10-29-2010, 09:27 PM #1
OK OSBI starts new program to identify remains
OKLAHOMA CITY -- The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation announced Friday it had created an Unidentified Remains Unit; a new program to help identify human remains found across the state.
The OSBI revealed details about the program during news conferences at its headquarters in Oklahoma City and its office in Tulsa. State and local law enforcement agencies have agreed to team up to initiate the program.
It's designed to help identify more than 200 sets of remains found across the state. Many of the remains were skeletal and discovered during the last several decades.
Very interesting and much needed.God has a plan to help bring justice to the world -- and his plan is us.
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10-29-2010, 11:47 PM #2Registered User
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I am glad that they are doing something. One would think after about 30-40 they would have collected DNA . 200 wow. Really that would fill some hotels.
I am happy that they decided to jump on board with the whole DNA thing, maybe they thought it was a phase?
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