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Dead? Where is the body? Gone? Facial I.D? D.N.A. I.D?






------- father had 50 children, so ----- had 49 half brothers-sisters.

----- maybe had from 12 to 24 children.

So facial recognition I.D. might not be valid, as to DNA there is plenty of it there, but the real thing could have been given by ----- at any time before during or after.

There is no body left to check, in less than 24 hours it all was already over and done with.

Why would the U.S. claim that ----- was killed if he wasn't?

It would be easier to believe that he is dead if there was a body that could be DNA tested by anybody from anywhere.

As it is, it is: Take their word for it or not.

Well, Is the U.S. government credible or not?

Well, whatever, it seems as if for all practical purposes ----- is dead.


As to other possible issues in regards to -----, No comments, not at this time anyway.


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JADELotteryComment by JADELottery - May 3, 2011, 11:22 pm
"I don't believe anything the government tells me.!" - George Carlin
time*treatComment by time*treat - May 4, 2011, 2:52 am
Fastest DNA test ever, and taking body-disposal lessons from van der Sloot.
Rick GComment by Rick G - May 4, 2011, 8:29 am
Just wondering what happened to his kidney dialysis machine. Must have been difficult lugging it from cave to cave and setting up the solar arrays to power it for all those years. The machine was indeed a miracle worker and deserves a spot at the Smithsonian.
Comment by GASMETERGUY - May 4, 2011, 10:53 am
DNA today can be done in a matter of hours. The process has been refined so much that today, given just a extremely small amount of material, a full spectrum can be developed.

The day is coming when, during a traffic stop, your DNA can be taken, analyzed, and a database search before the cop could write out the ticket. Won't that be a wonderful day? /s

And the day is coming when all new-borns will have their DNA entered into a National databank the day the child is born. Won't that be another wonderful day?   /s
ToadSchmodeComment by ToadSchmode - May 5, 2011, 4:10 am
They still need to compare the DNA to something! Was his DNA already setting in the databank?
time*treatComment by time*treat - May 5, 2011, 8:29 am
Supposedly, they compared it to many of his known relatives.

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