Seadog Posted 3 December , 2013 Share Posted 3 December , 2013 Right so that is agreed, just one small question how are you going to ensure that the DNA aspect in the last point actually takes place when circumstances permit? In the real world the British MOD have allowed at least 70 sets of human remains, partial or otherwise to accumulate and now intend to hold mass interments in 2014. This number includes the BL-15 and I have no doubt that the number has increased since the figures were first released by the CWGC. How do we know that with the exception of the BL-15 any of the others could have been subject to DNA analysis when the MOD operate a deliberate policy of secrecy and a complete lack if transparency with regards to the treatment of our dead. By the way do you really think that DNA profiling would be used when there is an unrealistic chance of identification? Bye Norman Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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