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  1. #1 DNA Said to Link Occupy Wall St. Protest and 2004 Killing 
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    DNA recovered from a chain at the site of an Occupy Wall Street protest in March has been matched with DNA linked to the unsolved killing of a Juilliard student in 2004, law enforcement officials familiar with the case said on Tuesday. Enlarge This Image

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    Sarah Fox, a Juilliard student, was found strangled in Inwood Hill Park in upper Manhattan in 2004. The killing was never solved.






    The student, Sarah Fox, 21, disappeared while on a jog in Inwood Hill Park in May 2004, and her naked body was found in the park almost a week later surrounded by yellow tulip petals. The DNA on the chain from the New York protest, the officials said, was matched with DNA found on her portable compact disc player, which was found in the park several days after her body was discovered. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/11/ny...&smid=tw-share
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    Salt of the earth these people.
    How is obama working out for you?
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    They will probably catch the killer. There are less and less needle in haystack situations these days, with this type of technology. If the killer's DNA is in the federal databank, they will catch him that way. If they have to use video footage from the protests to get a suspect and warrant, they can match it that way.
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    Sounds kind of weak on the connection to the actual killing from the minimal details in the story. Whoever the DNA came from would certainly be a material witness, of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    Salt of the earth these people.
    In the sense of how the Romans salted the earth at Carthage, yes.

    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    They will probably catch the killer. There are less and less needle in haystack situations these days, with this type of technology. If the killer's DNA is in the federal databank, they will catch him that way. If they have to use video footage from the protests to get a suspect and warrant, they can match it that way.
    I've developed a theory that OWS was actually a COINTELPRO set up to get as many lowlives in one place as possible so that they could sample DNA and apply the samples to the cold case files. It would also keep them off of the streets and permit consolidation of police in a single high-crime location. The political idiocy, class warfare rhetoric and anti-semitism also served to discredit the movement and its mainstream supporters in the Democratic Party and the media.

    Darned clever, that Rove.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odysseus View Post
    In the sense of how the Romans salted the earth at Carthage, yes.



    I've developed a theory that OWS was actually a COINTELPRO set up to get as many lowlives in one place as possible so that they could sample DNA and apply the samples to the cold case files. It would also keep them off of the streets and permit consolidation of police in a single high-crime location. The political idiocy, class warfare rhetoric and anti-semitism also served to discredit the movement and its mainstream supporters in the Democratic Party and the media.

    Darned clever, that Rove.

    I think the DUmmies have suggested it also...
    May the FORCE be with you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarasotaRepub View Post
    I think the DUmmies have suggested it also...
    What, in between drum circles, they complain about how they were coerced into attending in order to make the rest of the gathering look bad?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odysseus View Post
    What, in between drum circles, they complain about how they were coerced into attending in order to make the rest of the gathering look bad?
    Well, cause-and-effect reasoning isn't exactly their long suit, as they seem so tirelessly bent on demonstrating. In fact for the Left, we might as well just stop referring to the 'Law of Unintended Consequences,' since the outcomes of their decisions are basically so random and chaotic that it's hard to say what the intended consequences actually were, and just go with 'The Law of Stupid People Making Bad Decisions' instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DumbAss Tanker View Post
    Well, cause-and-effect reasoning isn't exactly their long suit, as they seem so tirelessly bent on demonstrating. In fact for the Left, we might as well just stop referring to the 'Law of Unintended Consequences,' since the outcomes of their decisions are basically so random and chaotic that it's hard to say what the intended consequences actually were, and just go with 'The Law of Stupid People Making Bad Decisions' instead.
    So it's more of the law of an infinite number of hippies doing an infinite number of bong hits and eventually producing the same incoherent crap as the randomly typing chimps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odysseus View Post
    What, in between drum circles, they complain about how they were coerced into attending in order to make the rest of the gathering look bad?
    Well, that, and chaining themselves to their yurt libraries.

    No, I'm not joking.
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