'Police fail to produce DNA test in Zadorov case'

February 12, 2007 20:32


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Roman Zadorov may have been indicted on suspicion of killing 13-year old Katzrin schoolgirl Tair Rada based on a DNA sample which police failed to produce, Channel 10 reported Monday evening. Reportedly, police claimed they had a DNA sample which tied Zadorov with 'high likelihood, at least 90%' to the murder. Later, however, the DNA sample was not included in the police investigation file. Police officials explained that the sample was not in their possession because the contents of the file were given to the Justice Ministry.

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