Daily Archives: June 22, 2011

ABQ to pay almost $1 million to 1 of 2 salesman wrongly accused of double murder

The Republic New Mexico
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The city of Albuquerque has agreed to pay almost $1 million to one of two magazine salesmen wrongly accused in a double murder.

Engage foreign experts on exhumations — Zipra


Newsday Zimbabwe
The Zipra Veterans’ Trust has implored government to engage foreign experts and human rights watchdog Amnesty International in the exhumation of remains of former liberation war fighters and villagers lying in unmarked mass graves dotted around the country.

No 10: No U-turn on rape suspects’ DNA


The Telegraph UK
Downing Street has insisted that ministers will not alter plans to discard the DNA samples of people accused of rape but not convicted.

Human Remains Misidentified


KWQC Illinois
A mystery from 1996, that police thought they’d solved, is back open.

Work begins on Crime Lab

Clarion Ledger Mississippi
A new Mississippi Crime Lab will include a long-term storage warehouse for DNA and other evidence.