The Science of DNA: Roger Keith Coleman and Wanda McCoy

Time’s May 18, 1992 issue with Roger Coleman (photo source)

“We who seek the truth, especially in criminal justice matters, must live or die by the sword of DNA.” — Jim McCloskey

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Writer, reader, margarita drinker. Currently looking for a “dare to be great” situation.

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