DNA Fingerprinting as a Source for Identification in 9/11 Cases
It has been approximately twenty months since 2001s September 11th terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, and still victims' bodies are in the process of being identified. In matters like this, forensic scientists are forced to "bring out the big guns." Researchers can compare DNA samples from bodies to those taken directly from the victim: from hair, a toothbrush, a family member, and etcetera (Whitfield 6).
As a result of the terrorist attacks, forensic scientists have come up with innovative tests and ways to interpret the resulting identification data (Whitfield 1). …
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