Yet Another DNA Test Confirms That a Negro was Responsible for a Decades-Old Rape and Murder

Charles Martel
Daily Stormer
June 3, 2019

So were darkies responsible for like 99% of all rape-murders in 20th century America?

Because that’s certainly what these neo-Nazi DNA tests seem to be finding.

LA Times:

A former Marine has been charged with the rape and murder of a 30-year-old woman in Orange County 43 years after her death, authorities said Friday.

Eddie Lee Anderson, 66, is charged with one count of murder with a special allegation of rape, according to the Orange County district attorney’s office. The criminal complaint was filed in Orange County Superior Court on May 24, the day Anderson was arrested at his home in River Ridge, La.

The file is under seal pending his extradition to California, the district attorney’s office said.

Anderson is in the custody of the Plaquemines Parish Sheriff’s Office in Louisiana and was scheduled for an extradition hearing Friday, authorities said.

Anderson is accused in the death of Leslie Penrod Harris, who disappeared the night of May 17, 1976, and was found strangled hours later.

In 2018, the Orange County Homicide Task Force began using genealogy tools to try to identify a suspect in Harris’ killing. Genealogical DNA testing seeks to find a person’s familial relationships or estimate his or her ethnic mixture.

Earlier this year, a lead enabled investigators to build a genealogy profile, and county homicide investigators, with the help of the FBI’s Investigative Genealogy Unit, were able to identify Anderson as a person of interest. FBI officials declined to comment Friday about the methods used to identify Anderson.

Further investigation led authorities to determine that Anderson had been enlisted in the Marines and lived at the El Toro base in the early 1970s. At the time Harris was killed, he lived less than a mile from the restaurant she visited the night of her death, officials said.

Additional information about Anderson’s military service was not immediately available Friday.

Orange County sheriff’s officials traveled to Louisiana last week to interview him. He was arrested after volunteering to provide a DNA sample, authorities said.

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