Forensics: Genetic phenotyping takes another hit. Man in sketch doesn’t look like suspect in killing of Sherry Black | KUTV

The commercial software and gene-reading developer says otherwise. What a joke.

HTwenty-nine-year-old Adam Durborrow, the man arrested on suspicion of killing South Salt Lake bookstore owner Sherry Black in 2010, bears no resemblance to a suspect sketch released three years ago. The sketch, created by a company called Parabon NanoLabs, shows a Black man. The description on the sketch says his ancestry is African-American. Durborrow, according to his booking information, is Asian.
— Read on kutv.com/news/local/man-in-sketch-doesnt-look-like-suspect-in-killing-of-sherry-black

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Dr. Michael Bowers is a long time forensic consultant in the US and international court systems.
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