Decades-old slaying of Righteous Brothers singer’s ex solved

LOS ANGELES — Investigators used a argumentative DNA contrast process to solve a decades-old murdering of a ex-wife of Righteous Brothers thespian Bill Medley, a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said.

Karen Klaas was pounded Jan. 30, 1976 as she returned to her home in Hermosa Beach. The 32-year-old was intimately assaulted, strangled with her pantyhose and never regained consciousness. She died a few days after during a hospital.

The sheriff’s dialect pronounced Friday that a box “was solved by a use of patrimonial DNA, that identified a killer,” though supposing no other details.

The technique, that has lifted reliable issues in a forensics community, allows investigators to hunt law coercion databases to brand approaching kin of a chairman who might have committed a crime.

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Law coercion officials have argued a technique can yield profitable leads to investigators.

The Righteous Brothers, Bobby Hatfield, left, and Bill Medley perform during a 18th Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame initiation rite Monday, Mar 10, 2003, during New York's Waldorf Astoria.

The Righteous Brothers, Bobby Hatfield, left, and Bill Medley perform during a 18th Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame initiation rite Monday, Mar 10, 2003, during New York’s Waldorf Astoria.

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A sheriff’s mouthpiece would not contend Friday dusk either investigators had rigourously done an detain in a box and declined to brand a suspect.

Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell, District Attorney Jackie Lacey and other officials are approaching to recover additional information during a news discussion Monday.

Sheriff’s investigators, seeking assistance from a open in 2009, pronounced dual witnesses speckled a shaggy-haired, bearded male in a ditch cloak and blue jeans withdrawal a house, though a male was never seen again.

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Officials pronounced they were means to winnow together a DNA form of Klaas’ torpedo though in 2009 pronounced it hadn’t matched anyone in a inhabitant DNA database.

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