Thursday, December 15, 2011

The story of one DNA and many crimes.

Beginning in 1993 in Germany, Austria and France was committed 40 crimes, including 6 murders, after which the crime scene or the victim's body found DNA samples dnogy the same woman. Alleged killer was a nickname "Phantom of Heilbronn". The police could not find any clues, except that the DNA, because the crimes had nothing in common: different victims, the places accomplices. In 2009 alone, it was found that the relationship between all these crimes do not. It was found that DNA samples taken with cotton sticks, which were initially contaminated with DNA in their Austrian factory packer.
Beginning in 1993 in Germany, Austria and France was committed 40 crimes, including 6 murders, after which the crime scene or the victim's body found DNA samples dnogy the same woman. Alleged killer was a nickname "Phantom of Heilbronn". The police could not find any clues, except that the DNA, because the crimes had nothing in common: different victims, the places accomplices. In 2009 alone, it was found that the relationship between all these crimes do not. It was found that DNA samples taken with cotton sticks, which were initially contaminated with DNA in their Austrian factory packer.

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