James A Rodriguez

Parajbey, Santa Apolonia, Chimal, Guatemala

Forensic anthropologist Yeni De Leon arranges the skeletal remains of Simon Buc Tamat inside a coffin while family members watch, including his son Joaquin Buc (green shirt) and widow Fidelia Sahuach De Leon. On 28 October 2015, members from the Forensic Anthropology Foundation of Guatemala (FAFG) returned to family members the positively identified remains of three Kakchiquel Mayan wartime victims, including Buc Tamat's. All three were abducted from their homes by the army on 4 May 1982, exhumed from a common grave on 27 February 2013 in San Jose Poaquil and positively identified through DNA technology.

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James A Rodriguez
Parajbey, Santa Apolonia, Chimal
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