How genetic genealogist found the true identity of missing child

Barbara Rae-Venter, a genetic genealogist, discovered the true identity of a little girl linked to a serial killer.
0:52 | 03/19/20

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In the time that I started working on this case police who is about to define yourself. Armor and expands and thousands and thousands of hours trying to figure around the coup releasing its related to him she builds a family tree and ultimately it leads you mean man. In New Hampshire it was leases grandfather. I was contacted 1 day I am I nephew. And he would work military shared their apartment California. And days the question could be doing DNA. And it is they do now is the actual grant. An armory there are us. He had a daughter named Denise Pollard and Denise whose leases. You're moving.

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