Diggin' Up Presidents
CNN is reporting that the remains of Salvador Allende, the former president of Chile, are being exhumed in order to determine if he committed suicide or was killed following a military coup in 1973. [CNN.com] An international team of experts has already been assembled, and the DNA and other testing will be done in Austria. Most notably, no one is setting a specific time frame for this, which means they will take their time to do it right, a refreshing departure from the frenzied attempts to find the "real" Mona Lisa in the past couple of weeks. I'll be interested to read what they find about Allende's cause of death.