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Exactly, you don’t know. So why not follow up on such a rich possibility? This is a certain scientific route to testing your Qvale hypothesis. Everything else is just subjective at the end of the day. Labs typically retain the isolated DNA in freezer. The isolated DNA will contain both nuclear and mtDNA. If they kept it, the probability of obtaining a mtDNA profile is 100% (easy sample). If not, then any reference sample from any maternal relative of Qvale will have the same mtDNA type as him.Mike99 wrote:Hi,
What reference sample are you talking about? Do you think they kept samples from KQ in 2002? ABC probably had to destroy anything they took from him after the show by contractual agreement. I'd be very surprised if the nuclear DNA results from KQ survived past October 18, 2002. And who knows if they did mt-DNA testing on him...
Seems like you're giving it away(conclusion). Unless you're using a fake name which is cool so then whoever reads it will still have curiosity about it.Bolt wrote: Mike's book is tremendous. It's worth it for the serial killer profiling section alone.
Whether you agree with his Kjell Qvale person-of-interest or not, this is one of the most comprehensively researched true crime books you will run across.
And even for the doubters - he makes a provocative case for Qvale.
A few examples would be:
- Qvale's threatening letter to the Chronicle.
- Qvale reportedly writing on monarch paper
- the old Norse SLA reference in the Zodiac letter
- odd Qvale-related behavior from Officer Pelissetti
- Qvale reportedly stating he was in England the night of the Stine murder
And the book is entertainingly and logical written.