Sarah Tofte

Researcher with the US Program, Human Rights Watch

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Researcher with the US Program at Human Rights Watch

Sarah Tofte on KCRW

In recent weeks, LAPD Chief William Bratton conceded that DNA evidence in 7,000 rape cases was stored in freezers without being examined.

Sheriff’s Department Has Backlog of Untested Rape Kits

In recent weeks, LAPD Chief William Bratton conceded that DNA evidence in 7,000 rape cases was stored in freezers without being examined.

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