There's a lot more to reveal as we go along. Read all of our "Riverdale" coverage here. Anjelica Oswald. Facebook Icon The letter F. Link icon An image of a chain link. It symobilizes a website link url. Email icon An envelope. It indicates the ability to send an email. Fliboard icon A stylized letter F.
Twitter icon A stylized bird with an open mouth, tweeting. Pinterest icon The letter "P" styled to look like a thumbtack pin. Close icon Two crossed lines that form an 'X'. It indicates a way to close an interaction, or dismiss a notification. The police will take all the evidence they can from your home and let you have access to the property as soon as possible. You may feel you want to clean your home before living in it again. If you cannot face doing this yourself, the Environmental Health Department of your local authority should be able to put you in touch with professional cleaning firms to do the job for you.
Even if the crime did not happen in the house, in certain circumstances, the police may still have to carry out a forensic examination or a search of the house. They will explain to you why they are having to do this and try to let you know how long it may take. Shortly after the person has died or the death has been discovered there will be a post mortem examination a medical examination to determine the cause of death. If you have cultural, religious or other objections to a post mortem being carried out, you should tell the Procurator Fiscal PF.
They will try to respect your wishes but, in many cases, a post mortem is a legal requirement to prove criminal charges arising from the death. A post mortem is carried out by two qualified doctors called pathologists. This is to ensure that all available evidence is gathered and to get information from the pathologists to help with the criminal investigation. More than one post mortem examination may take place if an accused charged with an offence to do with the death asks for one.
If there is more than one accused, each one may ask for another, separate examination. You may find this distressing and you should be prepared for a delay while this is being organised. Where no one is arrested quickly, the Procurator Fiscal may have to delay releasing the body for the funeral. This is to preserve evidence until a suspect is arrested and charged. The report gives details of the medical examination and will, in the majority of cases, give the cause of death.
There may be additional laboratory tests carried out to assist in identifying the cause of death. It can take some time for the results of these to become available.
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Where the deceased had expressed a wish to donate organs or tissue, everything will be done to try to make this possible. When the cause of death is suspicious, donation may not always be possible. This is because forensic examination will be required to ensure the best possible evidence. If you do want to donate organs or tissue, the approval of the Procurator Fiscal PF will be needed.
If the post mortem means that it is necessary to remove organs or tissue, the FLO will be able to tell you or discuss any concerns you have. You can ask for the organs or tissue back to dispose of them or ask someone else to do that for you. If you have any questions, you may find it useful to write these down in advance and to make notes of your discussion. It can be hard to remember things during times of stress.
You can use the space at the front of this pack for notes. Newspaper, magazine, television and radio journalists may be interested in the death and any court case that follows. They may telephone you, knock on your door or approach you at a court hearing. They may broadcast your name and address. Talking to journalists and hearing about a loved one in the media may be distressing. Most journalists will understand if you say you do not want to talk to them.
Or you might decide that it would be helpful for journalists to cover the case, for example to make an appeal for information. You might want to choose a particular family member to speak to the media on your behalf, especially if there is an appeal to the public for information. The Senior Investigating Officer will manage the release of information to the media, to try to get the best possible help from the public to aid the investigation.
On the other hand, you may not be happy to co-operate with the media, and you may find their interest in you, or the person who has been killed, intrusive or distressing. If you do, you should tell the FLO who may be able to handle questions for you. Journalists may ask for a photograph of the person. You may want to consider how they would want to be seen or remembered.
The FLO can arrange for an existing photograph to be altered if necessary - for example, taking an image from a group photo. If you do decide to speak to journalists, you may find it helps to prepare what you want to say in advance. This might take the form of a short statement which you can give out, read or have read for you for example, by the police or, if you have one, your solicitor. The FLO will help you with this. If someone is being blamed for the death, it is important that you do not make any public comment about them which might be harmful to a court case.
The police or your solicitor will be able to give you advice to ensure you do not say something by accident which may cause problems for the investigation and prosecution. If you are concerned about the way the media is behaving or reporting events, tell the police or your solicitor. They may not be able to stop what is happening, but they may be able to take steps to reduce it or give you advice on how to try to cope with it. For example, if you are unhappy with a journalist's conduct or think that they have published or broadcast something that is incorrect or unfair, you can make a complaint to the relevant newspaper, TV or radio station.
To do this, you can write to the editor or publisher of a newspaper, or the director of a TV or radio station.
Sometimes the media offer to print or broadcast an apology. Theoretically, the technique that we were using for finding both relatives should work for somebody like Lisa. And all the matches that showed up there, Barbara would build a tree up from these people that are related to her until the trees cross and you get to an ancestor in common.
