CeCe Moore: Man caught through genetic genealogy gets life in prison for 1987 double murder

CeCe Moore: Man caught through genetic genealogy gets life in prison for 1987 double murder

by NZME
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Genealogy sites have long helped identify criminals, but now, they have helped convict one. 
William Talbott the Second was sentenced to life in prison last week for killing a young Canadian couple more than three decades ago, in a case that relied on newly-emerged genealogical technology.
It was the first time that a murder suspect captured using genetic genealogy was found guilty by a jury trial. 
CeCe Moore, is a genetic genealogist whose work led to the arrest in the murder case. She joined ... See More

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