No genetic evidence of Angeles Rawson was found in Mangeri’s car
Argentina, August 19, 2013
According to judicial sources in the case, none of the hairs that were collected in Mangeri’s car could be identified with the genetic profile of Angeles.
Official experts, through judicial sources confirmed to the media that no traces of genetic evidence were found in the basement of the building where she used to live or the car of the accused Jorge Mangeri.
Thus, the Genetic Fingerprint Service of the Faculty of Pharmacy and Biochemistry, of the University of Buenos Aires presented its conclusions on samples collected by investigators of crime in the basement of Ravignani 2360 and the Renault Megane.
In both places the experts took hair samples to verify its origin and found that did not belong to Angeles Rawson.
These results are part of the studies that were performed to try to evaluate the hypothesis that the girl had been murdered in the basement and then moved in that vehicle.