Mehul B. Anjaria discussed genetic genealogy and the Bear Brook murders case.
Mehul B. Anjaria was interviewed as a part of a Sky News US feature entitled ‘How Researching Your Family Tree Could Solve a Murder’, published August 1, 2019 https://news.sky.com/story/how-researching-your-family-tree-could-solve-a-murder-11775060
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https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/case-evidence-05-01-17/id1140596919?i=1000384986942 Here is some more information regarding the Tara Grinstead case and the Up and Vanished podcast: Up and Vanished website Wikipedia Article with reference to ‘meshed DNA’
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A suspect in the recent tragic DC quadruple homicide was identified through DNA left on a pizza crust. In Los Angeles, the ‘Grim Sleeper’ case received a lot of attention after DNA obtained from pizza, napkins, and utensils used by the primary suspect was matched to evidence from several crime scenes. With today’s sensitive DNA […]