How a Genealogy Website Led to the Alleged Golden State Killer

Holy crap I talked with those two ladies on the phone when they were doing this research. They had a small match to a kit I administer.
 
Holy crap I talked with those two ladies on the phone when they were doing this research. They had a small match to a kit I administer.

I wonder if there is any risk if someone related to you might have done any crime.....


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Holy crap I talked with those two ladies on the phone when they were doing this research. They had a small match to a kit I administer.
To clarify, they did not perform the matching on the killer, but all the news agencies are calling them for commentary. The case I spoke with them about was a different one.

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I made a topic on this subject earlier today as well.

https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threa...d-to-track-down-‘Golden-State-Killer’-suspect

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.83f3881dbd8f

Didn't 23andme recently allow uploading raw data files to find DNA relatives?

https://familyhistorydaily.com/genea...ncestry-report

All the FBI would have to do is sequence someone's DNA, convert the file to the AncestryDNA format, upload it to 23andme, and get a bunch of cousin matches. Arguably unethical, but I don't think too many people will cry about it when they use it for the high profile cases.


 

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