One-Eyed-Jack posted this at jameson's:- I think this is perhaps aimed at me and quite frankly, I consider it to be an extraordinary statement. OEJ seems to think that the fact Doberson hasn't been hired as a medical expert by Taser makes him MORE of an expert!! Does that mean that if John West (fish processors) offer me a job as a consultant because of my long history of expertise in fish biogenetics ... then I will cease to become an expert in my field???? I consider Stratbucker to be more of an expert on stunguns because of his extensive research on the subject spanning three decades. I spent some time researching the work he has done on stunguns and was amazed to discover papers written on experiments which he had conducted as far back as the 1980s. He has conducted many experiments with stunguns - involving human guinea pigs (not just pigs) and he is an expert witness on stunguns in many states. He was studying stunguns DECADES before Doberson. He was hired byTaser BECAUSE of his expertise. His association with Taser doesn't nullify his expertise. The FACT is that Doberson didn't recognise real stungun marks when he performed the original autopsy on Gerald Boggs. The RST don't like this fact and conveniently forget it or omit it. Since his embarrassing Boggs faux pas, Doberson has done research on stunguns and has himself become recognised as something of an expert on stunguns ... but he has nowhere near the level of experience as Stratbucker on the subject. Another fact is that Stratbucker didn't even have a conflict of interest as OEJ claims, because Taser wasn't being held responsible in any way. Lou Smit originally claimed that he thought the marks on JonBenet were made by a Taser - but then he backtracked and said that Taser was only the "closest". Even if a stungun had been used (and that has certainly NOT been proven) - it wasn't the fault of Taser. Statbucker makes a good living from being an expert witness. Neither he nor Taser had anything to lose if he had agreed that the marks had been made by a stungun but he had everything to lose if he had been proved wrong. Both Stratbucker and Werner Spitz said that the marks did not resemble stungun marks. I choose my experts based upon their level of experience and track record - NOT because they are saying what I want to hear. Doberson's track record on the subject of stunguns is flawed... FACT.