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The Private Option

When investigations are conducted in public, it is difficult to protect them from outside influences, says Forensic Science Commission Chairman John Bradley. His suggestion? Private meetings for a panel that's in the public spotlight.

When investigations are conducted in public, it is difficult to protect them from outside influences, says Forensic Science Commission Chairman John Bradley. His suggestion? Private meetings for a panel that's in the public spotlight.

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