||On May 6, 2013, local rapper Lawrence Short (29) and friend Tyrone Coleman (18) were fatally shot on a Duquesne porch.
||A discarded black bandana was collected from the crime scene.
||The Allegheny Crime lab developed complex DNA mixture data from the bandana.
||The lab was unable to interpret the mixture data, and drew no conclusions from the DNA evidence.
||On the same data, TrueAllele separated out genotypes,
connecting the bandana Michael Robinson with a match statistic of 1.49 billion.
|| Following a pre-trial hearing, the defense was denied access
to TrueAllele's source code. On November 19, 2015, Dr. Mark Perlin testified before court in Duquesne, Pennsylvania.
||The court found Robinson not guilty. On February 7, 2017,
Robinson was acquitted of homicide.