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Volume IX - Forensic Reports - Pages 2280-90

Volume IX - Forensic Reports - Pages 2280-90

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ServiceQ
Wetherby Laboratory, Sandbeck Way,
Audby
Lane, Wetherby, West Yorkshire,
LS22
7DN
Officer in
case:
CJient:Police referefice:Laboratory reference:Order reference:Scientist:
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Number
d
ages:
FORENSIC REPORT
Det Supt PriorLeicestershire Police, New Parks
07106085
Operation TASK
300 655 190400 913609
LESLEY DENTON
2
Re: Abduction of Madeleine McCann on
3*
May
2007
A DNA profile has been obtained from the reference samples of Kate
HEALY
(51162896) and Gerald McCANN (51162897).
A
DNA profile has also been obtained from a pillowcase (SJMII).DNA profiling reveals a series of bands, half of which a child inheriis from theirnatural mother (maternal) and haWof which it inherits from their natural father
0
(paternal).In this case, all of the bands present in the profile of obtained from the pillowcase arerepresented in the combined profiles of Kate HEALY and Gerald McCANN. This iswhat
I
would expect to find if the profile obtained from the pillowcase originated froma natural child of theirs.The results of the DNA profile obtained from the pillowcase is approximately 29million times more likely
if
the profile originates form a natural child of theirs ratherthan someone unrelated to them.
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Forensic
servicee
Inmyopinion,theresultsdetailedaboveprovideextremelystrongsupportforthe viewthattheprofileobtainedfromthepillowcaseoriginatesfromanaturalchildof KateHEALYandGerald McCANN.
-
Lab.Ref:300655190 OrderRef:400913609 Policereference:07106085ForensicReport(Contd.)
Please note:
I
understand that the McCANN's have a second female child. Ittherefore remains a formal possibility that the DNA on the pillowcase couldhave orlginated from her as the genetics would be in keeping with thosedescri
bed
a bove.
I
/
If
I
can be of further assistance or you require a CJA statement please do nothesitate to contact me at the laboratory on 01937
548287.
Yours sincerely
Lesley Anne DentonFORENSIC SCIENTISTDate: 28 June 2007
 
ForensicScienceService*
Destruction
of
Samples
(Related
Docurnent: FSSGP-050)
Client reference:
URN
07106085Investigating Officer: Det Supt PriorLaboratory reference: 300 655 190Order reference: 400 913 609
A
-
Perishable Samples
Certain samples constitute a potential health risk. With the concurrence of the Home Office, it has been decidedthat such samples
will
not be submitted to the Courts unless specifically requested by the Defence. (This is anextension of the procedures for the disposal of blood samples previously agreed by the Lord Chief Justice, theDirector of Public Prosecutions and the former Chief Metropolitan Magistrate.)The Laboratory has examined one or more of the samples listed below. They will not be rehimed to you but willbe destroyed in due course unless we are requested by the Defence to presenre them. You should notify the
O
Defence Solicitors in accordance with Home Ofíice Circulars 40173 and 74/82, which allow a period of 21 days inwhich notice in writing must be given, by the defendant or his legal representative, to the laboratory to preventthe samples being destroyed.
-
Blood samples
-
Saliva samples
-
Swabs from body orifices
-
Other swabs bearing potentially hazardous material
-
Vomit, faeces, urine, etcThe above list includes perishable personal samples, the destniction of which is required by Section
64
of thePolice and Criminal Evidence
Act,
(1
984).
B
-
Non-Perishable Personal Samples
The destruction of other, non-perishable, personal samples is required by Section
64
of the Police and CriminalEvidence Act, (1984). These include:
-
Control head hair samples
-
Control pubic hair samples
O
Finger nail samples
-
Casts, e.g. of teeth or feetExcept as below these non-perishable, personal samples are retumed to you as parts of exhibits for productionat court etc. The laboratory is not responsible for their destruction.The part of these samples, which were removed for examination, will be retained by the laboratory for the periodof time as specified in the 'Memorandum of Understanding for Retained Materials'
(3,
7
or 30 years) from thedate of this notice to allow access
to
other legitimate parties. After this period, in the absence of writteninstruction to the contrary, the retained samples
will
be
destroyed and a record made of their destruction.Signed:Date: 21 August 2007FSS-GF-247, Page
1
of 1, Issue 4

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