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Guilty Blood: Rick Acker

A young man is accused of killing a lethal gang member except he never came in contact with his person and never met him. So, why was he arrested and framed for the murder? DNA is sourced and Analyzed and investigator as in this case, before going to his apartment while doing research and homework for a course he was taking at Berkley University, Brandon Ames is startled when told he committed murder. Investigators collected DNA evidence from several different sources. Biological evidence of any type contains DNA and not every sample has enough amounts of DNA to create an accurate profile.

Author Rick Acker brings to light the impact of DNA testing and profiling in this rifting novel of corruption, fraud, deceit and what happens when one young man is accused of murder because his DNA markers come close to that of the victim. Brandon…

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