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Topic - Raymond J. Davis
The District's $220 million state-of-the-art forensics laboratory opened in October with great fanfare, but photographs of the lab's evidence room obtained by The Washington Times and a widely distributed email exchange between the commanding officer of its Crime Scene Investigations Division and his employees paint a different picture.
Raymond J. Davis, a former forensic toxicologist with the California Department of Justice with 38 years' experience, said he was appalled by images of bloody clothes drying in the open on sheets of paper placed on floors and countertops.