(PRWEB UK) 20 January 2014
According to the article in The Telegraph dated 11th December 2013 by Sarah Knapton, in August 2013, detectives arrested Aftab and Mohammed Asghar, both 22, after recovering DNA from the jumper of 17–year–old girl who was allegedly attacked by at least three men in a Reading park at night. Seeing as identical twins share the same DNA, it was impossible to determine which one of them was involved in the crime, or if they both took part. Until now geneticists have not been able to prove that identical twins - also known as monozygotic twins - are not genetically identical, just based on DNA evidence. But in a breakthrough a forensic laboratory found the subtle difference at a genetic level which could prove vital in solving crimes and paternity cases involving identical twins. All charges were dropped against Atfab Asghar but Mohammed Atfab was charged with rape at Reading Crown Court 3rd December 2013 case number T20137086
Dr Bruno Poddevin, Senior Vice-President of the Genomic Services division and head of the Forensics laboratory at Eurofins, said: "Eurofins scientists are the first to proof that monozygotic twins are genetically not absolutely identical. As the only provider worldwide Eurofins can now offer DNA forensic and paternity testing to discriminate identical twins to authorities, courts and individuals.” This means that identical twins need never again be tried for the same crime after scientists found first proof that they are not genetically the same.
In light of these events, London Private Investigators (http://www.london-privateinvestigators.co.uk) offers its clients the services of DNA testing, among its many other services.
Chief Investigator at London Private Investigators, Ronnie Stewart said, “Many cases that our private investigators handle involve problems which can be solved by taking a simple DNA test. By analyzing the DNA samples, our experts can determine whether the two people who gave their DNA share the same genetic material, or simply put, if they are related." Ronnie went on to say, “DNA test come in handy if our clients have doubts regarding paternity, or when a person wants to find their biological parents, or vice versa.”
By comparing genetic material, in a controlled environment, using the right samples, London Private Investigators are able to confirm with a near 100 percent certainty if the client is indeed related to the other person. There are also many other reasons why one would want to take a DNA test, such as clearing their name and proving their innocence in a crime that they didn’t commit. The results provided are fully admissible in court and can be used as evidence material.
London Private Investigators and its teams of highly capable highly capable private investigators recognize the importance and the demand for DNA tests, and provide clients with the services. In today’s world, it is easy to manipulate facts and data, but when it comes to DNA testing, nothing beats science. So, if you are in a situation which requires the help of a professional, give Ronnie a call on 020 7127 0406 or email him at r.stewart(at)london-privateinvestigators.co.uk to arrange a private consultation at:
London Private Investigators
London, SW1H 0PH.