Absi’s brother keeps insisting that “these people don't know how to carry out DNA tests, it's wrong, my brother is dead". Not to put much stock in the rants of a fanatic; it is always suspicious when "loved ones" insist the guy's dead, but the timing of the testing raises some quesions.
This was best raised in a comment to Abu Kais’ latest post, Ghassan pointed out that since the body in question, “A16, was taken to the morgue in Tripoli on 9/2/2007”, “specimen were not ready for the testing until say 9/4/2007” in the best of cases.
However, after the first tests that were carried out, discrepancies were reported on 9/6/2007. The announcement of the need to repeat the tests was then made on 9/7/2007. The second "results were announced on 9/10/2007”, which means that the Lebanese testing “might have been concluded on 9/9/2007”.
So the tests carried out in Lebanon took less than 5 days; the first cycle took 2 days, and the second cycle took 3 days.
...And if it pans out, how can we invest in this company?