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From: Margaret Saunders <>
Subject: Re: Re: [DNA] Thomas Jefferson DNA
Date: Fri, 2 Jun 2006 15:00:08 -0700 (PDT)
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Dennis Cunniff <> wrote: > writes:
> part of the DNA testing in the Jefferson/Hemmings matter was also
> to include
> descendants of one of either Madison Hemmings (or another brother
> -- I can't
> quite remember).
> And responds:
> Right you are. And it turned out the brother they thought was
> wasn't but another had the right DNA. Last I heard, the "suspect"
> father is
> Jefferson's nephew, I believe.
Yes, but, he's only "suspect" *because* he has the right DNA. Rather
than admit that the result supports the pre-test hypothesis it was
designed to test (the paternity of Thomas Jefferson), the "Official"
Jeffersons have developed a new theory, based on their unwillingness
to accept that Jefferson fathered children upon one of his slaves,
and their unwillingness to let black folk be buried in the family
Dennis J. Cunniff
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