I am confused here.
So let me get this straight - the office of the prosecutor ordered the crime lab to tamper with evidence, as to change the evidence to fit the charges they were about to bring against a person?
Um, that's a crime in itself, is it not? Tampering with evidence?
Sort of like adding another dollar to $999 that were stolen to make it $1000 so they could charge you with grand larceny?
Since when is it ok for the prosecution to change a piece of evidence to fit a crime?
Even if they could prove that the defendants changed the evidence after the alleged crime, it doesn't give them the right to change it. Evidence must be preserved in the state it was collected in and must stay that way throughout the custody period. That is why you have a chain of custody. That is why evidence is sealed in bags and boxes, and anyone touching that evidence must sign for it.
But not in St. Louis. Here they can just run roughshod around the law at will.
Does this flawed legal practice sound familiar? It should - it's how they do it in China, North Korea, Russia and the Middle East.
Planting evidence to fit the crime.
The blindfold on the lady of justice must be soaked in tears.
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