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The Gravesites Accuse: Forensic Examiners Digging to Find the Missing in Kosovo

A Blog Series

Whether at a crime scene, on a chair, or at the computer, forensic examiners, who have examined the persons murdered in Kosovo and in other countries, were exposed to the experience of atrocities and have testified about those. They have identified the missing, helping connect their remains with the families. They have used examinations as a tool for criminal justice, while also bearing the burden of their work. Four of them who have worked in Kosovo tell their stories: Valon Hyseni, Robert McNeil, Luísa Marinho and Javier Santana. A blog series by Serbeze Haxhiaj.
The Gravesites Accuse: Forensic Examiners Digging to Find the Missing in Kosovo – A Blog Series 2
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You can read the full blog article series on our Dealing with the Past website

Valon Hyseni: Hidden bodies call to you 

Luísa Marinho: The power of images

Javier Santana: They get back as nightmares of human pain

Robert McNeil: The shadow of grey faces

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