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    Post  ivyivy on Fri Mar 05, 2010 8:41 am

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    Today's THV is exploring putting a name to the unidentified. There are dozens of remains sitting at the State Crime Lab. Some were found more than 30 years ago. But who are they?
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    They are the forgotten. They're skeletons, the remnants of possible crimes or tragic accidents.

    "I think if we have 10 that is too many," says crime lab Executive Director Kermit Channell.

    They are snapshots of clues; clothing, tattoos, teeth and reconstructed faces.

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    Today's THV first learned about the 107 unidentified remains after a viewer told us about NamUs.gov. Its data is entered by the crime lab. It lists unidentified persons across the country including in Arkansas. You can also find case history like when and where they the remains were found, a clothing description and dental information.

    Last October, we brought you Pamela Golden's story. She disappeared from Little Rock in 1993. Her body was never found. But Golden's sister, Rita Hall, recently gave her DNA to see if it matches any of the remains at the crime lab.

    Hall says, "I know exactly what she had on that day. If I saw it today, I would know."

    While she waits, Channell is calling on the state's coroners and law enforcement agencies to do what they can to collect DNA from those whose loved ones are missing.

    "If you have a family member that is missing and your DNA is not in that codus missing person database then there is not going to be that connection to solve that case or identify that individual."

    In the last two years, the state crime lab received funding to launch this program and make sure every detail about these cases gets in the NamUs database. So far, they've solved two.

    "As long as laboratories are diligent in putting the samples in and putting the samples into NamUs, I think this program itself is going to have a dramatic impact across the country," Channell says.

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    Channell's ultimate goal is to give them back their names and give their families peace.

    Our series airs every Wednesday. Its part of our continuing effort to shed light on the state's countless unsolved murders and missing persons cases.

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