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Coming up Next on News 7-
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This man claims he did not kill a Lynchburg woman seven years ago. Now will D-N-A evidence help him?
Clearing the way for a new school is making way for new complaints. We'll have details.
Plus the Miss Virginia Contestants arrive in Roanoke.
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News 7 is next.[Open]
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[Barnabei]


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The rape and murder of a 17-year old Lynchburg girl seven years ago is now prompting defense calls for D-N-A testing ... and Virginia is likely to see many more just like it.
Today's request begins with the beating death of Sarah Wisnosky in 1993.
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((I DIDN'T DO IT...KILL THAT GIRL.))
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Today in Norfolk, Derek Barnabei's (barn-uh-BAY'S) lawyers announced a 50 thousand dollar reward for help finding "the real killer."
They're also asking the state to conduct D-N-A tests on blood samples taken from Sarah Wisnosky's fingernails.
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((SETH TUCKER/BARNABEI'S ATTORNEY: VIRGINIA HAS STATE OF THE ART CAPABILITIES IN TESTING OF NDA. WE DON'T UNDERSTAND WHY IT WILL NOT USE THOSE CAPABILITIES IN THE BARNABEI CASE.))
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((LINDA GOLDSTEIN/BARNABEI'S ATTORNEY: THOSE TESTS WILL BE SCIENTIFIC PROOF. IT WILL NOT BE INFERENCE AND INNUENDO. WE ARE LOOKING FOR THE TRUTH.))
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[TALENT=Jean]
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Lawyers in the Attorney General's office say they're satisfied there's already enough evidence of Barnabei's guilt.

Also today, Virginia's Legislative Black Caucus sent a letter to Governor Jim Gilmore.
The black lawmakers are joining the call for a moratorium on executions in Virginia-- until their fairness can be studied.

[DNA-Evidence]


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Just last week, the U-S Supreme Court halted a Virginia execution just 75 minutes before it was scheduled to take place.
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In that case, there was also a request for new testing D-N-A evidence, with the latest techniques.
Although that was largely unrelated to the court's decision, state forensic experts expect a flood of eleventh hour requests.
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((PAUL FERRARA/STATE FORENSIC DIRECTOR: THERE IS NO SIMPLE, EASY ANSWER TO SAY THAT SOME NEWER TEST IS GOING TO BE MORE INFORMATIVE THAN THE TESTS THAT HAVE ALREADY BEEN CONTACTED. IN SOME CASES IT MAY ADD TO OUR KNOWLEDGE OF THE CASE. IN OTHERS, IT'S SUPERFLUOUS.))
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Unrelated to the death row cases.... Virginia's D-N-A data bank is leading the nation in "cold hits" right now.


That's where police have NO suspect in a crime until a D-N-A match of evidence is made with a blood sample taken from a convicted felon.


[Pitts-Murder]


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A Pittsylvania County man is charged with the murder of his own uncle after a shooting today near Chatham.
44- year old David Whitehead Hutcherson is charged with killing 60 year old John Whitehead Motley, near Chatham.
Hutcherson is being held without bond in the Pittsylvania County jail. [Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Patrick in Weather Center

[WX1] [11:00pm] [06/26/2000] [MCU]WEATHER OFFICE [WXPRO/FULL]WEATHER MAP WAKE UP FORECAST

[Toss back to anchor][New-School]


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Construction crews were at work bright and early in Cave Spring this morning .. clearing land at the site of the new South County High School.
Nearby residents say the school board has already broken promises .. trees taken out right up to backyards, leaving no buffer zone.
Tina Tenret shows us what they're seeing and hearing out their back windows.
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This quiet neighborhood now shares one alarm clock:
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Residents in the Cave Spring area of Roanoke County say the caterpillars rev up around six a-m -- churning dust that chokes your throat and stings your eyes. They work through the weekends -- slashing the curtains of trees, so your backyard view becomes bulldozers.
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Ben Chiddester thinks the new school's a great idea. He just wishes contractors could have left 20 feet of trees between his yard and the demolition zone.
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((CHIDESTER: THIS WOULD HAVE CREATED ... FOR YOUR SCHOOL.))
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School board member Tom Leggett says he's passing complaints on to the school superintendent. He says the woods must be chopped -- after all, you can't play football or park a car in a field of trees.
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As evening falls, dust refuses to settle. But at least these residents won't oversleep.
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((BEN CHIDESTER: I BELIEVE THEY START ... TOMORROW AT SIX.))
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The school superintendent will hold a meeting Thursday night to address residents' concerns. Tina Tenret News7 Roanoke County








[Arcadia-Academy]


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As one school goes up, another now has one less chance to remain open. Today, Arcadia Leadership Academy in Buchanan lost its state appeal.
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The alternative school for boys was denied a license to operate as a boarding school in April.
That's after inspections by state education and social services officials resulted in 24 pages of safety, discipline, and health violations.
A spokesman for the Academy says the school will now conduct a legal appeal -- although it must go through the same state agency.
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We have a triple dose of job and labor news tonight. We begin with General Electric, where more than 500 workers in Salem are awaiting details on what the company calls its final proposal, offered in contract talks today.
A ratification vote is scheduled for July 6th.
G-E is negotiating with 14 unions representing 40 thousand workers nationwide, including more than 500 at the Salem plant.



