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The task of reading Guatemala’s bones

Headline Title:  The task of reading Guatemala’s bones 14 November 2012 Fredy Peccerelli, a Guatemalan forensic anthropologist, is standing in front of a table slightly bigger than himself and covered with a blue cloth. Two of his colleagues (a man and a woman, both – just like Fredy – dressed in white aprons and latex gloves) are holding brown paper bags from which they are taking bones and placing them on the table, forming the outline of a skeleton. A few minutes later, the table draped in blue bears a human skeleton, which Fredy looks at quietly and calmly.He walks around the…

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