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Hidden in Plain Sight: X.X. Burials and the Desaparecidos in the Department of Guatemala, 1977–1986

  • Clyde Collins Snow
  • Fredy Armando Peccerelli
  • José Samuel Susanávar
  • Alan G. Robinson
  • Jose Maria Najera Ochoa

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Medical Examiner Gunshot Wound Detention Center Guatemala City Death Squad 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Clyde Collins Snow
  • Fredy Armando Peccerelli
  • José Samuel Susanávar
  • Alan G. Robinson
  • Jose Maria Najera Ochoa

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