Your Child's DNA: Who Has it?
By Bob Segall / wthr.com
Jul 8, 2014

As word of an Eyewitness News investigation spreads through Holliday Park, parents admit they are surprised.

"You're kidding, right? I had no idea," said Ramon Moore, playing catch with his 7-year-old son, Xavier.
"I didn't know that at all," agreed Holly Ruth, holding her 3-month old son, Lincoln.
"Nobody ever told me," echoed Mallory Ervin, chasing her 4-year-old son, Theo, on the playground.

Xavier, Lincoln, Theo and millions of other Indiana children all have something in common: the state of Indiana is storing their blood and DNA in an undisclosed state warehouse.

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Your Child's DNA: Who Has it?