ABC Evening News for Sunday, May 28, 1995
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(Studio: John Cochran) Report introduced.
(Plaquemines Parish, LA: James Walker) The highly subjective science of forensic science examined; details given of the concern about the use of blue light by Dr. Michael West to identify bite marks in cases such as the conviction in Louisiana of Tony Keko for murdering his wife. [WEST - comments.] [Keko's attorney Edward CASTAING, juror Clint WILLIAMS, defense expert Dr. Robert KIRSCHNER, Louisiana attorney John HOLDRICH - offer views on West's evidence in the Keko case.] The recommendation of the American Academy of Forensic Scientists and another board to suspend West noted.
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