Missing 5Yo Girl Found Raped and Murdered in Village Pond

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Re: Missing 5Yo Girl Found Raped and Murdered in Village Pond

Post by Arget » Mon Nov 18, 2019 12:07 pm

I don't see how you arrived at the age of 28 but yes testing females will get you a family link therefore giving the CPU a line of persons to explore further.

As this cruel action occurred over the water festival holiday then some family members who work away could have returned for a visit.

I can only presume that is what Dave G is alluding to.
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Re: Missing 5Yo Girl Found Raped and Murdered in Village Pond

Post by Mishmash » Mon Nov 18, 2019 12:16 pm

Full Credit to the ladies for the new DNA matching!!

Sadly, may not be much use in Cambodia yet.

Here is an article from the Independent.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/long ... 94521.html

Using an unconventional technique that relies on DNA submitted to online genealogy sites, investigators have solved dozens of violent crimes, in many cases decades after they hit dead ends. Experts believe the technique could be used to revive investigations into a vast number of cold cases across the US, including at least 100,000 unsolved major violent crimes and 40,000 unidentified bodies.

Many have called it a revolutionary new technology. But credit for this method largely belongs to a number of mostly female, mostly retired family history lovers who tried for years to persuade law enforcement officials that their techniques could be used for more than locating the biological parents of adoptees.

One was Diane Harman Hoog, 78, director of education at DNA Adoption, who realised in 2013 that she could apply the techniques she was using to identify two bodies she had read about in a Seattle newspaper.

“This is too complicated,” she says she was told when she reached out to a detective. Four years later, Margaret Press, 72, a retired computer programmer and skilled family tree builder in California, tried to help her local sheriff with a similar case. No one would return her calls.

Fast forward to 25 April 2018, the day that a gaggle of California prosecutors announced that an “innovative DNA technology” had been used in the Golden State Killer case.

he innovator was Barbara Rae-Venter, a genetic genealogist who had uploaded crime scene DNA to GEDMatch.com, a low-key genealogical research site run out of a little yellow house in Florida. Rae-Venter, 70, and her team soon found a suspect by using the genetic and family tree data provided by his cousins.

And that was how a former police officer, Joseph DeAngelo, came to be charged with 26 counts of murder and kidnapping in connection with scores of rapes and killings that were committed across California in the 1970s and 1980s. In interview after interview, Paul Holes, a determined investigator who had spent decades chasing false leads, rejoiced in his decision to involve Rae-Venter.
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Re: Missing 5Yo Girl Found Raped and Murdered in Village Pond

Post by johnny lightning » Tue Nov 19, 2019 4:20 am

So the choice of 28 is what? Bullshit? Random? Pulled out of your ass? Why not 27 or 43? What am I missing?
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