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The Fate of the Kennewick Man

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The Fate of the Kennewick Man

The Fate of the Kennewick Man

The Fate of the Kennewick Man

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A panel of U.S. federal judges hears arguments about a 9,000-year-old skeleton known as "Kennewick Man." Some American Indian groups say the bones deserve a proper burial, but archaeologists say they should remain available for research. Marcie Sillman of member station KUOW reports.

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