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Senn at Presidential Committee

Once again Dr David Senn, who reminds us that he is not in the ABFO leadership and yet he is always popping up representing and advocating for bitemarks, is defending bitemarks in a curious twist that presents the evidence as a major source of securing innocence? First at NAS, then …

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Senn on NPR

Click above or on the play button below to hear yet another interview with David Senn as he is rolled out to defend bitemarks.  This interview of NPR is in response to the Steven Chaney case: It really is quite soporific to listen to, but it does present one of …

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The use of tooth crown measurements in the assessment of ancestry.

As the hardest tissue in the body, teeth have the potential to offer a wealth of biological information to the forensic anthropologist, which can include the assessment of ancestry. Using a large data set of dental measurements, the efficacy of mesiodistal and buccolingual tooth dimensions to discriminate between broad, geographically …

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