posted on Nov, 25 2009 @ 11:28 AM
I ran a search on ATS for anything about this being posted yet, so here you go.
Some interesting snippets:
Conservative Home Office spokesman James Brokenshire said Gordon Brown's government had allowed the DNA database to grow "for the sake of it,
regardless of guilt or innocence."
"Under Labor's surveillance state, everyone is treated as a potential suspect," he said.
"It is not clear how far holding DNA profiles on a central database improves police investigations."
Hoo boy. I wonder if the ol' USA will be following in step with the UK on this one? My fellow posters...your thoughts?