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A determined cop who was the original investigator into the murder of Krystal Beslanowitch 18 years ago in Utah helped bring resolution to this case. As The Huffington Post reports, Sheriff Todd Bonner just couldn’t let the case go. Beslanowitch was 17 years old when she died from a crushing blow to the skull. A prostitute, her body was found in 1995 along the Provo River. Leads at the time only led to dead-ends, but investigators finally got somewhere in 2013, when new forensic technologies, taking a full day, were used to extract touch DNA from the granite rock that crushed her skull.
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In fact, a tool called a forensic vacuum allowed for the DNA extraction. The DNA matched to a Joseph Michael Simpson, who had been a resort bus driver in the area at the time. Simpson, now 46, was arrested in Florida in September of this year.
On September 29, 2016, all these years after the murder, a jury found Simpson guilty of the murder of Krystal Beslanowitch. Until the DNA connection was made using the M-Vac technology, Simpson was never linked or suspected in the murder. It’s quite likely that without the M-vac in this case, Simpson would still be a free man. And Krystal’s family would still be without justice in her murder.
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