Omaha Denies Racism In DNA Serial Killer Search

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Omaha police are collecting DNA samples from black men in a serial rapist investigation, prompting charges of racial profiling. The Omaha World-Herald says the search involves black workers for the Omaha Public Power District and others. Police say they are not going door-to-door to collect DNA or conducting random sweeps. Each man has been approached, they say, because of a specific investigative lead. Those being asked for samples don't understand the rhyme or reason - beyond their race - for the testing. "This is a witch hunt, and it's ridiculous," said Damion Davis, 30, a painter . . .

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