Joe Paull jpaull@ledger-enquirer.com
District Attorney Julia Slater examines the DNA evidence from the handle of the knife with forensic biologist, Katherine L. Cross, during the seventh day of the Kareem Lane cold case murder trial.
Joe Paull jpaull@ledger-enquirer.com District Attorney Julia Slater examines the DNA evidence from the handle of the knife with forensic biologist, Katherine L. Cross, during the seventh day of the Kareem Lane cold case murder trial. jpaull@ledger-enquirer.com
Joe Paull jpaull@ledger-enquirer.com District Attorney Julia Slater examines the DNA evidence from the handle of the knife with forensic biologist, Katherine L. Cross, during the seventh day of the Kareem Lane cold case murder trial. jpaull@ledger-enquirer.com

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