[Bell-Atlantic]


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Local Bell Atlantic employees also have contract talks on their minds. Communications workers from as far away as Maine came to Roanoke today for an informational picket.
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They dressed in black to signify the death of their old contract.
Union employees say the company hasn't followed through with promises of that old contract, which expires in August.
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((WE'RE HERE TO LET THE COMPANY KNOW WE'RE READY TO BARGAIN A GOOD CONTRACT, WE HOPE THEY MEET US AT THE BARGAINING TABLE, AND WE SURELY HOPE THAT WE DON'T HAVE TO STRIKE.))
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The company's C-E-O met with 30 union employees to discuss mandatory overtime, sick-leave, and pension plans.
Union officials say they are pleased with how the talks went today.
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[First-Union]


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And at First Union, 135 local workers are waiting to hear if they'll lose their jobs.
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The Charlotte-based company is selling its Money Store and credit card business. First Union operates a credit card service center in Roanoke.
The bank also plans to close more than 80 branches and terminate 600 employees in eastern states. Those closings include First Union banks in Wytheville, Pearisburg, and Staunton.
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[Miss-Virginia]


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Today is the beginning for 26 Miss Virginia hopefuls. Their week ends Saturday, when the new one will be crowned.


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The contestants gathered around the pool at the Hotel Roanoke for a photo shoot this afternoon.
The Miss Virginia Pageant is marking its 47th anniversary this year, and the competition gets underway Thursday night at the Roanoke Civic Center.
The young women represent local pageants across the state, and Saturday's winner will advance to the Miss America Scholarship pageant.
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Now cigar labels will have warnings. We'll tell you what to expect just ahead on News 7 at 11.

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And a major medical advance. Scientists crack the genetic code. What it means for research ... next.
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(( Hey folks, this is Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office with plenty of sights and sounds from day one of the all-star clinics camps featuring the Barber Twins and George Lynch. Plus, the Avalanche commits six errors in tonight's loss to the Pelicans.

And Anna doesn't disappoint at Wimbledon tonight on the Big 7.))[Human-Genome]


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A breakthrough in medical research- Scientists for the first time have cracked the genetic code-
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It's the human genome- a genetic instruction manual for life- telling what color your eyes will be and how your body will develop.
Scientists took the genetic alphabet- all 3.2 billion letters- and put the letters in order so they could be read-


Once mastered the text will spell out genes and genetic malfunctions.
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((DR. JAMES WATSON/DISCOVERED DNA: WE'RE GONNA UNDERSTAND DISEASE BETTER SO MEDICINE WILL IMPROVE.))
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Doctors will be able to identify who is at risk for some inherited disases such as cancer and Alzheimers- leading to early detection.
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((ERIC LANDERS/HUMAN GENOME PROJECT: WE SHOULD NOT PROMISE THAT CURES WILL FLOW IMMEDIATELY FROM THIS BUT WE CAN PROMISE THAT KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING OF REAL CAUSES NOT JUST SYMPTOMS OF DISEASE SHOULD BECOME AVAILABLE FROM THIS.))
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Scientists admit there is a long way to go- but say this is a huge step in medical research.
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[Miranda-Rights]


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Book em will still have to be followed by you have the right to remain silent.
The Supreme Court today ruled police still have to read suspects their Miranda rights.
Teri Okita has more.
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(( THE WORDS 'YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT' ARE EMBEDDED IN THE AMERICAN LEGAL SYSTEM ... Anything you say can be used against you.
THE SUPREME COURT UPHELD THE LANDMARK 1966 MIRANDA LAW ... PROVIDING SUSPECTED CRIMINALS A LIST OF THEIR RIGHTS, INCLUDING APPOINTMENT OF AN ATTORNEY, AT THE TIME OF ARREST. AT THE CENTER OF THIS CASE IS A SUSPECTED VIRGINIA BANK ROBBER ... WHO ALLEDGEDLY MADE INCRIMINATING STATEMENTS AT THE TIME OF HIS ARREST ... BUT WAS NOT READ HIS RIGHTS. POLICE ASSOCIATIONS ARE DISAPPOINTED, BUT NOT SURPRISED BY THIS RULING. STEVE MCFADDEN/NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF POLICE ORGANIZATIONS: Our concern was about the automatic exclusion of evidence if there's a technical violation of the miranda guideline. AT TIMES, POLICE 'HAVE' BEEN ALLOWED TO USE VOLUNTARY CONFESSIONS AS EVIDENCE ... EVEN WITHOUT MIRANDA WARNINGS ... DUE, IN LARGE PART, TO A LAW PASSED BY CONGRESS IN 1968. A STAUNCH CRITIC OF MIRANDA SAYS THE COURTS SHOULDN'T THROW OUT EVIDENCE JUST BECAUSE RIGHTS WERE NOT READ. PAUL CASSELL/LAW PROFESSOR Truth ought to be the central focus of our criminal justice system. (:03)
TRACK: BUT DEFENSE ATTORNEYS SAY CONGRESS OVERSTEPPED ITS BOUNDARIES WHEN CREATING THAT LAW ... AND ARE PLEASED THAT THE HIGH COURT'S RULING REAFFIRMS THE RIGHTS OF SUSPECTED CRIMINALS.
JAMES HUNDLEY/DEFENSE ATTORNEY: Miranda is not a hinderance to law enforcement. Miranda, in the vast majority of cases, is a help. It simplifies the procedures. The high court's ruling gives renewed energy to the Miranda law, but police say, whatever the outcome may have been, Miranda rights are so entrenched in the American legal system, they would have continued to read suspected criminals their rights. Teri Okita, CBSNews, Los Angeles.))

