Police are asked to test DNA following a breakthrough in an investigation

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You might have seen a JonBenet Ramsey murder trial breakthrough on your 2022 Bingo card. While it’s unlikely, this is what appears to be happening. Fox NewsA push to retest DNA from Ramsey’s murder is growing, and there is a possibility that it could finally solve the cold case.

Fox NewsJonBenet Ramsey’s brother JonBenet continues to push Colorado Governor to open DNA evidence in the case for a Third-Party Agency to conduct new testing. Parabon NanoLabs, which is located in Virginia, is well-known for using “complicated and innovative genetic geology”To assist in cold cases and to research cases that didn’t get DNA testing.

CeCe Moore is Parabon’s chief genealogist We were interviewed by Australia’s version 60 minutesIt was revealed that the company’s methods could quickly identify DNA from the crime scene in just a few hours.

“There are people all over the world that want her killer brought to justice, who want to know what happened and who want the answers,”Moore said. Parabon was also recently featured in the news for his role in solving a cold murder case that occurred in Pennsylvania in July. Prosecutors have confirmed that DNA assisted in the prosecution of David Sinopoli for the 1975 murders of Lindy Sue and Lindy Beichler.

“This arrest would not have been possible without the assistance of CeCe Moore and Parabon NanoLabs,”Lancaster DA Heather Adams spoke in the aftermath. “We are incredibly grateful for the work that they do and their commitment to securing justice for victims and their loved ones.”

Cindy Smit–Marra, the daughter of John Anderson, a detective, and Lou Smit. Boulder police should also investigate the DNA testing again. “We request that the lab that did the testing on the long johns use their current technology to potentially identify more markers and/or separate any comingled DNA,”They agreed. “This would simply take a phone call from the Boulder Police Department.”Smit-Marra lost his father before he could find a suspect. However, he did leave behind some information and clues which could be used to help close the case.

Boulder police insist that they are still investigating the case and continue to test it. “The Boulder Police Department regularly meets with multiple entities regarding this investigation, to include private labs, the FBI, CBI, the District Attorney’s Office and others,”The department responded to criticisms by posting on social media. “In this ever- and quick-changing field of DNA analysis and testing, we are constantly speaking with these investigative stakeholders to evaluate how best to proceed given legal and scientific rules and limiations. Due to the length of time since this crime first occurred, Boulder police must be extremely cautious with handling of evidence and analysis.”

John Andrew Ramsey noticed the comments made by the police and celebrated them for breaking their silence, but quickly pointed out the issue with their details. “So here is the issue…they talk a big game but every feeler I got out there tells me otherwise. Not to mention a terrible track record,”Ramsey wrote. “Do you give them the benefit of the doubt?”