DNA testing for all

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There are two fair possibilities for forensic DNA testing: everyone or no one.

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We thank Julian Savulescu (Murdoch Children's Research Institute) and James Robertson (Australian Federal Police) for helpful comments, but the views expressed are those of the authors only.

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