In 1983, Stephen Close was arrested, jailed and expelled from the British army for having sex with a male squad mate.
Three decades later, police tracked him down to the northern England city of Salford and demanded a sample of his DNA.
Close, now 50 and openly gay, said he was shocked.
“I was horrified that after all these years they suddenly decided to bring this up again,” Close said in a telephone interview from Salford, 205 miles (330 kilometers) north of London.
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