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Catching a killer: How Tacoma police used genetic genealogy to crack 1986 cold case
On Friday, Tacoma police, the Pierce County Prosecutor's Office, and the mayor of Tacoma announced the arrest of 66-year-old Gary C. Hartman for the rape and murder. They say the break in the case was made possible by genetic genealogy, a tool that has ...
DNA in a genealogy database and a used napkin link suspect to Michella Welch murderThe News Tribune
Michella Welch Killing: DNA in Genealogy Database Leads to Man's Arrest in 1986 Cold CaseYahoo News
Cops: Old-fashioned police work, sophisticated technology solved 32-year-old Tacoma murderQ13 FOX
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DNA testing is offered by genealogy companies to reunite migrant parents and children
The efforts to reunite migrant parents and children separated at the border has been described as chaotic, with no clear system in place. Now, genealogy companies are stepping up to the plate. Since the Department of Justice announced in April that it ...
23andme donating DNA kits to help reunite migrant familiesThe Mercury News
Genealogy site MyHeritage says 92 million user accounts compromisedSTAT
A Member Of Congress Is Asking 23andMe To Help Reunite Kids And Parents At The BorderBuzzFeed News
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