Funding for cold cases, missing persons getting cut
POSTED 12:35 PM, NOVEMBER 3, 2016, BY SARAH STEWART, UPDATED AT 07:44PM, NOVEMBER 3, 2016
OKLAHOMA - Anthropologists in our state said it will be a blow to solving cold cases in our state.
They’ve just learned a federal grant that funds DNA testing for missing persons will no longer be funded.
The grant is through the National Institute of Justice and is called Using DNA Technology To Identify the Missing.
It provides $4.7 million for the entire country and has been in existence since 2004.
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