The Canadian Press

2016-02-09 | CRIME Girl Assault

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Mounties in northern Manitoba are conducting a huge DNA sweep in an attempt to catch a child killer. RCMP have asked males ages 15 to 66 on the remote Garden Hill First Nation to volunteer samples of their DNA to solve last year's slaying of 11-year-old Teresa Robinson. It's a pool of about two thousand people. Toronto lawyer and forensics expert Enzio Rondinelli says such a sweep isn't all about those who volunteer. (He says officers can then legally pick up anything they throw in a public trash, such as a cigarette butt or piece of gum, to get their DNA.)

Date: 2016-02-09
Placeline: TORONTO.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 17 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << it's not sort of what they get from individuals it may be narrowing it down to those that say no because police then say well I wonder why the person is saying no why don't we narrow it down and end surveil this person a little more >>