Police debate use of family DNA to ID suspects
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#1 Feb 9, 2010
This is horrible! It sounds goodl catching criminals and all, but the ramifications are chilling. Many law abiding families have a member or two who may be invivled in criminal activitie, it doesn't mean the whole family. We know of dna being used to exoneratel we are alo hearing of dna being planted. there are always those, both on the criminal side and law enforcement side who will play dirty. This also gives more opportunity for employers and insurance companie to discriminate against people based on dna testing.
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