When smalltown family physician, Dr John Schneeberger, was accused of rape, DNA tests proved that he was innocent. Or was he?
When family physician Dr John Schneeberger was accused of drugging and raping a patient, people in the small town of Kipling, Saskatchewan refused to believe it. He volunteered a blood sample to be tested against DNA evidence and it was not a match. However, the victim refused to give up. Two further tests showed that he was innocent, but was he?
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