Skeletons in the closet.


As you read this, tension and outcries of hatred grow stronger and stronger in Pennsylvania, as two sets of bones were found in their closets. And quite literally. For quite over 3 decades now, anthropologists at the University of Pennsylvania have used these sets of bones in training videos for students, with no prior knowledge of whom they belonged to.

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The bones are now believed to have been those of two children, two of the 11 lives claimed in the 1985 bombing of a black liberation movement by MOVE. One and more of these training videos have now been taken down from the web, raising questions about why the university would be so afraid.

Outrage after professor displays 'juicy' bones of black child killed in 1985 police bomb at lecture | Daily Mail Online