||Mr. Lipinski was accused of sexually abusing a young girl over
a six-year period.
||Several items of clothing were collected from the victim and
||The Allegheny County crime lab developed DNA data from Lipinski's T-shirt and the girl's bra.
||The crime lab could not produce any match statistics because the people who contributed their DNA to the mixtures were related.
||The computer separated the mixture data into genetic components. TrueAllele connected the man's T-shirt to the girl with a match statistic of 10.5 quadrillion, and her bra to Lipinski with a match statistic of 5 million.
||On September 10, 2014, Dr. Mark Perlin testified at the Allegheny County trial about the DNA match statistics in this case.
||Mr. Lipinski was found guilty of rape by forcible compulsion, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with a person younger than 16, statutory sexual assault, and incest. He was sentenced to 40 to 80 years in prison.