CLEVELAND — The bodies could have been buried anywhere.
In the garbage bin next to his house, which occasionally reeked with the smell of something rotting inside. In the bowels of a boarded-up house down the block. Beneath a pile of debris in an overgrown, vacant lot.
Daily Archives: March 9, 2011
The Heartland Connection Missouri
The Kirksville City Council approved resolution Monday evening to authorize the submission of a community development block grant action fund loan for Human Identification Technologies for the amount of $450,000.
Eight members of the military junta that ran Argentina in the 1970s are now sitting in a courtroom in Buenos Aires. They are accused of trafficking in stolen babies. Those babies are now around 35 years old. Many of them (but as you shall hear, not all) will soon be telling their stories in court. For example:
News 8 Connecticut
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – Connecticut lawmakers and the mother of a murder victim say lives would be saved and innocent people in prison would be set free if the state approves a bill requiring DNA testing of people accused of serious felonies.