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Saliva could play key role in Schoharie limo crash investigation

Saliva could play key role in Schoharie limo crash investigation

May 24, 2019 07:06 PM

New court documents in the case of the Schoharie limousine crash show saliva could be a key to the prosecution's case.

The defense denying a request for a saliva sample from defendant Nauman Hussain, saying prosecution is trying to establish he removed an out of service sticker that had been placed on the limo before the crash.

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The memo adding Hussain's alleged removal of the sticker is "not relevant to the question of his guilt or innocence."

Hussain, the business operator of the limo company involved in the crash, is pleading not guilty to 40 felony counts.

The state says the limo should not have been on the road.

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