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  • NC State forensic workshop

    VIDEO: A three day forensics workshop called Discovery and Recovery: Death Investigation in Natural Environments is being held this week at NC State University. Over thirty forensics investigators from across the US spent Wednesday, August 3, 2016 in a field exercise at NC State's research farm off Lake Wheeler Road in Raleigh, NC brushing up on the collection and documentation of anthropological and entomological evidence.

VIDEO: A three day forensics workshop called Discovery and Recovery: Death Investigation in Natural Environments is being held this week at NC State University. Over thirty forensics investigators from across the US spent Wednesday, August 3, 2016 in a field exercise at NC State's research farm off Lake Wheeler Road in Raleigh, NC brushing up on the collection and documentation of anthropological and entomological evidence. Harry Lynch The News and Observer
VIDEO: A three day forensics workshop called Discovery and Recovery: Death Investigation in Natural Environments is being held this week at NC State University. Over thirty forensics investigators from across the US spent Wednesday, August 3, 2016 in a field exercise at NC State's research farm off Lake Wheeler Road in Raleigh, NC brushing up on the collection and documentation of anthropological and entomological evidence. Harry Lynch The News and Observer

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