June 29, 2005

Mounties use DNA tests to discover race of criminals

Carolyn Abraham of the Toronto Globe & Mail, who wrote that long article on "The New Science of Race," is back with another article, "Molecular Eyewitness: DNA gets a human face," this time on how the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and other law enforcement agencies are employing DNAprint's genetic test to estimate the racial admixture of suspects from evidence samples.

Funny how for something that doesn't exist, race sure seems to act like it exists.

My published articles are archived at iSteve.com -- Steve Sailer

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