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Cutting Edge (Crime: Evidence Technology) #191222

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 22, 2000
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(Studio: Kevin Newman) The New York City case in which a man has been charged with rape based solely on DNA evidence noted.

(Albuquerque: James Walker) New technology to help police find physical evidence examined; details given from the Stephanie Murphy murder case in Albuquerque, New Mexico; scenes shown to illustrate how the technology works. [Sandia National Laboratories engineer Colin SMITHPETER - shows how a high- tech camera "lights up" evidence.] [Albuquerque police Det. Nick GONZALES - says this technology does not contaminate the evidence.]

Newman, Kevin;
Walker, James

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