Albemarle Sheriff Chip Harding calls for change in DNA collection procedures

Albemarle County Sheriff Chip Harding said he wants to see an expansion of the Virginia DNA databanks.Harding said he believes that if Jesse Matthew had his DNA collected in 2010 when he was charged with a misdemeanor, the DNA would have matched the 2005 sexual assault case.
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Virginia maintains budget stalemate

Negotiations on the Virginia budget remain at a stalemate, with the contention over Medicaid expansion bringing Richmond to a continued partisan standstill. ...
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  • Sabrina No Source said:

    Jackie lied about the rape to make Randall jealous. Why are editors of the student newspaper at Jefferson's university so afraid of the truth?
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  • James Roberts said:

    Falsely accusing others of assault is a crime. The fallout from this is going to keep raining down on Jackie and UVa for years. Cavalier Daily has not ...
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  • Carrie Clarke said:

    Publishing this in the school newspaper is extremely callous and insulting to all of the other UVa students and faculty (Dean Eramo) who have been harmed ...
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  • HallieJane said:

    Dear Cavalier Daily: Where on God's green earth have you been. No one was in a better position to discover Jackie was lying - Was there a party that ...
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  • CrazyD said:

    The Washington Post has a bombshell today where it was revealed that Jackie made up the UVA Junior in order to get "Randall" jealous and interested in ...
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