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From: Charles <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] DNAPrint & CODIS DNA test used to solve the crime
Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2003 12:46:39 -0400
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William,

You can speak for yourself about what the Hursts may have to hide. LOL
:-)

I'm not worried about my Kerchner's. In all my years of researching my
ancestors I have not found anything worthy of mention so far, for
consideration to join the Black Sheep Society. Not even a horse thief.
LOL :-)

Charles


William Hurst wrote:
>
> I wonder how many people are reluctant to take one of the genealogy-DNA
> tests because in the back of their mind they don't want their DNA in some
> database. We may know the differences between the various tests, but try to
> explain them to some cousin who doesn't want to spend the money in the first
> place. So now we have seen the first forensic use of the DNAPrint test; when
> will some police investigator want to check a Y-DNA database to see if the
> perp was a Kerchner or a Hurst? Bill H.
>
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