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I saw this today in searching for DNA stuff – Local doctor at center of lawsuit agrees to give up medical license: https://www.kjct8.com/content/news/564374431.html.
Reporter Chris Vanderveen spoke with Jones at his Grand Junction home in October. When asked if he would give a DNA sample, Jones replied, “No.”
When asked by the reporter why not, Jones said, “Because I don’t want to have any incriminating evidence against me.”
n a report provided by the Colorado Medical Board on Friday, Jones denied using “his own sperm to impregnate multiple patients.”
He also denied his practice “included artificial insemination.”
I don’t know if he did or did not do what he is accused of doing. To claim he didn’t, but then say “Because I don’t want to have any incriminating evidence against me.” raises the question in many people’s minds that he did what he has been accused of doing.
It will be interesting to see how the court rules on the case. The case may become moot if any someone close to the doctor has done DNA testing as the results may show he is or isn’t related to these individuals.