Interesting info about analysis
For those who might want to see what an attorney connected to the Ramsey team really thinks about the validity of handwriting analysis, look at pages 200-201 in Perfect Murder, Perfect Town.
Seems Mr. Tigar has no problem thinking the testimony of experts is a bunch of hooey if it stands to incriminate one of his own. So, couldn't a prosecutor use this back against the RST if they tried to show their client, JR, was excluded from being the note writer?
Such as: Sorry, Mr. Expert hired by JR, your so-called methods of deciding JR should be excluded just wouldn't be 'verifiable' in court, according to a previous determination in another case by Federal Judge Richard Matsch!
We want the truth, but can we handle the truth?