Top 5 Veterans News: April 26th 2018

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  1. Police: Serial killer, Navy veteran identified by DNA from genealogy site. More than three decades after his trail went cold, one of California’s most prolific and elusive serial killers was caught when investigators matched crime-scene DNA with genetic material stored by a relative on an online genealogical site, prosecutors said Thursday.
  2. MGM Hires Veteran Participant Media Executive Ted Lim. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has hired veteran Participant Media executive Ted Lim to join the company on May 14 as senior vice president of strategic planning and corporate development.
  3. World’s first ever genital transplant performed on U.S. veteran in Maryland. A team of U.S. doctors has successfully carried out the world’s first total transplant of a penis and scrotum.
  4. Veteran Saskatoon police officer charged with sexual assault by Canadian military. A veteran Saskatoon police officer who is also a member of the Canadian Armed Forces has been charged with sexual assault.
  5. Veterans push lawmakers to legalize hemp products. Veterans are twice as likely as non-veterans to die from accidental overdoses involving prescription opioids.


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