Bi-Annual Report: 1996-97
- The detention of General Videla
- The detention of Admiral Massera
- Other Trials of former Officials
- The Scilingo revelations and the International trials
- Acces to new government sources
- Buenos Aires Provincial Police
- Fifteen new Identifications
- Services to Relatives of the Disappeared
- Creation of a Blood Bank
- The Tablada Case
- Identification of Gast-n Roberto Jose Goncalvez
- The Novillo Corvalan Case
- Academic Activities
- The Search for and discovery of the Remains of Ernesto Che Guevara and Other Guerrillas in Vallegrande, Bolivia, 1995-1997
- Historical background
- The First Mission: November 1995 - April 96
- The Second Mission: June 1996
- The Third Mission: June - July 1997
- The Cuban reburial ceremonies
- The search continues
At the invitation of the Association of Relatives of Disappeared People, EAAF conducted an investigation into the guerrilla group of Araguaia and an investigation into the identities and causes of death of the remains of five persons who disappeared during the last Brazilian military government. EAAF's work was sponsored by the Special Commission of Inquiry, which was created by the Brazilian government in December 1995.
- Historical background
- The First Mission: May 1996
- The Second Mission: June - July 1996
- The 1997 Mission
- The Pereira and Reichner case
- The Nacinovic Correa, Nonato da Fonseca, Xavier Pereira and Bicalhao Lana case
- The Angel Jones Family case
- Laboratory findings
- Other activities
An investigation into the remains of people killed during the 1985 assault on Colombia's National Palace of Justice, and a mission involving teaching, training, and presentation of a paper at the University of Colombia, Bogota
Democratic Republic of Congo (fomer Zaire)
In April 1997, EAAF contracted with the United Nations Center for Human Rights to lead and coordinate an international forensic team in the Democratic Republic of Congo, or DRC (formerly Zaire). This forensic team was part of a larger U.N. mission mandated to investigate allegations of severe human rights violations committed mostly against refugees.
- A seven-week mission, conducted under the auspices of the
Ethiopian Special Prosecutor's Office, involving the exhumation of two
mass and two individual graves.
- Investigations conducted under the auspices of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia involving the exhumation of a mass grave near the Croatian city of Vukovar and the exhumation of mass graves near Brcko, Bosnia.
Bosnia, Croatia (Former Yugoslavia)
Investigations conducted under the auspices of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia involving the exhumation of a mass grave near the Croatian city of Vukovar and the exhumation of mass graves near Brcko, Bosnia.
An assessment of an archaeological excavation in Tahiti, French Polynesia, on a site of contested beachfront land where developers planned to build a hotel. Local residents objected to the project, in part because it was an ancestral burial site.
Collaborative agreement with the Guatemalan Forensic Anthropology Foundation
A mission training Haitian legal professionals in the use of physical evidence, and contributing to the ongoing investigations into the Raboteau case.
A presentation on the application of forensic sciences to human rights investigations at a workshop organized by Article XIX, and a mission requested by the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Technical training of EAAF members.
Presentations of EAAF work.