And of course, I'm a person that lets everyone inside my mouth...unlike you who is selective. I mean really. Here's a tip. Don't arrested and you won't have to worry about it now will you?
I guess I just don't really care. I'd go and leave a sample now. I abide by the laws so even if falsely accused I have nothing to hide. For all we know, it may work out for many people who are falsely accused if the dna doesn't match.
Last edited by Spacers; 02-19-2013 at 07:36 PM.
70% of the U.S. population now lives in a state where same-sex marriage is legal. At 36 and counting!
I agree and I said (or thought I said) that it should only be done if you are already being fingerprinted. If I'm in the police van, I wouldn't expect a DNA swab or to be fingerprinted.
If I'm being booked, I expect that I'm fingerprinted then and if the law is in place swabbed for DNA.
I just don't agree that a DNA swab is that much of an invasion into my privacy.
Update: Supreme Court rules DNA collection is legal from those who are arrested.
Supreme Court rules police can take DNA swabs from those arrested | Fox News
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