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Response: questions of science, law and ethics

Amar Jesani

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2007.004


Abstract

My editorial criticised forensic scientists, medical professionals and behavioural scientists who are involved in police interrogation techniques that use scientifically questionable methods and technologies. I sent a copy of my editorial to the director of the Bangalore Forensic Science Laboratories (BFSL) and to some other forensic doctors and experts, asking for their comments. The responses by Dr BM Mohan and Dr Jagadeesh N are much appreciated as there is a need for public discussion of this subject.

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