Lawyer: So, Agent Bishop. We are here today because of a federal initiative to get cold case DNA into modern systems. DNA which produced a match to the defendant, Stuart Crum, is that correct? Bishop: Yes, if you look to exhibit A, the so-called 1989 ice cream murder, six klowny kake ice cream bars were partially cut open and laced with strict nine poison. Five children fell critically ill. Lawyer: And Thomas Larson eventually died. Bishop: Yes, it caused a nationwide panic. Lawyer 2: Objection. How can agent Bishop speak to something that happened 30 years ago? Was this witness even alive in 1989? Bishop: Actually, I was. I was four-years-old, and I vividly remember my father forbidding me and my brothers from running after the ice cream truck.