Written by Clarke Kent
The debate has begun – Inquiring Mind in a comment in a post entitled “RN’s DNA Testing For Violent Felonies is a Fine Line” post date Jan 18, 2015, reveals to readers that the possible DNA changes are in the discussion stages. Inquiring Mind also tells us that the proposed law will be heard on Jan 28, 2015, by the VA House Committee and includes violent misdemeanors and possible major traffic violations.
Moles disagrees in a comment on a post entitled “The Evolving DNA Debate” post date Jan 19, 2015 stating “Sorry to differ but they have started.” This difference of opinion is healthy in their debate and Justice will endeavor to get legal confirmation on this issue.
Inquiring Mind further states “the major issue with expansion of included charges/conviction allowing DNA collection tare that they will not include past arrest and/or convictions.”
Inquiring Mind continues “If this bill passes and eventually becomes a law, Shellie’s killer(s) still may not end up in the database. Why? They will need to commit, yet another, crime to finally meet collection standards.” These guys are stupid yet smart. They have managed to not get caught on a lot of what they do that would require testing and have managed to find some sort of restraint to avoid meeting DNA collection status having family members as their consulting attorney on this murder has taught them a lot and what not to do.”
The bottom line for Justice and the LE is patience could indicate that we wait for the killer(s) to commit another violent attack after the new legislation goes into effect. This may be the bottom line however, isn’t it vile to think that another victim will be sacrificed before we can obtain justice for Shellie. However there may be an alternative to just waiting for the killer to commit another violent crime. Let’s explore!