Dr. Christopher Nulf, Ph.D., a former analyst with the Southwestern Institute of Forensic Sciences in Dallas, alleges that Mr. Bradley, while chair of the FSC, failed to notify his fellow committee members of any potential conflicts of interest and that he made false statements to the public.
Click here for the ethics complaint filed with the State Bar.
Click here for the Dr. Nulf's letter to the Travis County DA.Under Mr. Bradley's stewardship of the FSC, Dr. Nulf filed a complaint about the many problems he observed at the SWIFS facility. The Committee failed to conduct its own investigation into the allegations - choosing, instead, to allow ASCLD/LAB (American Society of Crime Lab Directors), the body that "accredits" crime labs, to conduct a series of telephone interviews with directors of SWIFS. He also allowed committee members who had conducted business with ASCLD or Dallas County (SWIFS), or who had entered into contracts with them, to vote and take part in commission discussions regarding Dr. Nulf's allegations.
More disturbing is the fact that these problems were occurring right under the nose of the organization that provide accreditation to the crime lab. The problems in Dallas, and the recent revelation that there have been problems in the DPS Crime Lab in Houston raise questions about just how thorough an audit ASCLD performs. We won't even mention the fact that the crime labs pay ASCLD for their
Nope. No problems here.