Female DNA Found on Boston bomb

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The Wall Street Journal is reporting that a woman’s DNA  has been found on at least one of the bombs.  Officials have not been able to figure who it belongs to or if the woman helped the two brothers in that deadly blast.  They say it could belong to someone who handled the materials the brothers used to make the bombs or even a stray hair from someone at the race.  It was also announced that the lawyer who defended the case of Tucson shooter, Jared Laughner and the Unabomber will now join the suspect’s legal team.

1 Comment

  • MyTakeOnIt

    Why is the DNA worth talking about if there can never be any definitive conclusion as to the origin? Let's keep news real and let these brief sentences in the book be put into that book and not clogging useful news feeds.

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