Ann Coulter: Why Is Ancestry.com Protecting White Serial Killers?

Ann Coulter: Why Is Ancestry.com Protecting White Serial Killers?


This week, the New York Times reported on new laws in Maryland and Montana that restrict law enforcement’s use of genealogy databases to catch serial killers. (Maryland I can understand, but Montana? Has someone kidnapped Gov. Greg Gianforte?)

Some of the largest DNA databases — Ancestry, 23andMe, and Helix — already refuse to share their databases with the police without a court order.

I’m sorry, but why? What is their argument? Ancestry doesn’t want to lose the business of skittish serial killers?

Everyone agrees that these pro-criminal rules were a direct response to the “controversy” of law enforcement catching the Golden State Killer in 2018.

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Yes, it’s apparently controversial that the monster who terrorized California for decades, killing at least 13 people and raping dozens of women, was finally captured — with 100 percent accuracy — thanks to brilliant detective work and the miracle of DNA.

Sheriff’s investigator Paul Holes and

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