Science & Justice

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Science & Justice  
DisciplineForensics
LanguageEnglish
Edited byL. Barron
Publication details
Former name(s)
Journal of the Forensic Science Society
History1960–present
Publisher
FrequencyQuarterly
0.966 (2010)
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Sci. Justice
Indexing
CODENSJUSFE
ISSN1355-0306
OCLC no.180164310
Journal of the Forensic Science Society
ISSN0015-7368
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Science & Justice is a peer-reviewed scientific journal of forensics published by Elsevier on behalf of the Forensic Science Society and the International Society for Forensic Genetics. The journal was established in 1960 as the Journal of the Forensic Science Society and obtained its current name in 1995.

One notable article was an analysis of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, which disputed the conclusion of the 1982 United States National Academy of Sciences report that the House Select Committee on Assassinations finding of a fourth shot in acoustical evidence was incorrect.[1] A later article re-analyzed the acoustic synchronization evidence, rebutting this argument as well as correcting errors in the 1982 report, while supporting its finding that the sounds alleged to be gunshots occurred about a minute after the assassination. Followup Science & Justice articles have been published, too.[2][3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thomas, D. B. (2001). "Echo correlation analysis and the acoustic evidence in the Kennedy assassination revisited". Science & Justice. 41 (1): 21–32. doi:10.1016/S1355-0306(01)71845-X. PMID 11215295.
  2. ^ Linsker R; Garwin RL; Chernoff H; Horowitz P; Ramsey NF (2005). "Synchronization of the acoustic evidence in the assassination of President Kennedy". Sci. Justice. 45 (4): 207–26. doi:10.1016/S1355-0306(05)71668-3. PMID 16686272.
  3. ^ Thomson, D.B. "Correspondence received in relation to Linsker R, Garwin RL, Chernoff H, Horowitz P and Ramsey NF.Synchronization of the acoustic evidence in the assassinationof President Kennedy. Science & Justice 45: 207-226. 2005" (PDF). www.fas.org. Archived from the original on 16 August 2013.
  4. ^ Linsker, R.; Garwin, R.L.; Chernoff, H.; Ramsey, N.F. "Acoustic synchronization: Rebuttal of Thomas' reply to Linsker et al" (PDF). www.fas.org. Archived from the original on 16 August 2013.

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