SHERMAN -- Austin College students were treated to a speech from a man involved in the trial against Saddam Hussein this morning.
Anthropologist Clyde Snow spoke to a group of about 100 students today about his work during the trial of the former Iraqi dictator.
Snow's forensic work on a mass grave filled with 27 bodies in 1992 was crucial to the prosecution’s trial.
In addition to his work on the trial, snow spoke about his times in Argentina, Europe, and Africa.
Snow will be in town tomorrow to speak to several classes on the campus as well.
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