A photo illustration from an ad on Backpage.com, with its caption superimposed. The caption, which is misspelled, translates from Spanish into “come play with me.”
A photo illustration from an ad on Backpage.com, with its caption superimposed. The caption, which is misspelled, translates from Spanish into “come play with me.” Backpage
A photo illustration from an ad on Backpage.com, with its caption superimposed. The caption, which is misspelled, translates from Spanish into “come play with me.” Backpage

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  • Police can obtain DNA samples from genetic testing companies

    With a warrant, police can request DNA samples from companies like Ancestry.com and 23andMe when it is needed for a a judicial investigation.