(Original post by Douglas)
But you agreed with Mr. Farian on the need for a national DNA database. DNA evidence is forensic, as is Scott Peterson's concrete anchors and little threads of laci's hair.......No?
No, I said it would probably help. That doesn't mean I approve of actually implementing one. The evidence in Peterson's case wasn't exactly incriminating, though. When you look at the overall evidence picture, I do not believe that there was enough to convict him of the charges.
BTW, to you figure Scott was innocent??
What, personally? I doubt it, but personal opinion has nothing to do with the courts. The important thing is that the evidence against him was not substantial enough to convict him of murdering his wife, IMO.