Attorney John B. Wells represents a former Navy lieutenant, who was exonerated following the discovery of errors committed by U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory analyst Phillip Mills.
Attorney John B. Wells represents a former Navy lieutenant, who was exonerated following the discovery of errors committed by U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory analyst Phillip Mills.
Attorney John B. Wells represents a former Navy lieutenant, who was exonerated following the discovery of errors committed by U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory analyst Phillip Mills.

Army slow to act as crime-lab worker falsified, botched tests

March 20, 2011 12:01 AM

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