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Criminal inquiry launched into forensics firm over data manipulation

Almost 500 cases are being reviewed as part of the investigation amid fears people may have been wrongly convicted.

RTS says it has dealt with the situation in an 'appropriate' manner

RTS says it has dealt with the situation in an 'appropriate' manner

Date - 20th February 2017
By - Press Association and John Toner
People could have been wrongly convicted following allegations of "data manipulation" at a forensics lab, a chief constable has warned. The head of the Dorset force, Debbie Simpson, said 484 cases were being reviewed after a criminal...
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