Two Kentucky men have murder charges dismissed in ‘satanic’ killing

by Associated PressBRANDENBURG, Ky. — A Kentucky judge dismissed murder charges Monday against two men for a 1990s killing that authorities at the time described as "satanic." Garr Keith Hardin and Jeffrey Dewayne Clark had their convictions in Meade County vacated in 2016 based on DNA testing and evidence of police misconduct. They were released …

Indiana law for felony arrest DNA collection taking effect

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Indiana authorities are being required under a new state law to collect a DNA sample from those who are arrested for a felony crime.The law taking effect Monday requires that police collect a DNA cheek swab, along with fingerprints and photographs during the booking process. That will enable law enforcement to check …

Police Can Now Take Your DNA for Mere ‘Suspicion’ of A Violent Crime

August 4, 2015 by Joshua Scott Hotchkin 11 Comments On Monday August 3rd, 2015, the Dakota County (Minnesota) Sheriff’s Office became the first in the nation to implement a new Supreme Court ruling that allows police to collect DNA from those arrested for suspicion of a violent crime. The old laws stated that a conviction …

US Supreme Court to Hear Myriad Genetics’ Gene Patentability Case

Dec 4, 2012 By: Patricia Van Arnum   Myriad Genetics, a molecular diagnostic company, reports that the US Supreme Court has granted certiorari agreeing to hear the case of The Association for Molecular Pathology, et al., v. Myriad Genetics, Inc., et al.(Docket No. 12-398). The Supreme Court will review an earlier decision by a federal …

Schapelle Corby

A few weeks ago, The Expendable Project received information which showed that the AFP had information which corroborated the story of a man who had been ridiculed by the media in 2005, when he confessed that the drugs in Schapelle’s bag were meant to be collected in Sydney by him. They suppressed this corroborative evidence, …