This Nov. 30, 2012, file photo, taken in Chicago shows three vials of serial killer John Wayne Gacy’s blood discovered by Cook County Sheriff’s Detective Jason Moran. The sheriff’s office has been working for years to discover the names of Gacy’s unidentified victims and a Texas lab created DNA profiles to help in the process. So far, one of eight has been identified. As part of the investigation, Moran has cleared 11 other cold cases across America that had nothing to do with Gacy.
This Nov. 30, 2012, file photo, taken in Chicago shows three vials of serial killer John Wayne Gacy’s blood discovered by Cook County Sheriff’s Detective Jason Moran. The sheriff’s office has been working for years to discover the names of Gacy’s unidentified victims and a Texas lab created DNA profiles to help in the process. So far, one of eight has been identified. As part of the investigation, Moran has cleared 11 other cold cases across America that had nothing to do with Gacy. M. Spencer Green AP
This Nov. 30, 2012, file photo, taken in Chicago shows three vials of serial killer John Wayne Gacy’s blood discovered by Cook County Sheriff’s Detective Jason Moran. The sheriff’s office has been working for years to discover the names of Gacy’s unidentified victims and a Texas lab created DNA profiles to help in the process. So far, one of eight has been identified. As part of the investigation, Moran has cleared 11 other cold cases across America that had nothing to do with Gacy. M. Spencer Green AP

Unintended result: Gacy probe clears 11 unrelated cold cases

December 27, 2015 11:22 AM