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DNA Dragnets

  • Bo
    Bo

    How is it possible that police can collect DNA from whole communities-courts are turning a blond eye to the meaning of consent

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    Candice
    Candice

    Biometrics are the new 21st century surveillance.

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    Paul Shilling
    Paul Shilling

    Police are always searching for broad exploratory powers-we cant let them have something so tenuous but so invasive!

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    Gail
    Gail

    Science doesn’t trump rights-what happened to democracy???

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    Sam Spade
    Sam Spade

    The Garden Hill First Nation murder of Teresa Hill and eventual request to drag for DNA samples was already specific to males between the ages of 15 and 50. RCMP were tight lipped on the group of interest. The condition of her body initially led investigators to believe she had been killed by a wild animal but investigators later determined it was a homicide.

    Presumably they were interested in sexually mature individuals and did not respond to comments that murder may have been committed by a women.

    Anyone who was a minor had to have their parents’ or guardians’ consent for police to gather DNA. Most had complied. One wonders how a minor would conduct themselves when faced by parental and police pressure, let alone band and community expectation. RCMP noted samples were being given voluntarily.

    When the alleged 15 year old murderer was found the question of old fashion policing in that small community likely raised the question for the need for DNA sampling. Small communities talk and leads were likely directed by interviews. The assumption was a specific culprit. There were never any media questions about brothers or twins or family structures in this indigenous community.

    RCMP requested voluntary DNA samples from men between the ages of 15 and 66 and hoped to collect 2,000 samples. RCMP never revealed how many samples were actually collected. It would be interesting to get those numbers despite the RCMP assertion that this was welcomed by the community. Yet the band chief was quoted as saying most complied.

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