FBI lab’s new woes: lead bullets, DNA

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Documents obtained by The Associated Press show the Federal Bureau of Investigation's laboratory, which was reformed after a mid-1990s scandal over bad science, faces new problems that have opened its work on lead bullets and DNA analysis to challenges by defense lawyers. Among incidents: * FBI scientist Kathleen Lundy admitted giving false testimony about lead bullet analysis in a Kentucky case; * An FBI lab technician resigned while under investigation for alleged improper testing of more than 100 DNA samples; the lab is now reviewing samples she placed into the FBI national database of DNA evidence; * The Houston police . . .

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