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Unable to Solve Murder, Canadian Police to Collect Door-To-Door Blood Samples

by Adan Salazar, Infowars:

Police in a Canadian town are asking residents to donate blood samples in efforts to crack a murder mystery that’s gone unsolved for more than a month.

Cops in Windsor, Ontario, are preparing to go door-to-door in a sweep that will seek the voluntary extraction of DNA from residents following the December 11 murder of 31-year-old Cassandra Kaake, a pregnant mother whose body was found inside her torched home. Investigators say they’re going to rely on a technique known as “blooding” to hopefully formulate a list of suspects after weeks of research failed to produce a person of interest.

“They are asking what make of vehicle they drive, what their license plate is, how long they have lived there, whether they rent or own their home and who else lives in the house,” reports The National Post, adding that police’s final question asks if residents would be willing to submit a blood sample at a future time.

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4 comments to Unable to Solve Murder, Canadian Police to Collect Door-To-Door Blood Samples

  • Hannon

    We know they’ve been taking our blood samples at birth in the west for about 40 years, so I’m guessing they’re doing this to get us used to letting them touch us and our bodies under policing.

  • Eric

    It’s going to be a fun day when they try that here. You guys better be ready to kick ass and chew bubble gum. I know I am. When it’s on, it’s on.

  • Windrunner56

    Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms section 8 – “Ununsual search and seizure”. Got it right here. WIll use it every time for these thugs. Murder is terrible, but the tactics are worse….

  • Windrunner56

    unreasonable is what I meant, not ununsual 🙂

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