Boston Police Close Criticized Fingerprint Unit

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The Boston Police Department is closing and revamping its troubled fingerprint unit after it was blamed for a wrongful conviction and a consultant issued a blistering critique, the Boston Globe reports. Police Commissioner Kathleen O’Toole said that the unit, which tries to identify suspects by matching prints found at crime scenes with ones in police
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