This may not be a new question but I don’t think it has been asked in quite this way. Only the police investigators can answer it but my guess is that they will not because of the “active” status of this case.
Is it true that of the dozens of DNA samples taken from the Burns house after the murder, there is one that has not been identified?
Tomorrow, we will ask a follow-up question based on my personal opinion about the answer to this DNA query. In the meantime, anyone out there is welcome to share an opinion, or, better yet, facts about this issue.
Until tomorrow . . .
No, and there isn’t 23 that have either. DNA has never been an issue. I remember early on when something came out in the press (not by the state) that there were ‘dozens’ of samples found ? My thought at the time was ‘why not have everyone that has been in there lately give samples?’ but that NEVER happened. Just more smoke & mirrors. This case was solved in the first 48 hrs. the police did their job.