I was looking him up in court cases. More than one lawyer questioned his inflated credentials but he’s an forensic expert for hire; that’s his whole business; being paid to testify in cases and give the expert opinion that was paid for. He’s been doing since 2005 or so that I can see. In 2004 he sued his boss in the govt for disability and discrimination; not sure if he won or not, didn’t care to look that deeply. He did a lot of cp cases during that time period; sometimes he was paid to testify that the data was legit, other times I saw cases where he was paid to poke holes in the data collection methods of the prosecution because he was hired to work for the defense. [one case I saw he was really stretching in trying to make a detective’s case against a cp holder look questionable – such things as checking time zones, or “did you use the NIST verified method of…” and other obscurities. I _think_ the judge might have agreed to throw out his testimony or maybe he allowed it – I don’t remember as I was skimming through but I could find it. All in all, he’s doing what he’s hired to do as that’s what expert witnesses do: They’re paid to give strength to an existing opinion. This is different – very different – from an unbiased analysis.

I was looking him up in court cases. More than one lawyer questioned his inflated credentials but he’s an forensic expert for hire; that’s his whole business; being paid to testify in cases and give the expert opinion that was paid for.
He’s been doing since 2005 or so that I can see. In 2004 he sued his boss in the govt for disability and discrimination; not sure if he won or not, didn’t care to look that deeply.
He did a lot of cp cases during that time period; sometimes he was paid to testify that the data was legit, other times I saw cases where he was paid to poke holes in the data collection methods of the prosecution because he was hired to work for the defense. [one case I saw he was really stretching in trying to make a detective’s case against a cp holder look questionable – such things as checking time zones, or “did you use the NIST verified method of…” and other obscurities.
I _think_ the judge might have agreed to throw out his testimony or maybe he allowed it – I don’t remember as I was skimming through but I could find it.
All in all, he’s doing what he’s hired to do as that’s what expert witnesses do: They’re paid to give strength to an existing opinion.
This is different – very different – from an unbiased analysis.

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