Keeping the pieces together: comparison of mass grave excavation methodology.

@article{Tuller2006KeepingTP,
  title={Keeping the pieces together: comparison of mass grave excavation methodology.},
  author={Hugh Tuller and Marija Duri{\'c}'},
  journal={Forensic science international},
  year={2006},
  volume={156 2-3},
  pages={192-200}
}
Mass graves are a complex and confusing mix of bodies, body parts, soils, artifacts, and other feature evidence. Forensic investigations of these complex crime scenes should attempt to maximize the collection of evidence, which includes the mortal remains, in their best possible condition as they were deposited within the graves. Two standard methods of mass grave excavation were examined with the aim of identifying the better approach. Two experienced teams using different methodologies… CONTINUE READING