DNA AT ARREST--FACTS, NOT MYTHS OPPONENTS USE WITHOUT FACTS

BEFORE MAKING A DECISION
 FOR OR AGAINST DNA AT ARREST,
 LEARN WHY IT IS NEEDED, WHAT IS MOST OFTEN USED FOR
HOW IT IS DESIGNED AND HOW IT PROTECTS PEOPLE AND SAVES LIVES.

The Maryland v. King decision was released; the Supreme Court overturn the Mar Mariposayland Court of Appeals; ******holding that DNA collection from Arrestees WAS!!! IS!!! constitutional.****** THESE ARE THREE EXAMPLES EMAIL ME AT THERAPOET@AOL.COM FOR THE COMPLETE STUDIES FROM CHICAGO, MARYLAND, INDIANA AND DENVER
Requiring DNA for felony arrests (at arrest) does solve and prevent violent crimes. Waiting for conviction costs lives. Study by the City of Chicago, and presented to the State Legislature in 2005 ****************Chicago’s Study on Preventable Crimes******* This study show how !!!60 violent crimes could have been prevented, including 53 murders and rapes!!!! if these 8 men had had DNA taken at one of their arrests Most states require DNA collection upon felony conviction, but review of criminal records shows offenders often have**numerous felony arrests before conviction** CHICAGO IS JUST ONE EXAMPLE. I WILL SEND YOU MORE.
Chicago’s examination of criminal activities of*** eight individuals identified 60 violent crimes, that, if DNA had been taken at arrest--“the fingerprint of the 21st century” could have been prevented. In each case, the offender committed previously ***undetected violent crimes**** that ***would have been solved through a DNA match***. But DNA was not required at arrest. INSTEAD… • 22 murders – victims ranging from 24 to 44 years of age • 30 rapes – victims ranging from 15 to 65 years of age • Attempted rapes • Aggravated kidnapping
The 8 men with almost ALL FEMALE VICTIMS FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE accumulated a total of 21 felony arrests before finally being identified. Only seven of the prior felony arrests were for violent crimes – the remaining two-thirds of arrests were for non-violent felonies. They were free to commit--60 violent crimes, including 53 murders and rapes, that could have been prevented.
Chicago Preventable Crimes. (BELOW ARE JUST TWO OF THE 8 EXAMPLES FROM CHICAGO STUDY. THERE ARE VIRGIANIA, INDIANA AND DENVER STUDIES Andre Crawford was charged with eleven murders and one attempted murder/aggravated sexual assault. If the state had required him to give a DNA sample during his felony arrest on March 6, 1993, a DNA match could have been obtained with the DNA evidence recovered from his first murder. Ten murders could have been prevented. If Crawford’s DNA had been taken on March 6, 1993 after he was arrested for attempted sexual abuse (felony),the subsequent 10 murders and one rape would not have happened.
03/1993 He was arrested for felony theft NO DNA taken
09/1993 1st murder, DNA evidence recovered from crime scene-no identification of perpetrator
12/1994 - 04/1995 2 women murdered
05/1995-- 07/1997 arrested for Felony attempted sexual abuse 1 victim// Women murdered// woman raped
1997-1999 7 women murdered
01/1998 Arrested for felony drug possession***** ____________________________
Brandon Harris was convicted of five aggravated criminal sexual assaults and one aggravated kidnapping/attempted rape.If the state had required him to give a DNA sample during his felony arrest on August 25, 2000, a DNA match could have been obtained with the DNA evidence recovered from his first rape. Four rapes and one attempted rape/armed robbery/aggravated kidnapping could have been prevented.
12/1999 1st rape, DNA evidence recovered
08/2000 - 10/2000 Arrest for sexual assault
11/2000 1 woman raped, 1 woman kidnapped
12/2000 Arrest for robbery, while home confined, another rape occurs
02/2001 1 women raped,1 girl raped
05/2001 Girl raped ____________________________________________
Geoffrey Griffin was charged with eight murders and one aggravated criminal sexual assault. If the state had required him to give a DNA sample during his felony arrest on August 26, 1995, a DNA match could have been obtained with the DNA evidence recovered from his first rape. Eight murders, one rape and one attempted rape could have been prevented. If Griffin’s DNA had been taken on August 26, 1995 after he was arrested for possession of a controlled substance (felony), the subsequent eight murders, one rape and one attempted rape would not have happened.
08/1995 Arrest for drug possession
07/1998 Woman raped & killed, DNA evidence recovered
07/1998 - 05/2000 4 women murdered, 1 woman raped
06/2000 Woman attacked
06/2000 4 women murdered
06/2000 Arrested & charged with 8 murders, 1 sexual assault ___________________________________ THESE ARE THREE EXAMPLES EMAIL ME AT THERAPOET@AOL.COM FOR THE COMPLETE STUDIES FROM CHICAGO, MARYLAND, INDIANA AND DENVER THIS IS NOT OKAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! PLEASE SHARE
http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/supreme-court-upholds-maryland-law-says-police-may-take-dna-samples-from-arrestees/2013/06/03/0b619ade-cc5a-11e2-8845-d970ccb04497_story.

