Experts say law enforcement’s use of cellphone records can be inaccurate – The Washington Post
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Due to the junk science that the state introduced, defense attorney Aaron Romano said, it called into question the other witnesses against him. His client was acquitted. In a 2009 murder case in Ocala, Fla., prosecutors tried to use cellphone records to show the defendant was near the crime scene. We were just able to take on the science behind it, public defender Nicole Hardin said. You could be standing on one street and be picked up by a tower not in that radius or footprint.
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And 2008 article by New York Magazine entitled The Emir of NYU reported that NYU president John Sexton has been promised a blank check to duplicate his university on a desert island in Abu Dhabi, leaving both campuses flush with petrodollars. This blank check is being used to expand the NYU campus in New York City by 6 million square feet by 2031. This NYU 2031 plan is hotly protested by 11 community groups with petitions and lawsuits.
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