DNA tests on seven dog hairs that were part of the forensic case against Wayne Williams strengthen the evidence that prosecutors used to tie Williams to 12 murders at his 1982 trial, Fulton County, Ga., District Attorney L. Paul Howard Jr. said Tuesday.

But a Williams lawyer who attended Howard’s news conference insisted that while the results don’t help his client, neither do they provide a conclusive link to Williams.

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