FBI Expert Disputes Key Evidence in Conviction for 2006 Schoolgirl Murder

William Bodziak, an expert in footprints, told Nazareth District Court that not only wasn’t it clear that bloody imprints found on girl's body were footprints of security guard Roman Zadorov, but also that it wasn’t at all clear they are footprints at all.

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A former FBI forensic expert challenged the veracity of a piece of evidence that was crucial in the conviction of a security guard in the 2006 murder of 13-year-old schoolgirl Tair Rada.