FILE - In a Dec. 18, 2012 file photo, Kyle Smith, deputy director of the Kansas Bureau of Investigation, during a news conference in Lansing, Kan., discusses the exhumation of the remai

 

              FILE - In a Dec. 18, 2012 file photo, Kyle Smith, deputy director of the Kansas Bureau of Investigation, during a news conference in Lansing, Kan., discusses the exhumation of the remai
FILE - In a Dec. 18, 2012 file photo, Kyle Smith, deputy director of the Kansas Bureau of Investigation, during a news conference in Lansing, Kan., discusses the exhumation of the remains of Richard Hickock and Perry Smith who were executed for the 1959 multiple murders that inspired Truman Capote's true-crime book, "In Cold Blood." Smith said Wednesday, May 29, 2013, that DNA testing so far has been inconclusive on whether two men can also be linked to the unsolved murders of a Florida family weeks later. Smith said the agency will continue testing material collected from the remains of the convicted murderers. The KBI initially projected it would have definitive results from the DNA early this month, but the agency now has no timetable for when the testing will be complete. (AP Photo/John Hanna, File)