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Australia / Crime / DNA Screening #192007

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 08, 2000
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(London: Mike Lee) DNA testing of the entire male population of the small town of Wee Waa, Australia, to try to solve a rape case featured; scenes shown of the elderly victim and of men lined up for testing. [91-year-old rape VICTIM - describes what happened.] [New South Wales police Department John GILLET - comments on the investigation.] The DNA sampling approaches in Britain mentioned. [Cardozo School of Law Barry SCHECK - says in the US DNA samples are being kept without consent.]

Brown, Aaron;
Lee, Mike

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