Tens of thousands of untested rape evidence kits have been found in police storage facilities across the country. Many of these kits contain DNA evidence, like blood, taken from victims of sexual assaults. Some evidence has been sitting untested on shelves for years. When the first 2,300 unprocessed kits from the Cleveland Police Department were tested, it yielded 950 matches in the national DNA database and more than 200 indictments. Similar backlogs have been found in other cities, including Las Vegas and Detroit. Diane and a panel of guests discuss the efforts to address the backlog in untested rape evidence kits.