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Asked whether requests for DNA samples could be seen as an invasion of privacy, Leon said the need to solve the case trumps those concerns.“We respect the fact that someone may wish to say no,” he said, but “each and every person who is approached has a moral obligation to participate.”The has also learned that the OPP have studied the Toronto police investigation into the slaying of 10-year-old Holly Jones in 2003 and how police caught the man after he refused to provide a DNA sample.
Michael Briere, who was 35 at the time of his arrest, was one of only two men out of 300 who refused to provide a sample and aroused suspicion because of it.
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