||On March 19, 2015, 23 year old Julia 'Zoe' Anderson died of a
single stab wound to her chest in a New Orleans McDonald's restaurant parking lot.
||A water bottle was recovered from the crime scene.
||The Louisiana State Police Crime Lab developed DNA data from the water bottle, a mixture of at least two people.
||The lab's mixture interpretation could not produce a match statistic from the bottle's DNA mixture data.
||On the same DNA data, Cybergenetics TrueAllele® computer found the mixture was 50% Hutsell and 25% Anderson. By placing them both together at the murder scene, TrueAllele corroborated eyewitness testimony, contradicting Hutsell's claim he wasn't there.
||On November 12, 2015, Cybergenetics Dr. Mark Perlin testified about the TrueAllele results before a New Orleans jury.
||The jury convicted Hutsell on November 17 of second-degree murder. He faces a mandatory sentence of life in prison.