Quote: Originally Posted by JamesBondo
I have a problem with this because it implies that I might be deemed guilty of an offense simply if an officer with poor aim manages to hit me instead of the guy next to me.
So what's new? Just getting nabbed by cops then fingerprinted and whatnot before you even see a courtroom automatically implies guilt.
But anyway, so the cop with bad aim says he/she missed the one they were trying to shoot.
Quote: Originally Posted by karrie
What a misleading title. They're tagging you with OTHER dna, and an ultraviolet paint, not taking your dna. Scary stuff. The only way that will help them identify you days down the road is if the dna actually binds with your own in some way.
That DNA would enter your bloodstream and eventually end up in all the organs, including skin and even in the hair. It would stay in some of those places in a person for quite a while. So if they manage to get the perp's blood, spit or whatever and find the alien DNA that matches the one they shot, the perp's as good as nabbed.