The Island Packet, Sunday, August 21, 2005
Story by Justin Paprocki on the rise of DNA testing in criminal cases focuses on the case of Ron O'Neil Young, who is suspected of seven rapes in Georgia and two in South Carolina. The story includes comments by Dr. Katherine Ramsland, professor of forensic psychology at DeSales University and an expert on serial killers, on DNA analysis. Ramsland states, "If used correctly it's [DNA analysis] probably the most phenomenal tool law enforcement has."
Press Release: Modern crime solving goes under the microscope: just a speck of DNA can lead to major results | Posted on: 8/21/2005
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