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Using DNA to Sketch What Victims Look Like; Some Call It Science Fiction

Using DNA to Sketch What Victims Look Like; Some Call It Science Fiction

Chief Patrick Conry, second from right, defended the Police Department’s use of a technique that predicts unidentifiable victim’s appearances from DNA. “Once we identify the deceased, it’d go a long
DNA Leads to Suspect Decades After Killing of April Tinsley, 8

DNA Leads to Suspect Decades After Killing of April Tinsley, 8

With help from a DNA site and a genealogist, the police in Fort Wayne, Ind., arrested a man they say confessed to abducting and killing April Tinsley in April 1988.
Decades After Killing of April Tinsley, 8, DNA Leads to Suspect

Decades After Killing of April Tinsley, 8, DNA Leads to Suspect

With help from a DNA site and a genealogist, the police in Fort Wayne, Ind., arrested a man they say confessed to abducting and killing April Tinsley in April 1988.
DNA Is Solving Dozens of Cold Cases. Sometimes It’s Too Late for Justice.

DNA Is Solving Dozens of Cold Cases. Sometimes It’s Too Late for Justice.

The 1973 killings of Linda and Clifford Bernhardt in Billings, Mont., had vexed investigators for decades.
DNA Is Solving Dozens of Cold Cases. Sometimes It’s Too Late for Justice.

DNA Is Solving Dozens of Cold Cases. Sometimes It’s Too Late for Justice.

The 1973 killings of Linda and Clifford Bernhardt in Billings, Mont., had vexed investigators for decades.
DNA Is Solving Dozens of Cold Cases. Sometimes It’s Too Late for Justice.

DNA Is Solving Dozens of Cold Cases. Sometimes It’s Too Late for Justice.

The 1973 killings of Linda and Clifford Bernhardt in Billings, Mont., had vexed investigators for decades.
Sooner or Later Your Cousin’s DNA Is Going to Solve a Murder

Sooner or Later Your Cousin’s DNA Is Going to Solve a Murder

Dr. Barbara Rae-Venter, a genetic genealogist and retired patent attorney, helped identify a suspect in the Golden State Killer case using DNA that the authorities had shared with the genealogical
Sooner or Later Your Cousin’s DNA Is Going to Solve a Murder

Sooner or Later Your Cousin’s DNA Is Going to Solve a Murder

Dr. Barbara Rae-Venter, a genetic genealogist and retired patent attorney, helped identify a suspect in the Golden State Killer case using DNA that the authorities had shared with the genealogical
Sooner or Later Your Cousin’s DNA Is Going to Solve a Murder

Sooner or Later Your Cousin’s DNA Is Going to Solve a Murder

Dr. Barbara Rae-Venter, a genetic genealogist and retired patent attorney, helped identify a suspect in the Golden State Killer case using DNA that the authorities had shared with the genealogical
Sooner or Later Your Cousin’s DNA Is Going to Solve a Murder

Sooner or Later Your Cousin’s DNA Is Going to Solve a Murder

Dr. Barbara Rae-Venter, a genetic genealogist and retired patent attorney, helped identify a suspect in the Golden State Killer case using DNA that the authorities had shared with the genealogical
Sooner or Later Your Cousin’s DNA Is Going to Solve a Murder

Sooner or Later Your Cousin’s DNA Is Going to Solve a Murder

Dr. Barbara Rae-Venter, a genetic genealogist and retired patent attorney, helped identify a suspect in the Golden State Killer case using DNA that the authorities had shared with the genealogical
Genealogy Sites Have Helped Identify Suspects. Now They’ve Helped Convict One.

Genealogy Sites Have Helped Identify Suspects. Now They’ve Helped Convict One.

A new forensic technique sailed through its first test in court, leading to a guilty verdict. But beyond the courtroom, a battle over privacy is intensifying.
Genealogy Sites Have Helped Identify Suspects. Now They’ve Helped Convict One.

Genealogy Sites Have Helped Identify Suspects. Now They’ve Helped Convict One.

A new forensic technique sailed through its first test in court, leading to a guilty verdict. But beyond the courtroom, a battle over privacy is intensifying.
Genealogy Sites Have Helped Identify Suspects. Now They’ve Helped Convict One.

Genealogy Sites Have Helped Identify Suspects. Now They’ve Helped Convict One.

A new forensic technique sailed through its first test in court, leading to a guilty verdict. But beyond the courtroom, a battle over privacy is intensifying.
Genealogy Sites Have Helped Identify Suspects. Now They’ve Helped Convict One.

Genealogy Sites Have Helped Identify Suspects. Now They’ve Helped Convict One.

A new forensic technique sailed through its first test in court, leading to a guilty verdict. But beyond the courtroom, a battle over privacy is intensifying.