Danusha Goska, in a comment posted on the Holy Shroud Guild Facebook page, weighs in on the possibility of sabotage or error in the 1988 carbon dating.
April 25 at 4:47pm
I have to ask … to what extent does anyone talk about falsification or simple error in the 1988 carbon dating? In other words, to what extent do people interested in the Shroud discuss whether or not it is possible that someone sabotaged that test, or that the labs tested the wrong cloth, accidentally or on purpose?
For myself, sabotage or error strike me as entirely plausible, but I wonder to what extent others mention it.
Ian Wilson treats this thought as if it were taboo, but Thomas de Wesselow acknowledges that it is possible.