BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – Nelida Montoya is tormented by the image of a faraway tomb on a lonely hillside in the South Atlantic, where instead of the name of her son, a gravestone reads “Argentine soldier known only to God.”
Some relations of Sunday’s Dana Air plane crash victims have protested the delay in the ongoing DNA process to identify victims.
The forensic examination on the 52 identifiable bodies from the crash, started on Thursday, and by afternoon, only two DNA samples had been taken.
For two decades, a forensic anthropologist held out hope for answers about the life behind bones found in a desert.
NYPD detectives found an old toy and worn clothing that are “age appropriate” for Etan Patz hidden in the New Jersey home of the boy’s confessed killer.