Victims of Dictatorship Will be Identified Within a Year
Within about a year, a team of forensic anthropologists from Argentina could lead the identification of the bones of 60 victims of the military dictatorship in Panama.
The news comes from officials of the Panamanian Foreign Ministry says La Prensa.
A group of anthropologists, Mercedes Salado, Carlos Vullo and Ute Hofmainer of the Panamanian government, have worked on a report explaining the procedures they will follow to begin studies of human remains in custody of Panama’s Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences.
Source: Newsroom Panama