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New questions raised about mandatory DNA swabbing by police

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Lily Haskell was arrested while attending a peace rally in San Francisco in March 2009. Police took her fingerprints and swabbed the inside of her cheek to collect a sample of Haskell's DNA, which was entered into a state database and shared with a federal database run by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. She was never charged with a crime and was soon free to go. But her most private,...

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