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Dutch court allows DNA tests for paternity cases involving fertility doctor

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 Cinnamon    16,092

This is a really insidious crime. 

 

 A Dutch court on Friday ruled that DNA tests can be performed on the late director of a shuttered Netherlands fertility clinic as part of a collective of paternity cases.

The court in Rotterdam said forensic experts may begin developing a DNA profile for Jan Karbaat, director of the former Medisch Centrum Bijdorp fertility clinic. The profile will be developed from Karbaat's personal items.

The court's ruling is part of continuing legal action from more than 20 people who believe Karbaat may be their biological father -- having donated his own sperm at his clinic. Karbaat resisted efforts to develop his DNA for legal purposes before he died at age 89 in April, and his widow has also opposed the idea.

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 Ukshep    14,354
3 hours ago, Cinnamon said:

This is a really insidious crime. 

 

 A Dutch court on Friday ruled that DNA tests can be performed on the late director of a shuttered Netherlands fertility clinic as part of a collective of paternity cases.

The court in Rotterdam said forensic experts may begin developing a DNA profile for Jan Karbaat, director of the former Medisch Centrum Bijdorp fertility clinic. The profile will be developed from Karbaat's personal items.

The court's ruling is part of continuing legal action from more than 20 people who believe Karbaat may be their biological father -- having donated his own sperm at his clinic. Karbaat resisted efforts to develop his DNA for legal purposes before he died at age 89 in April, and his widow has also opposed the idea.

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http://www.upi.com/Top_News/World-News/2017/06/02/Dutch-court-allows-DNA-tests-for-paternity-cases-involving-fertility-doctor/2571496429946/?utm_source=sec&utm_campaign=sl&utm_medium=2

Against his wishes.... A violation If I ever saw one!

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