THOSE OPPOSING DNA AT ARREST,
(BIG NATIONAL GROUPS LIKE ACLU)
      HURT MINORITIES BECAUSE  DNA AT ARREST PROTECTS AGAINST FALSE ARREST!!!
THOSE OPPOSING
HURT THE SAFETY OF INNOCENT PEOPLE BECAUSE DNA AT ARREST WOULD GET
VIOLENT PREDATORS  OFF THE STREETS IN EARLY YEARS NOT 20 YEARS LATER  AT CONVICTION
THOSE OPPOSING
REFUSE TO DEBATE, HAVING FEW FACTS TO  BACK THEIR FEAR MAKING STATEMENTS
THOSE OPPOSING
HELP CRIMINALSTO REMAIN FREE WHILE VICTIMS BECOME MORE IMPRISONED BY FEAR
 

IF YOU CARE ABOUT LOVED ONES, ABOUT OKLAHOMANS, READ ALL OF THIS!

   
                                     DNA AT ARREST PROTECTS & SAVES LIVES!
DNA AT ARREST STOPS THE INVASION OF PRIVACY
OF THE VICTIMS OF REPEAT OFFENDERS
MAKE SB618 OKLAHOMA’S DNA AT ARREST LAW
                                    
                                    DID YOU KNOW 
DNA IS PRIMARILY NEEDED TO SOLVE VIOLENT CRIMES, OF WHICH
 90% OF VICTIMS ARE WOMEN, 9% CHILDREN!
 
IN 2012, AFTER BEING ARRESTED IN COLORADO, ROBERT BRUCE’S DNA, MATCHED TO DNA FOUND AT 19 VICTIMS’ CRIME SCENES IN CLEVELAND COUNTY, OK AND 6 IN EDMOND (CRIMES FROM 1986 TO 2006)
 
 
BRITTANY PHILLIPS, MY BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTER,
MIGHT NOT HAVE BEEN MURDERED (A PREVENTABLE CRIME)
IF OKLAHOMA TOOK DNA AT ARREST DURING HER LIFE!
10-4-85 TO 10-4-04
2000 SUSPECTS ' DNA HAVE BEEN COMPARED TO KILLER’S DNA WITH NO MATCH 
 
***PREVENTABLES CRIMES-A VIOLENT OFFENDER IS ARRESTED NUMEROUS TIMES, FOR MINOR CRIMES IS NEVER CONNECTED TO COLD CASES
BUT BECAUSE DNA IS NOT TAKEN AT THEIR ARREST,
UNTIL AND ONLY IF THE PERSON GETS CONVICTED,
***(OFTEN AFTER 10-20 YEARS OF DOING CRIMES***.

THIS IS SHOWS WHAT IS SENT TO CODIS---CODED NUMBERS,
 NO PHYSICAL DNA IS SENT TO THE DATABASE---JUST NUMBERS
Lab XYZ (these letters represent the state lab’s code)
0012152 (this is a Code for the case number-NAME OF THE PERSON IS NOT SENT 06,09,11,12,10,10,22,24,9.3,10,08,09 These 2 lines are the codes representing the 14
14,14,15,17,17,22,25,12,12,9,10,09,13 pieces analyzed (from the thousands a person has)
kzzz- (This code represents the specific analyst who did the work)
These “profiles” (not the sample) are uploaded to CODIS, our national DNA database.
***COURTS CAN’T CONVICT BY ONLY DNA—DNA IS AN INVESTIGATIVE TOOL-OTHER STRONG, ADDITIVE EVIDENCE MUST PROVE GUILT***
 
