Monday Quiz 32 – DNA and Christmas Breaks

January 28, 2008 at 12:00 am Leave a comment

On this week last year (January 28 to February 3, 2007):

  • Why did the Gardai have to drop charges against a man suspected of rape, despite DNA evidence matching his own being found at the scene?
  • What major Irish institution returned to work after a six-week Christmas break?
  • A new law was proposed to curb pyramid schemes. How many people lost how much money in the previous year in pyramid schemes in Cork, Kerry and Clare?
  • What Irish film won an Award at the Sundance Film Festival?
  • A report revealed that how many Irish births are delivered by Caesarean Section?

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Answers

  • The suspect had an identical twin brother, whose DNA would be the same as his, and his brother refused to cooperate with the Gardai about the case.
  • The Oireachtas.
  • Up to 2,000 people lost up to €20 million between them.
  • Once.
  • One in every four.
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