DNA of executed killers sought for solving cold cases

Discussion in 'Missing Archives' started by Winward1, Dec 3, 2012.

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    Interesting article, thanks for posting it Winward1. It's always baffled me why an executed prisoners rights extend past death with regards to DNA in a national database. I'd be very interested in someone explaining if they have the legal knowledge. Maybe a verified lawyer?

    Aside from that, I think it's a great idea which can give many families closure even if the perp can no longer be brought to trial.

    I would love to see this done for Tammy Zywicki's case. I wonder what it would take to get Lonnie Bierbodt's dna into a data base.
     

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