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Lessons of 9/11

Lessons of 9/11 – New Market resident Art Bohanon, a nationally known expert forensic investigator, made three trips and spent a total of eight weeks at Ground Zero in the aftermath of the World Trade Center attack. Part of the national Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team (DMORT), he helped identify victims and worked at the Medical Examiner’s Office. He was invited to speak to a combined classes of psychology and sociology classes by Professor Tanya Ramsey and Dr. Carolyn Hacker.

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