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June 25, 2013 at 9:45 AM

Rewind: Live chat about the Jane Doe case

In Sunday’s Seattle Times, reporter Maureen O’Hagan wrote about a woman who died in Texas after assuming a new identity in the Pacific Northwest some 20 years earlier. Investigators and her family have not yet been able to discover her true identity. You can sort through some of the evidence.

O’Hagan and Joe Velling, special agent in charge of the Seattle investigations office of the Social Security Administration, held a live chat about the case.

 

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