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Lack of Madeleine's DNA in 5A

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Lack of Madeleine's DNA in 5A

Post by BlueBag on 14.09.14 9:24

Is it verifyably true that Madeleine's DNA could not be found in 5A for comparison purposes with the DNA found where the dogs indicated (yes the dogs found DNA).

Gerry went home to Leicester to get a pillow case for her DNA?

If that is the case, then why was there no DNA in the bed/on the pillowcase Madeliene was sleeping in all that week and supposedly that night?

Clean sheets?

Wasn't there something about washing sheets in the statements?
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Re: Lack of Madeleine's DNA in 5A

Post by joyce1938 on 14.09.14 9:37

I have a memory about the dna problems of maddie . As no one had found a sample and it seemed they felt it would be best to go back to the house and make sure of a sample to match with ,hence the pillowcaseon maddies bed . Yes iyt can be claimed that maybe its not her bed . They also at around that time received the kneedle prick one  from the maternity hospital ,which was done in England on every baby born . the results was as far as I can remember .the 2 matched ,so now should result in a way to identify her dna where ever it can be found. this is all by memory  ofcourse ,I believe it to be fairly accurate.hope this helps a bit .  just had another thought ,  will this tie up with blood spots behind settee,cant quite remember if they have been accepted as so ,one minute had been by dogs ,next its not clear .joyce1938
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Re: Lack of Madeleine's DNA in 5A

Post by BlueBag on 14.09.14 9:39

I want to know why the pillowcase from Leicester was better than the pillowcase from 5A.

My suspicion is the bed sheets were fresh and clean.
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Re: Lack of Madeleine's DNA in 5A

Post by Guest on 14.09.14 9:39

@joyce1938 wrote:I have a memory about the dna problems of maddie . As no one had found a sample and it seemed they felt it would be best to go back to the house and make sure of a sample to match with ,hence the pillowcaseon maddies bed . Yes iyt can be claimed that maybe its not her bed . They also at around that time received the kneedle prick one  from the maternity hospital ,which was done in England on every baby born . the results was as far as I can remember .the 2 matched ,so now should result in a way to identify her dna where ever it can be found. this is all by memory  ofcourse ,I believe it to be fairly accurate.hope this helps a bit .  just had another thought ,  will this tie up with blood spots behind settee,cant quite remember if they have been accepted as so ,one minute had been by dogs ,next its not clear .joyce1938

Does the ability to access the heel prick card of a nearly four year old child imply the existence of a de facto DNA database? How long do they keep these things for?
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Post by joyce1938 on 14.09.14 9:48

Better to go back to her home sothey said ,ofcourse at the apartment they could all have been bed swopping ,as others are talking about here . The dna was also taken from twins at some stage , and the reply was it wasn't either of twins ,but a daughter of the parents we are speaking of . Unless there was another daughter ,it had to be maddies .then the heel prick test ,I cant be certain that its stopped ,n no talk of it before it arrived there ,its a test to see if baby has a certain problem at birth ,really cant recall what ,but it was done on all ,even babies born at home .Not sure how to get to know how long they were kept either .T the time it seemed that it could be best to be done under the circumstances.Also proved that at least the child had been in the beds somewhere as some feel she never went to luz.   joyce1938
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