UID's Identified with New Fingerprint Technology

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  1. Gardener1850

    Gardener1850 Timeline Guru (Still Remembering Cupcake)

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    Possibly another case solved with new technology?
    https://patch.com/illinois/joliet/body-found-rural-will-county-idd-georgia-man

    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sh...7-50-St-Jude-ring-Burberry-watch-Jun-17/page2
     
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    Another one I could not find a thread for:
    [h=1]1991 Vacaville missing persons case solved[/h]
    http://www.thereporter.com/article/NG/20170817/NEWS/170819847

    How sad that it took so long to ID him but it is also sort of fascinating that fingerprints solved it. I wish I understood better how this new fingerprint technology worked!
     
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    https://www.thoughtco.com/new-fingerprint-detection-technology-971343
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    [h=3]Color-Changing Florescent Film[/h]
     
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    Another one solved with fingerprint technology:

    http://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2017/sep/30/94-shooting-victim-id-d-as-lr-woman-201/

    Her thread: http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sh...60-in-creek-bed-Feb-94-Cynthia-Robinson/page2
     
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    Another one solved this year with the new FBI fingerprint technology. Though the UP was in NamUs, I don't believe the article give us the name of the MP. He doesn't appear to have been reported missing by his family, they thought he was just traveling.
     
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    Also Charley Project's FB page posted an article about Canada putting a new DNA Database on line next year!
    Wasn't sure where to put this, but wanted to make note of it. This is monumental news, IMHO.
     
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    Awesome. Hope they can crosscheck it with namus one day.
     
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    That's what my hope is.
     
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    This is amazing :-D
     
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    Another one ID'd with this new technology

    WS link
     
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    Sept 13 2019 rbbm.
    Fingerprint Technology Helps Solve Cold Case | Federal Bureau of Investigation
    "After the abduction and sexual assault of a young girl in the small community of Cairnbrook, Pennsylvania, law enforcement searched tirelessly for the perpetrator as the community feared for children’s safety.

    But for nearly two decades, the offender eluded the FBI and the Pennsylvania State Police—until earlier this year.

    After the September 19, 1999 assault, the state police, with FBI assistance, chased down every lead. They pulled over cars that matched the description the victim provided, searched through sex offender registries, and conducted forensic interviews with the victim.


    Despite these efforts, the assailant could not be identified. But when the victim guided police to the exact location of her assault, police found key pieces of evidence, including a paper bag with the offender’s fingerprint."

    "In the years following the crime, the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services Division launched the Next Generation Identification system to enhance its biometric capabilities. Now, the system’s search algorithm can pick up the most minute detail on fingerprint fiction ridges. The new system leads to faster and more accurate results.

    So although no match could be found in 1999, the FBI’s advancements in fingerprint technology helped investigators solve the case after almost 20 years".
     
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    This is off subject but I couldn't find an appropriate thread and I really didn't want to start a new one just to ask does Judy Gifford the recently identified girl have a thread here?
     
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