Update (13 August 2014)
In the Lindy Chamberlain case a forensic worker, Joy Kuhl, invented a new test for fetal hemoglobin. The defense witnesses were sharply critical of her methods. “On the matter of specificity and testing solution, [Ian] Barker wanted to know whether [Professor Richard] Nairn believed that over two hundred tests, referring to Kuhl's tests, which showed a negative reaction to adult haemoglobin would be sufficient to conclude that the anti-sera was not specific to adult haemoglobin. Nairn answered that it would depend on the test, a bad test is a bad test no matter how many times it is repeated.” Another author quoted Richard Nairn: "Two hundred bad tests are poorer than one good test."