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On Thursday, January 17, 2002, at 03:40 , Keith Henson wrote:
> I am not sure that fully understanding the biological roots of
> the problem will lead to solutions either, but it does seem
> like the best long range approach available.
I believe this is why criminal investigation has turned to
profiling, among other things.
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