VETERAN SURVIVES WWI ONLY TO BE MURDERED ON AMERICAN SOIL
On June 23rd, 1983, ninety two year old, WWI survivor, Edmund Schreiber was strangled to death with his own ties, in his own bedroom, by an American woman.
The murder went unsolved until August of this year, 2016.
It was then that newly tested DNA evidence pinpointed the murderer and identified the the killer as a 17 year old teenage girl named Saundra Adams.
Saundra, who is now 50 years old and the mother of two adult children, was charged Wednesday with second-degree murder in the slaying of a man who had once been honored with the Purple Heart Medal.
DNA REVEALS THE SECRET OF THAT NIGHT LONG AGO
Saundra's DNA was found on some of the neckties used to strangle Mr. Schreiber to death. Her fingerprints were also found on a dresser. This new DNA evidence, received from a lab just two weeks ago, from a necktie and the dresser, linked Saundra to the three-decade-old, unsolved murder.
Adams was arrested but plead 'not guilty' to the crime. She denies any involvement in Mr. Schreiber's death.
It will be interesting to see if this new DNA evidence will finally identify the murderer of a hero.
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