None of this is to say that we need to toss all the evidence out and start at square one. Nor am I saying that the evidence supporting Wilson's account is totally false. My point is that everyone must realize that forensic science is not absolute like on television.
The public has a right to know the outcome of this investigation. There's a possibility that thousands of people's lives were adversely affected by Megalla's actions, and the absence of any real information after an entire year is suspicious.