DNA Surveillance in the UK
Wholesale surveillance from the UK:
About 4,000 men working and living in South Croydon are being asked to voluntarily give their DNA as part of the hunt for a teenage model's killer.
Well, sort of voluntarily:
"It is an entirely voluntary process. None of those DNA samples or finger prints will be used to check out any other unsolved crimes.
"Obviously if someone does refuse then each case will be reviewed on its own merits.
Did the detective chief inspector just threaten those 4,000 men? Sure seems that way to me.
Posted on February 28, 2006 at 7:31 AM • 61 Comments