James DiMaggio’s family want DNA test on Hannah Anderson

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jamesSAN DIEGO, CA – Another chapter in the saga surrounding Hannah Anderson. In the spotlight now? Lora DiMaggio, the sister of Jim DiMaggio, the “family friend” accused of kidnapping 16-year-old Hannah and killing the girl’s mother and brother, Ethan.

Lora isn’t just Jim’s sister. She could be Hannah and Ethan’s aunt, and now, Lora wants a paternity test to prove it.

“We’ve taken DNA samples. We’re going to be requesting from the Anderson family that we try and get a DNA sample from Hannah and if they have anything left of Ethan, we’re going to try and get a DNA sample,” said Andrew Spanswick, Dimaggio family spokesman.

As if that’s not strange enough, get this: Jim DiMaggio, now dead, left $112,000 to the Anderson’s, which will go to Hannah’s grandmother. The DiMaggio Family claims they don’t want the money; they just want to know the truth.

“There has been a lot of rumors that Jim might be the father of either or both children. We find it very strange that he has left all this money without any explanation,” said Spanswick.

Alright, how about this for an explanation? Jim DiMaggio was obviously a sick and disturbed man.

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