another great read about the Braun situation http://www.chadmoriyama.com/2012/02/...-is-important/
also Will Carroll's article was fantastic too. Apparently, Braun and his team were able to replicate the test and show how it was so high
"Carroll’s information is not only relevant, but it’s monumentally important to the argument people are having over whether Braun case was overturned because of the chain of custody or because of doubts involving the actual sample. Carroll’s sources explain quite explicitly that their failure to keep up with the chain of custody caused a failure in the integrity of the sample. Then, not only was the sample’s validity questionable, but they were able to replicate the results and show how it happened. Thus, not only was it a failure in the process, but in the results as well.'