Dog Scent Lineup Gets Wrong Guy, Junk Science?
In Texas, police used a dog scent lineup to get the perp in a murder case. The dogs got it wrong.
According to the dogs, the perp was one of the cops. He was under suspicion for five months. Then, DNA revealed the real murderer who pleaded guilty.
The Innocence Project of Texas calls the practice "junk science that's being used by prosecutors and judges to convict people." The nonprofit group... wants state governments to ban the use of dog-scent lineups. It says an unknown number of people have been wrongly accused or convicted from the dog-scent lineups.
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