And at that point, I then search for all of the descendants of that common ancestor. So then she can say, your victim is a descendant of this ancestor in common. And then as she followed the trees back down to the living folk, I would use all of our law enforcement resources to find those living people and contact them. Everything from D. But at this point, my primary job with Barbara was to find the living folk and call them up and start asking them to do a DNA test. It was difficult making cold calls like that. Some people, they would just hang up. A lot of people thought it was a scam.
I had one woman that thought I was going to try to clone her. So this goes on for many months. Barbara estimates at the end that it takes 20, hours of work from about volunteers. The maternal line tree, in particular, was enormous.
It had something like 18, people in it. He is also skeptical of all of this at first. And what her grandfather tells her is the last time he saw her, she was two. And her mother was involved with this guy. At the time, he talked up that they owed money to a bunch of people, insinuated that it was to dangerous bad people that they owed money to, even. But in the middle of the night, they absconded, and the family never heard from them again.
Told them, this is a missing person. When I called her up, I told her that we had been able to figure it out. And she got very quiet. I told her her name is Dawn Beaudin. And then she called me a couple days later, had had some time to think about it and was wondering, well, should she change her date of birth, change her name? It had to be a big shock. It was very emotional being able to actually do that for her, particularly knowing what had happened to her.
And so it was very nice to be able to give her back her family and to give her her name. It was very satisfying to be able to tell her who she is.
It made it all worth it. So what Deputy Pete Headley and other investigators believe is that sometime after he kidnapped Dawn, he killed her mom. They have not found her body. But the reason they believe this is because this was part of a pattern of behavior. But not Dawn. And he died in prison. So I just want to get this straight. That little girl who is taken by her neighbors and ends up in the hands of police, the man who she thought was her father was actually a serial killer who kidnapped and likely murdered her mother.
And so word gets out that Barbara and Pete solved the Lisa case. He has no real leads. All he has is some crime scene DNA. And so he reaches out and asks for help. Police finally got their break in the Golden State Killer case by combing through commercial genealogy websites. They have been searching for more than four decades. And tonight, the major clue —.
So all of this work from the Lisa case has led to this groundbreaking moment. And now they finally have a name. They finally have somebody behind bars. And that is because they have used this technique that people are calling genetic genealogy. No one was expecting to be cooperating with law enforcement. My concerns were that there could be a violation of privacy.
I had to figure that out in my head, if that was true or not.
But then he starts getting these emails, and they are so congratulatory. They are telling him that he has done great things for the world, and he is feeling incredibly proud of what he has created. So he and his partner decide to officially open up GEDMatch to law enforcement. To me, the real important thing was the people who had been victims, and that includes their families. And bringing closure to them is extremely important to me.
It really is. And they rewrite the user agreement so that what it now says is that, by default, users are opted in to allow their profiles to be searched by law enforcement for the purposes of sexual assault and murder cases. And there must be millions, literally millions, of people like that. At the time of the Golden State Killer suspect arrest, a lot of people were opining that this was going to be a one-off, that it was too difficult, too much time, investment, et cetera. On Wednesday, YouTube said it would remove thousands of videos and channels that advocate for bigoted ideologies, like neo-Nazism and white supremacy, in the latest attempt by a major technology company to limit hate speech.
YouTube, which is owned by Google, said its new policy would ban videos that justify discrimination by claiming a specific group is superior to others or that deny the existence of violent incidents, such as the Holocaust and the Sandy Hook school shooting. And the Trump administration said it would drastically reduce federal spending on medical research that uses tissue from aborted fetuses, fulfilling a longtime goal of anti-abortion groups.
Scientists have long used fetal tissue to test drugs and vaccines, targeting everything from H. But opponents, including Representative Steve Scalise, the number two Republican in the House of Representatives, called federal funding of such research immoral. See you tomorrow. In interview after interview, Paul Holes, a determined investigator who had spent decades chasing false leads, rejoiced in his decision to involve Dr. Within a few weeks of the announcement, she began working with Parabon, a forensic consulting firm. The technique resulted in at least 17 arrests, including people who had never been under any suspicion, such as a well-established party D.
An additional cases are in the works: old murders, serial sexual assaults, and unidentified bodies, according to estimates by various genealogists and investigators.
Some question the ethics and legality of the technique. They point out that customers of genealogy companies did not realize they would be signing up to help criminal investigations, although GEDMatch discloses that profiles could be used to investigate violent crimes. Some want to see the same regulations for family genealogy sites that states have imposed on the use of government DNA databases, such as the F. Charles E. In Maryland, the police are barred from identifying suspects through relatives in criminal DNA databases.
Despite the law, police departments in two counties have done precisely that with GEDMatch.