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Bibliography: False Conviction of Former Cop
In this article, my eyes have noticed that former Baltimore police sergeant James A. Kulbicki was accused of first-degree murder of his 22-year-old girlfriend. He was accused in 1995, and was sentenced to life in prison. Up until this current year, lab research has been tested to see if Kulbicki actually committed this crime. Over and over again, the results were in favor of Kulbicki. According to the article, Clifford Spiegelman, a statistician at Texas A&M University who served on the 2004 National Academy of Sciences panel that sharply criticized the FBI's bullet-lead technique, was asked by the defense to review the case. "What we're seeing is too many instances in which FBI or other prosecution scientists are simply doing what it takes to 'get their man,' " he said. This was submitted publicly and is known world wide to be true; therefore proving that the justice system is a fraud.