: Forensic Crime Labs Are A Mess. What Happened?
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