Crime and Punishment: The Blog

August 21, 2007

One way to end a brilliant career…

Filed under: Uncategorized — sdkramer76 @ 7:47 pm

Ann Chamberlain thought her husband was cheating on her, and rather than asking him, accusing him or anything normal like that, Mrs. Chamberlain instead chose to use her job skills to investigate further.  Ann Chamberlain is or was, rather a Forensic Scientist for the Michigan State Crime Lab.

She said she used outdated materials to run the DNA tests.  Those materials, according to Mrs. Chamberlain were set to be thrown out.

My question?  Is this what the hold up is for the MSP Crime Lab on DNA?  It takes on average of six months to procure those results for any criminal case.  I just wonder how long she had to wait for her results?

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1 Comment »

  1. Frankly it is about time that the silent back-scratching, cover-ups, and abuse of policy at the MSP gets brought to front and center. Ms Chamberlain may be the first to get fired for it, but hopefully a clear message will be sent to all others who are just as guilty of doing the same or similar things. Just because you work for law enforcement you should not be above the law.

    Comment by innocent bystander — August 22, 2007 @ 2:06 pm | Reply


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