The claim that a suspect's teeth can be matched to a mark on a body is junk forensic science, but it still put innocent people in jail.
"Am I my liver, my stomach, my kidney? All these things still work when I am dead."
The Texas Forensic Science Commission has recommended a moratorium on bite-mark analysis until further research can establish whether it's actually reliable.
I talked with Dr. Daniel Wescott, director of the Texas State Forensic Anthropology Center, about how bodies decompose in the wild and what our bones say about us.