U.K. police accused of wrongly taking DNA of gay men
LONDON — In 1983, Stephen Close was arrested, jailed and expelled from the British army for having sex with a male squad mate.
Three decades later, police tracked him down to the northern England city of Salford and demanded a sample of his DNA.
Close, now 50 and openly gay, said he was shocked.
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