Forensic And Behavioral Evidence Of Wayne Williams As The Murderer

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Forensic and Behavioral evidence pointed convincingly to Wayne Williams as the murderer of eleven young men in Atlanta. In 2010, a DNA test was conducted on the scalp hairs found on a body dumped down a wooded slope behind an office park on February 13, 1981. It was of 11-year-old Patrick Baltazar. Inside the boy's shirt, two human scalp hairs were discovered. Although the results were not conclusive, the FBI's DNA laboratory listed the odds of 130-to-1 against the hairs coming from any person other than Wayne Williams. The forensic scientist overruled this finding and concluded that the DNA laboratory report found that the scalp hairs had the same type of DNA sequence as Wayne Williams' own hair. The testing performed lead to Wayne Williams

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