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Special Report Transcript Episode 86, Section 2, Time 01:02
But we start tonight’s programme with some of the most difficult images of the Truth Commission process. In most cultures the bodily remains of a person are seen as more than just a collection of bones. It is important to most people that the person you loved should have a decent funeral. More importantly, knowledge of how a loved one had died and where he or she was buried is essential for closure. The Truth Commission dug up several marked and unmarked graves the last few days.
Notes: Max du Preez
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