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New DNA Evidence ‘Breakthrough’ in 35-Year-Old Unsolved Murder of Dana Bradley

Dana Bradley, pictured at 14 on the left. A younger image of the murdered girl is on the right.
Dana Bradley, pictured at 14 on the left. A younger image of the murdered girl is on the right.

One of the largest unsolved murder cases in Canada has had its first major breakthrough in decades  New DNA evidence has surfaced in the 35-year-old murder case...




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