Would Casey Mahoney Still Be Alive If It Didn’t Take Eight Weeks To Enter DNA Into State Police Database?

http://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2010/12/victim.jpg?w=790INQUIRER: Rodriguez, a convicted felon, was required to submit his DNA when he was released from jail this summer. It had been waiting to be uploaded into the state police database since Oct. 25, because of a backlog that averages about eight weeks. Philadelphia police submitted DNA taken from the crime scenes on Nov. 23. Had his DNA been in the system then, he might have been identified about three weeks before the final victim was killed. MORE

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