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MOVE bombing victim remains from Penn have been returned, family says

Sue Africa, who lost her son Tomaso in the 1985 bombing, said the effort to identify the remains almost seem moot. “Those remains, no matter who they are, are going to be taken care of by us,” Sue told WHYY News, “because our belief is life.”

By Ximena Conde/WHYY

Procedures at Philly Medical Examiner’s Office under scrutiny as city investigates MOVE remains

It’s unclear whether the bones found in the box were actually autopsy specimens or unidentified remains forgotten in a muddled chain of custody.

By Ximena Conde/WHYY

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How the Philly Medical Examiner’s Office desecrated MOVE victims’ remains for 36 years

Four surviving mothers said they didn’t know the fire left any remains at all, until the recent news broke.

By Ximena Conde/WHYY

What you need to know about the desecration of MOVE bombing victims’ remains

Revelations surrounding the remains of MOVE bombing victims spurred the resignation of Philadelphia’s top health official.

By WHYY Staff