DNA & Fingerprint Database Ruling

  john bunyan 14:57 04 Dec 2008
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The EU courts have ruled that DNA and Fingerprints taken from those subsequently found Not Guilty , and other samples from, for example , teenagers given warnings for minor offences, must not be kept. I can see some logic in this and am not advocating universal testing, but the fact is that quite a few very serious crimes have been solved with these techniques. What do we as a nation think - is this a "Human Right" too far? If so what can the UK do about it?

  john bunyan 14:58 04 Dec 2008

Sorry - Just seen other thread - can FE transfer this to the other one - Sorry!!

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