What role will genetic genealogy play in solving cold cases?

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Sean Sparling, president of the Investigative Solutions Network, explains the implications of genetic genealogy and its future in policing.

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9 Comments on "What role will genetic genealogy play in solving cold cases?"

  1. Sell technology 🤥👺👹. Why all of the sudden 🤷🏽‍♂️. Psycho babble 👀🦻🏻👂🏿. Funny how you brought up Pall Bernardo when The Niagara peninsula suffered because of the cops decisions. 😭😭😭

  2. that goodness there lawyers like jame lockyer

  3. No more secrets…

  4. Anyone who kills a Child….needs to be dealt with in the harshest terms ! 🇨🇦🇨🇦🇺🇸🇺🇸

    • I agree… What about here in Québec where they have taken control over schools and transformed them into bolchevic schools? Traumas for childs ….. What if covid isnt exactly as bad as medias pretend it is… What should we do to those who knew covid was a global powergrab?

  5. DNA results from a dead suspect : conclusive.
    DNA results from a living suspect’s lawyer : not conclusive

  6. Worthless since colds stopped existing in december 2019…. From sniffles to jumping without a parachute is COVID..

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