commentary, The coming paradigm shift in forensic identification science
Evidence | Law
At several points in their comment on our article in Science (1), Rudin & Inman (2, 3) asserted or clearly implied that we had been dishonest in our presentation. In each of those instances Rudin & Inman's charges are groundless, as we demonstrate below.
Had Rudin & Inman examined the actual source [see Fig. 1, right], they would have discovered that the words were indeed those of Moenssens, that they were consistent with the context in which they appeared, that Moenssens was not quoting Zain or anyone else, and that Saks & Koehler had accurately attributed the statement to its author, Andre Moenssens.
Koehler, Jonathan, "Out to Lunch: Saks & koehler Reply to Rudin & Imman's Commentary" (2007). Faculty Working Papers. Paper 143.