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MSP’s defective blood tests unable to distinguish between THC and CBD cannabinoids

By Eric L. VanDussen

Michigan State Police Toxicology Unit Supervisor, Geoffrey French, has confirmed that his department’s method for testing THC levels in blood samples is unreliable. French also disclosed that MSP’s Forensic Science Division has been using their faulty THC testing process for over 20 years. Below is an excerpt of an interview this author conducted with French on August 25, 2022:

Eric VanDussen: I was wondering if you could give me any information on […] the MSP Crime Lab not being able to distinguish between THC and CBD in their, in your lab tests?

Geoff French: Yes, sir. I, I’m aware of the situation.

Eric VanDussen: Okay. And is there a memo that I could get from you regarding, that […]?

Geoff French: No, sir. There has been only verbal communication to the Prosecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan that went out this morning. The Forensic Science Division is planning on having a formal written memorandum that will also be sent to the Prosecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan, but that has not been approved through proper channels at Michigan State Police at this particular point in time. And it’s not something that I’m involved in the authoring of.

Eric VanDussen: Okay. So, the legal department, basically, is fly-specking that before it gets distributed?

Geoff French: Yeah, I would say so. Yes, sir. It probably might… I mean, my guess is that it probably will go all the way up to the colonel’s office for approval before that becomes disseminated.

Eric VanDussen: Okay. Do you know how long this problem has been going on?

Geoff French: I do- well, it’s, it’s, it’s quite some time. And we’ve been using the same procedures for many, many years.

Eric VanDussen: So this could have implications on prior convictions, as well as pending cases?

Geoff French: It is possible. Yes, sir.

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Source: https://medium.com/@ericlvandussen/msps-defective-blood-tests-unable-to-distinguish-between-thc-and-cbd-cannabinoids-6880651e8825

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