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UMaine Forensic Team Mentioned in Miami Herald Article on Grenada Invasion Anniversary

A University of Maine forensic team led by UMaine forensic anthropologist Marci Sorg was mentioned in the Miami Herald article “Grenada: 30 years after the U.S. invasion, wounds remain.” Thirty years after the executions, the whereabouts of the bodies of Prime Minister Maurice Bishop and his cabinet members are still unknown. The international forensic team was brought in by Grenada’s Conference of Churches and the government to find the remains, but were unsuccessful. The Sacramento Bee and FindLaw also carried the report.

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