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May 03, 2007


jane doe

I do not want my name out there. I do not think the father in a legal marrage should be allowed the right for dna for the child born in the marrage. If there was an affair, the husband and wife may be trying to work things out. They do not need a one night stand to ruin this childs life. The child is accepted by the father, mother and siblings as their own. IF SHOULD BE LEFT UNSAID. The child should not be apart of a bad triangle. The husband is the husband and accepted the wife for better or worse, now they are working things out and worse is over. PLEASE POST NO DNA FOR FATHERS IN LEGAL MARRAGES

jane doe

correct to the last comment


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