******DNA AT ARREST LESSENS NUMBER OF REPEAT OFFENDERS BY IDENTIFYING CRIMINALS EARLY IN THEIR CAREERS! ***DNA AT ARREST LOWERS NUMBER OF COLD/UNSOLVED CRIMES, AS A SUSPECT’S DNA SAMPLE IS TAKEN AND MATCHES TO DNA FROM A CRIME SCENE BECAUSE RAPIST, OTHER VIOLENT OFFENDERS OFTEN GET ARRESTED FOR 10-20 YEARS BEFORE CONVICTION.
******DNA AT ARREST LOWERS POLICE COSTS BY FEWER HOURS ON CASES.
26 STATES HAVE PASSED DNA AT ARREST LAWS Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Illinois, Florida, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Vermont
 
***MANY COURTS RULED DNA IS NO DIFFFERENT THAN FINGERPRINTS***
1) The purpose is akin to that of a fingerprint". State v. Raines 857 A.2d 19, 33 (Md. 2004) FOR Anderson v. Com, Virginia Supreme Court, No. 062051, 9/14/07, FOR
2) US v. Mitchell, US Court of Appeals 3rd Circuit, No. 09-4718, July 25, 2011, FOR
3) Haskell v. Brown,US District Court for Northern District of California,12/23/09, FOR
4)U.S. v. Thomas, US District Court of Western District of New York, 2/14/11, FOR
5)People v. Buza, California Court of Appeals, First District, A125542, 8/4/11,
FOR MORE CASES ON MITCH MORRISEY, DENVER’S DA’S WEBSITE, LISTED BELOW
 
***IF YOU WANT TO MAKE AN EDUCATED DECISION-READ THESE*** http://www.dfs.virginia.gov/statistics/index.cfm 8399 HITS SINCE 1998 http://www.goccp.maryland.gov/dna/statistics.php www.sccvc.org/.../Chicagos_Study_on_Preventable_Crimes03-04-2008.pdf(chicago)  
INFORMATIVE WEBSITES
www.DNAsaves.org  www.denverda.org/DNA/DNA_INDEX.htm    www.brittanyphillipsmurder.net
CONTACT:   BRITTANY’S MOTHER Dr. Maggie Zingman  9186292317    therapoet@aol.com
 
 
A). Chicago’s Study on Preventable Crimes - requiring DNA for Felony arrests can solve and prevent violent crimes. Waiting for conviction can cost lives, Study by the City of Chicago, 2005 Chicago Preventable Crimes-Final.pdf Arrestee law Chicago Study.wmv
B)Maryland Study on Preventable Crimes - Requiring DNA for qualifying arrests in the proposed legislation can solve and prevent violent crimes. Study by the Maryland Criminal Justice Information System, the Baltimore County Police Department and the Maryland State Police, 2008. MarylandDNAarresteestudy.pdf

C) Washington State Preventable Crime Study 2008. WA Preventable Crime.pdf

D). The FBI Rules for Arrestee and Detainee DNA Collection, Federal Register,
Vol. 73, No. 76, 4/18/08. the FBI final rule on arrestee and detainee
testing.pdf


E).Denver’s Study on Preventable Crimes - Requiring DNA for felony arrests can solve and prevent violent crimes. Waiting for conviction can cost lives and allows sexual predators to continue to rape victims, Study by the Denver District Attorney’s Office 2009. Denver's Preventable Crimes Study.pdf

F)Why Arrestee DNA Legislation Can Save Indianan Taxpayers Over $50 Million
Per Year, Siegel and Narveson, January 2009. Indiana Arrestee Legislation - Jan 13 2009.pdf

G) The Constitutionality of DNA Sampling on Arrest, DH Kaye 2000,
http://homepages.law.asu.edu/~kayed/pubs/genlaw/01-CJLPP-arrest.htm
 

4 comments:

  1. I agree! when is it being voted on?

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  2. The vote on the Senate floor should be monday. Then over to the house, then if passes there back to Senate but if changes made, Senate must vote again, then joint resolution and then to Gov. That may be the biggest fight and where the calls need to go as well as flyers

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  3. did they finish the vote or put it off ? randy s

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  4. The bill was moved from the Judiciary Committee to Public Safety after I complained to media that it was being clocked from even being debated. It was voted unanimously through that committee but Sykes and the Sent Pro Tempore (with John Nicols as advisor blocked it on the floor. I hope to contact some representatives within the week and wsee if they want to write it in the HOuse and then take to Senate

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