Last week we wrote about how the SBI's policy and practice of reporting blood tests in the 1990s differed from the policy and practices of other states and the FBI. The story relied on a June memo from Michael Wolf, one of two former assistant directors of the FBI who audited the FBI's serology section. The Wolf memo can be found below for your reading pleasure.
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About the bloggerJoe Neff came to The N&O in 1992 and has covered prisons, police, courts and the legislature. His most recent major work was "Prognosis: Profits" a five-part series about the clout and profitability of North Carolina's non-profit hospital industry. Joseph Neff is an investigative reporter who joined The News & Observer in 1992. His reporting helped lead to the conviction of former Agriculture Commissioner Meg Scott Phipps and the exoneration of former death row inmate Alan Gell. Neff worked on Agents' Secrets, a four-part investigation into the N.C. State Bureau of Investigation. He has also written articles on Blackwater, the V-22 Osprey, Mike Nifong’s misconduct and “Losing Track,” a three-part series showing trouble in the state’s probation system. Neff is a graduate of Northwestern and Columbia universities. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.