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Lawrence evidence contamination 'practically impossible'

A forensic scientist who reviewed the entire Stephen Lawrence murder case has told jurors that she found "no realistic possibility" of evidence being contaminated.

Lawyers for Gary Dobson and David Norris have argued that contamination could account for the fragments of Stephen Lawrence's blood, hair and fibres found on their clients' garments.

Philippa Thomas reports from the Old Bailey.

  • 08 Dec 2011
  • From the section UK
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