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Andrej Stoilovski

DNA on a weapon

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Dear all,
I am kindly asking you to help me get the answer of one question. 
Is it possible a high blood concentration to an object to destroy the DNA profiles (from other person) left on it, before the same object was covered in blood?
It is very important for me to receive this information, because an innocent person may be accused for a murder that was not committed and is actually a suicide.
Thank you in advance for your answers.
I wish you all the best.

 

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What do you mean by destroyed?

If you mix 2 billion DNA molecules of one person with one DNA molecule of another person the later will surely be hard to find - but that does not mean it is destroyed.

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