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But Blackburn has decided to support the bill after working with the Texas Forensic Science Commission, a similar statewide body, on a review of arson cases for potential wrongful convictions.
The former chairman of the Texas Forensic Science Commission has now told CNN that Perry and other Texas officials worked to "squash" the Willingham investigation.
LAST JULY, the Texas Forensic Science Commission found that arson investigators had used flawed science in the trial of Cameron Todd Willingham.
org&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=Tribune%20Feed:%20Main%20Feed A report adopted on Friday by the Texas Forensic Science Commission concludes that the potential reversal of thousands of drug convictions by the Court of Criminal Appeals was due to the incompetence of a Department of Public Safety crime lab employee.
But attorneys with the Innocence Project of Texas, who have been conducting a massive review of arson convictions in Texas, told the Texas Forensic Science Commission at its meeting Friday that the number of cases in which arson investigations may have led to wrongful convictions will turn out to be quite small.
In 2005, the Legislature formed the Texas Forensic Science Commission to investigate complaints about the forensic methods used in criminal cases.
Both Lewis and Blackburn agree that the commission would become "politicized" like the Texas Forensic Science Commission, created by the Legislature in 2005, which became a political flashpoint over the high-profile case of Cameron Todd Willingham.
Chris Connealy: The TT Interview: "The state fire marshal on how he'll implement the changes in a Texas Forensic Science Commission report, ideas for educating fire investigators and ways to bring more experts to the scene when arson occurs.