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NH facial recognition firm may have helped ID bombing suspects

Schuepp told The Sun although he doesn't know for certain if the company's software was used in implicating the brothers, he knows that the FBI does have Animetrics' software. The FBI uses Animetrics' software at its forensic laboratory in Quantico, Va. In addition, Schuepp said, the company donated facial recognition software last week after the bombings to the FBI's National Crime Information Center in Clarksburg, W. Va.


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