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Is SM’s identity too close to home ?

SA Major Crimes unexpectedly reversed their permission for Blackie to examine the harvested DNA hair samples and took possession of them seventeen months ago, since then, nothing.

Might the official silence be made necessary because they now know who he is, and that knowledge makes them uncomfortable enough to suppress their findings?

Were they fearful Blackie might have exposed the identity of a man a little too close to home?

It wouldn’t be the first time evidence has been suppressed in this case. First it was Harkness’ name, then the identity of the owner of the car the Rubaiyat was tossed into. In addition, a photo of the unmarked code page has never been produced.

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