DNA from Sarah Fox murder scene matches Occupy Wall Street subway protester(s) in March
Ok, so what’s the new Occupy Wall Street chant going to be? Hey Hey, ho ho, DNA matching has got to go!? Amazingly, this report comes from NBC. Their story claims that DNA matching the “trail” left by smelly, slimy Occupy Wall Street protesters in the New York Subway system last March matches that of the DNA collected at the 2004 Sarah Fox murder scene.
Officials have linked forensic evidence from the 2004 murder scene of a 21-year-old Juilliard student to the scene of a recent Occupy Wall Street subway vandalism, NBC 4 New York has learned.
Investigators have connected DNA evidence from the scene of Sarah Fox’s murder in Inwood Hill Park eight years ago to DNA collected at the scene of an Occupy Wall Street subway station vandalism in March, NBC 4 New York was first to report.
Fox was found nude and strangled in the park in May 2004, days after she disappeared during a daytime jog. Investigators recovered her pink CD player in the woods just yards from her body.
Can’t say I’m surprised in the least.