http://www.nytimes.com/2003/09/22/national/22KILL.html?pagewanted=1 ENUMCLAW, Wash., Sept. 21 – Shortly after 7 o'clock this morning, a dozen detectives descended a steep ravine in a thickly forested patch of woods off Highway 410 about 40 miles southeast of Seattle. Using machetes, chain saws, a giant weed-clearing machine and rakes, they cleared a 50-yard swatch of land and spent nine hours searching for the bones and teeth of murder victims, working the seemingly never-ending case . . .
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