Boston Crime Lab Probed for Incorrect DNA Results

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation has been asked to examine a state crime lab administrator in Boston. The administrator is accused of mishandling DNA results in 25 sexual-assault cases. Jonathan Saltzman of The Boston Globe talks with Luke Burbank.

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