The Next Witness for the Prosecution Could Be Your Brain

Earlier this year, an Indian court convicted Aditi Sharma of murdering her fiancé » 10/17/08 2:20pm 10/17/08 2:20pm. Although she maintains her innocence, Sharma was convicted based on a brain electrical oscillation signatures test, which the prosecution claimed proved that she possessed experiential knowledge of the crime. Now some individuals are…

Indian Court Accepts Brain Scans as Evidence of Murder

When 24 year-old Aditi Sharma was tried for the murder of her former fiance, her brain was the chief witness for the prosecution. Sharma had submitted to the highly controversial Brain Electrical Oscillations Signature test (BEOS), now employed by prosecutors in the Indian states of Maharashta and Gujarat. Going beyond … » 9/15/08 12:15pm 9/15/08 12:15pm