Monday, January 10, 2005
Mass DNA test for US murder town
Police in a small town in Massachusetts are hoping to test the DNA of the entire adult male population as they try to solve a three-year-old murder.
Truro officials say the 790 men in the town have a right to refuse but those who do so will be closely checked.
The free exercise of Constitutional rights should never -- in and of itself -- be considered grounds for suspicion.