Watch the following videos: TedTalk: 'Exploring Bias in Forensic DNA Profiling' presented by Dan Kane Is this content not working? Youtube Video: Why We Can't Always Trust DNA Evidence Is this content not working? Consider the problems that both videos identify with the use of DNA evidence. Then read the article ‘The False Promise of DNA Testing’ by Matthew Shaer in The Atlantic. Read the article ‘Framed for Murder by His Own DNA’by Katie Worth on Wired Conduct your own research on problems with DNA evidence, and find at least one example where DNA evidence has been used in such a way that it resulted in a wrongful conviction. In the forum, reflect on the problems with DNA evidence and post your critical thoughts on: How reliable is DNA evidence? What problems does DNA evidence present? What was the example you found of DNA evidence resulting in a wrongful conviction? What caused this? Do you think DNA evidence is well understood? Your posts must be informed by research, and a list of your sources should be included at the end of your post in Chicago Manual of Style author-date format.