[Full-disclosure] RE: Tools accepted by the courts
le at evidencetechnology.net
Tue Jul 5 16:21:44 BST 2005
Jason, the summary of your position seems to be that every CF witness for
the prosecution should basically testify that, "yes, that image is there but
since it came from the Internet, it's impossible to tell whether it got
there intentionally or not." That's flat wrong. Sometimes you can't tell.
Many times you can indeed. It's done in forensic exams on a routine basis.
As for the "absurdity" of my prediction about more evidence being booted in
the future due to poor forensic technique, I guess we'll see, won't we?
In any event, I'm not sure what all your hostility is about. You seem to
think you have everything figured out, while essentially the entire CF
industry has it all wrong? You continue to talk about some mythical pursuit
of truth as if no one but you has any interest in it, as if the rest of us
are in it for a buck and don't give a rat's boohonkus if poor innocent
people get locked away as long as the check clears. THAT is absurdity on
Craig, thanks for the comments. I concur.
Jerry Hatchett, CCE
Evidence Technology, LLC
Computer Forensics, Forensic Video/Audio, Data Recovery
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