Daily Archives: October 25, 2011

Families of murder victims deplore loss of ‘cold case’ unit

The Independent
Hundreds of murderers could escape justice for ever because of the Government’s decision to disband Britain’s “cold case” detection unit, experts warned last night.

A Tale Of Two Convicts

The courts and the American prison system regularly fail defendants by convicting innocent people and locking them up, sometimes sentencing them to execution for crimes they did not commit.

A lost Canadian soldier finds a final resting place after 92 years

Global News
OTTAWA – It’s a song she’s played hundreds of times, but on Tuesday the military’s most well-known lament will take on new meaning for bugler Ann Gregory.

Irish DNA atlas project launched

ARE YOU TYPICALLY Irish? A new project has been unveiled by the Genealogical Society of Ireland and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, who are working together to find out more about the Irish population.