||On June 15, 2014, two girls, 9 and 12, were lured into a truck with candy. They were sexually assaulted.
||Swabs were taken from the hands of Louie Branco, 52. He was charged with aggravated felonious sexual assault.
||The New Hampshire State Police Forensic Lab developed DNA data from the hand swabs.
||Due to the complexity of the mixture data, the laboratory could not produce DNA match statistics.
||The computer connected Branco’s hands to both victims. The match statistics were 316 quadrillion and 33 septillion.
||On June 9, 2016, Dr. Mark Perlin testified at the Kingston, New Hampshire trial about the TrueAllele match statistics.
||Branco was convicted on two counts with TrueAllele evidence, but not on the other three charges. He was sentenced to 20-40 years in prison.