Fredy Peccerelli (born 1971), a forensic anthropologist, is the Director and one of the founding members of the Guatemalan Forensic Anthropology Foundation in Guatemala City, a nongovernmental organization that exhumes mass graves of victims of Guatemala's civil war. Peccerelli, along with members of his immediate family, has been the subject of repeated death threats as a result of his work.
In addition to his ongoing work in Guatemala, Peccerelli has conducted exhumations of mass graves in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina. He testified about this work at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia on 13 March 2007.
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- Human rights alert from Amnesty International issued 30 May 2007.
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- Transcript for case number IT-05-88-T, The Prosecutor versus Vujadin Popovic et al., see especially parts marked pages 8749-8753
- Fredy Peccerelli at TED
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- Brief biography from the American Association for the Advancement of Science, accessed 2008-06-16
- A Conversation with: Fredy Peccerelli; 'The Bones Tell the Story': Revealing History's Darker Days interview in the New York Times by Claudia Dreifus on 2004-03-30, accessed 2008-06-16