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Bloodstain Pattern Evidence: Objective Approaches and Case Applications Hardcover – 17 Aug 2007
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About the Author
Anita Wonder is Founder and Director of the Wonder Institute, a forensic science consulting, training and research association specializing in Bloodstain Pattern Evidence, based in Carmichael, CA. From 1971 to 2005 Ms. Wonder was the Senior Clinical Laboratory Scientist for a large national HMO. She continues to lecture, handle special case studies and testify on the evidence for both prosecution and defense. Anita has testified for both criminal and civil proceedings.
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REVIEW - Bloodstain Pattern Evidence
30 January 2010 - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is a unique find in that it is the only book I've found that goes into some detail into the non-Newtonian properties of blood. The only complaint I have is that there are numerous grammatical errors throughout the book. Otherwise, Anita Wonder's book is a gem.
Janis A. Burkhardt
Calling this Pseudo-science is a compliment
31 July 2012 - Published on Amazon.com
Unbelievable that this "book" is used in cases to decide a defendant's guilt. No wonder (pardon the pun) there are wrongful convictions coming from this sort of legal voodoo. Anybody that relies on such trash should be ashamed.
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