Israeli Schoolgirl's Murder Case May Be Reopened After New Evidence Found

Now the argument is over the value of mitochondrial evidence in a murder case: It can't identify the perp but it can rule out over 99% of people, the forensic expert explains

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The murder of a 13-year-old schoolgirl Tair Rada in 2006 could yet be reopened based on new evidence, though its value is still being weighed. While the lawyers defending the convicted murderer argue that the...