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Washington / Murder Cases / DNA Crime Solving #1126456

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 23, 2018
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Murder charges in Tacoma, Washington, against Gary Hartman for the 1986 murder of a 12-year-old girl reported.

(No location given: Joe Fryer) The use of DNA & genealogy technology to solve a murder 31 years ago with William Talbott‡ arrested examined; about genetic genealogy & how it was used in the Talbott cold case. [Snohomish County sheriff's office Jim SCHARF†- backs genetic genealogy.] [Parabon Nanolabs Ellen GREYTAK†, genetic genealogist C.C. MOORE‡- talk about the research.]

Snow, Kate;
Fryer, Joe

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