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originally posted by: CCKP72
The first document I have opened is this one: Link to DNA PDF
Does anyone know why Adam Lanza's name be in quotes? His mother's name, Nancy Lanza, is not. Why would there be a differnence?
Sorry if it's a dumb question...just struck me as being very odd. Thanks!
to mark off a word or phrase that’s being discussed, or that’s being directly quoted from somewhere else.
originally posted by: toidiem
I had a bit of concern too when I saw the name in quotes. But because the samples match, I let it go.. I figured it was due to not having a relative on-site that could ID the body. They would not have wanted to bring the brother or father there for ID. Taking the sample from the liver should not have been necessary if the person had just died. But since the 2 Lanza autopsies were not done until the following day, a tissue sample does not seem unreasonable, and they had easy access to it. I don't see this as an issue unless someone has good evidence that Adam's body wasn't found in the school that day (which is unlikely).