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New York: Opponents of microstamping = Senators who have done their homework

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Currently proposed Microstamping legislation is not the "common sense legislation" NYAGV's Jackie Hilly and other proponents would have you believe. The truth is that three independent studies have reached the same conclusion -- that this sole sourced technology is unreliable and easily defeated by criminals (Ref: Professor George Krivosta, Suffolk County Crime Laboratory in New York -- AFTE Journal; Graduate Student Michael Beddow, Forensic Science Graduate Group -- UC Davis; and National Research Council -- National Academies Press).

Read Original at: The Yonkers Tribune (N.Y.)

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