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DNA Examiner Talks of Blood Stains in Yates Trial

Posted by Sandra On October - 12 - 2010

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Police investigators found blood stains from two murdered infants in places ranging from their father’s boxer shorts and under his fingernails to a cluster of spots on a comforter on his bed and also on the nearby wall, a state lab expert said Monday.

Testimony by Wisconsin State Crime Laboratory DNA Examiner Sherry Culhane occupied the vast majority of the sixth day on trial for Baraboo resident David R. Yates, 48. He was charged with two counts of first-degree intentional homicide after police found his 5-week-old twins, Tyler and Savannah Yates, battered to death under his bed on April 13 of 2008. A pathologist testified last week the children died between 12 and 24 hours before they were found that evening.

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http://www.wiscnews.com/portagedailyregister/news/local/article_0630c896-d5bd-11df-a6b6-001cc4c002e0.html

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