Wed, November 30th, 2011 - 5:49 am - By Gordon Basichis
Apparently, there are flaws in the Texas State Criminal Records System. This is the state-wide criminal search put out by the Department of Public Safety. As many investigators and employers use this both for research and employment screening, one would think these background checks would be accurate and up to date. Not the case.
According to an article on KENS, Channel Five, in San Antonio, there are some alarming discrepancies in the criminal records. One person is listed for post possession, but in fact he is a convicted murder. That’s a big distinction, even if you are among those who still believes marijuana is the work of the Devil.
Another convicted murderer was sentenced to death. His conviction is not listed in the database. A third convicted murder assaulted and killed a seven year old girl. He is scheduled for execution, shortly. But his name and murder conviction is not in the database.
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