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06 June 2012

Credit Where Credit's Due

My position on the original media coverage of the find is similar and can be found here.

Regarding the paper by
Nuzzolese and Borrini: "Forensic Approach to an Archaeological Casework of “Vampire” Skeletal Remains in Venice: Odontological and Anthropological Prospectus" in the Journal of Forensic Sciences (Volume 55, Issue 6, pages 1634–1637, November 2010), the authors copied word for word their introduction from my published paper "Vampires Beyond Legend: A Bioarchaeological Approach" without the peer reviewers noticing. After long correspondence with the journal's editor, the authors issued an Erratum (Journal of Forensic Sciences, Volume 56, Issue 2, page 568, March 2011) adding a citation to my work. See: