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Daily Archives: December 2, 2010
San Mateo County’s forensics lab is bringing in some extra help for its DNA-analysis team, hoping to find that speck of blood or drop of saliva that could crack an unsolved cold case.
Sometime soon, dead bodies will be scattered around John O’Laughlin’s land. Wanting to give students and researchers at California University of Pennsylvania’s Institute of Criminological and Forensic Sciences a place to analyze human remains, O’Laughlin recently donated a sizable chunk of his 222-acre piece of property in southwestern Pennsylvania to be used as a “body farm.” His won’t be the first.