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Omaha CSI Director Faces Federal Charges

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    Omaha CSI Director Faces Federal Charges The commander of the Douglas County crime scene investigations unit in Omaha, Nebraska, is now facing federal and
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 30, 2009
      Omaha CSI Director Faces Federal Charges

      The commander of the Douglas County crime scene investigations unit in
      Omaha, Nebraska, is now facing federal and state charges following accusations
      that he planted evidence in a double-murder case. David Kofoed has been
      commander of the CSI unit since 2000, and worked as a crime lab specialist
      for the Omaha Police Department from 1990 to 2000.

      Lawyers for Nicholas Livers and Matthew Sampson, who were initially charged
      in the deaths of Wayne Stock and his wife, have filed lawsuits accusing
      law enforcement of trying to cover up a botched investigation.

      They allege that Kofoed planted Stock's blood in a car to implicate them in
      the murders.

      To read the full text, go to _www.kptm.com/Global/story.asp?S=10236358_
      (http://www.kptm.com/Global/story.asp?S=10236358)

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