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Expert says suspect's DNA not found on gun used in Hudson murders

Chicago : IL : USA | May 02, 2012 at 7:51 PM PDT
Source: The Daily Herald
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The DNA of a man accused of killing actress Jennifer Hudsons mother, brother and nephew was not detected on the murder weapon, a forensic scientist testified Wednesday. Illinois State Police analyst Pauline Gordon said she tested the .45-caliber pistol and found a limited amount of DNA belonging... FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Herald
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Assistant State's Attorney James McKay is seen during a break in the trial of William Balfour, who is accused of killing three members of actress and singer Jennifer Hudson's family, at the Cook County Criminal Courthouse in Chicago
Assistant State's Attorney James McKay is seen during a break in the trial of William Balfour, who is accused of killing three members of actress and singer Jennifer Hudson's family, at the Cook County Criminal Courthouse in Chicago
 
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