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Old 01-07-2019, 01:52 PM
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This has happened before back in the 90s. In the previous case, the male employees volunteered to submit DNA samples and the culprit was found:

http://rockethics.psu.edu/initiative...na-dragnetting

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In one of the few examples of successful DNA dragnetting in the United States, Israel Moret was identified as being the perpetrator of a rape against a bedridden victim (http://www.eagletribune.com/news/sto...114/LN_001.htm). However, this dragnet was somewhat localized in terms of scope as the victim was an immobile and comatose patient in a nursing home; consequently the victim had contact with a relatively restricted group of men. Moret was among the 33 men, almost all staffers at the Town Manor Nursing Home who offered blood samples to investigators for DNA testing shortly after the 24-year-old woman gave birth (Id)