Seeking clues to violence in the genome of Newtown gunman

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The following is an editorial summary.

Geneticists at the University of Connecticut are quietly making plans to study the DNA of the Newtown gunman, in an effort to discover biological clues to mental illness and extreme violence. The move will likely renew a longstanding ethical controversy.

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