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DNA is just proof you were

DNA is just proof you were "somewhere" at "some point". It is not proof of a crime. If you had no alibi and a crime was committed, they could question you simply for being in that room, or in that car, or you touched that persons clothes. DNA will take the work out of crime solving, and law enforcement will become complacent with questioning anyone with DNA near the crime scene.

What if you dropped a soda can hours earlier near the scene of murder. Should you be brought in for questioning simply because your DNA is on a soda can? And if you have no alibi and they find no other witnesses or evidence, should they be allowed to lock you up because you were in the vicinity of the crime? You may think this is jumping to conclusions, but as we've seen time and time again, law enforcement makes mistakes. Quite a few, actually. If you are the only lead, whats to stop them from creating a case against you? SOMEONE needs to get arrested for that crime......


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