Sorry, I m trying to understand what you just replied with. You are saying you know more about crime cases than actual law enforcement? Like some supernatural occurrence of knowledge? This DNA match is indeed straight forward. I don’t think you actually understand how dna works at all. The way the match was made was maybe not the norm but the match cannot and please understand this actual fact...CANNOT be faked or tainted. There is either a match or there isn’t one. It is plain fact. It doesn’t matter how they were led to This suspect the only thing that matters is that this mans DNA matched the dna at the crime scene and in the victims. I think you should study some more on actual dna and the science behind it and you would understand that there is no chance at all that this was someone else’s dna besides the suspect. You mention that poor journalism is where people do not critically examine the facts yet this article you posted is exactly that. There is no factual information in it. It is an opinion article only. That IS poor investigative journalism. I honestly do not mean to come across as harsh but you are making comments on here that are quite arrogant and yet there is zero factual information.