[Cigars]


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Cigar smokers will see some tough new health warnings showing up on cigar packages.
The Federal Trade Commission has reached a settlement with seven companies that make most of the cigars sold in the U-S.
The messages will warn of cigar health risks ... and the effects of second-hand smoke.

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The family is already in trouble for the Valley View mall shooting. Now the dad is in more trouble. The details are still ahead.
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And a CAT scan takes a new look an old patient ... two thousand years old. Later on, see what it finds.
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[Beverly]


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The couple claimed to be running from drug- runners when they were charged with shooting a man in the parking lot at Valley View Mall last Fall.
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Cass Beverly is a long- distance trucker.
His son told reporters that drug traffickers were after them, because of his Dad's refusal to haul marijuana.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Now it turns out Beverly had been transporting huge shipments of pot before and since the Valley View incident. Federal agents found 25-hundred pounds of marijuana in his rig March 31st. He's awaiting sentencing in Texas.
DEANNA Beverly will be tried for the Roanoke shooting in August.

[Thomas]


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The man charged with the murder of Radford teen Tara Munsey faces some new charges.
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Today, a grand jury indicted Jeffrey Allen Thomas on charges of capital murder during a rape or attempted rape AND unlawful use of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Thomas was arrested and charged with Munsey's murder back in February.
He was a friend of the 16-year-old's family.
At a preliminary hearing earlier this month, a friend testified that Thomas confessed to the murder.
He'll stand trial sometime during the next court term.
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[Henry-Supervisor]


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Nine candidates are all going for one open seat on the Henry County Board of Supervisors.
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The board conducted interviews in open session this afternoon for the interim position.
The appointee will fill the Collinsville District seat once held by the late Jack Dalton.
Each of the nine candidates had a total of 15 minutes and answered questions by board members.
Many of the candidates said they weren't sure if they would hold a more permanent role and run for office during a special election in November.
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((MIKE SEIDLE/HENRY CO. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS: THAT'S A COMMITMENT THEY HAVE TO MAKE. I WOULDN'T CARE EITHER WAY. NONE OF US ON THE BOARD LIVE IN COLLINSVILLE SO THE VOTERS HAVE TO BE HAPPY. THAT'S BASICALLY WHAT IT AMOUNTS TO.))
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The board will make its decision at the regular meeting Tuesday night.
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The Avalanche stumbles tonight against the Pelicans. Injury updates for Brophy and Billy Wagner are on the way, plsu a wrap up of day one at the Barber and Lynch camps.

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[SUPER=75-Wimbledon, England/TNT;:00]

First in tonight's Extra Point, the Wimbledon play began today and for a change Anna Kornilova was making headlines for her tennis and not her looks. Kournilova pulled off the first upset of the tournament by betaing tenth seed Sandrine Testud in three sets. Venus and Serena Williams also won today along with Martina Hingis and Pete Sampras. Now the the rest of tonight's numbers.
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[S-Avalanche]


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The two finishers in the first half of the southern division of the Carolina League hooked up tonight as Salem and Myrtle Beach opened up a three game set at Salem Memorial.
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[SUPER=03-Salem/Pelicans vs. Avalanche; :00]

A brief shower in the Salem area had fans heading to their cars. The rain would stop - the errors would not. With a runner on first in the opening frame the fly ball to Choo Freeman is mishandled. The runner advances all the way to third base on the error to get the Pelicans in scoring position. Steve Torrealba would then hit a routine ball to short - but Juan Uribe can't field it cleanly and the first 2 runs of the night come home and it's 2-to-0 Myrtle Beach on 2 errors. In the second, Aldredo Castro hits a blooper down the first base line. The ball drops, the right fielder can't pick it up and an errant throw to third will eventually let two more runs come on home. By then the Avalanche had four errors and found themselves down 7-to-nothing after an inning and a half.
[SUPER=37-Myrtle Beach/10/Salem/2/6 Errors;]

It got worse. Matt Holiday can't handle the hot shot at third. Another run scores and Myrtle Beach takes game one of the series 10-2.
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[S-Wagner]


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Former Ferrum great Billy Wagner is finished for the season. The Astros' closer will have season ending surgery on his left elbow tomorrow in Los Angeles. Wagner tried to pitch through the pain this season, but he hasn't been himself with a league high 9 blown saves. Doctors say he faces four months of rehab after the surgery,

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John Brophy remains in critical but stable condition tonight. The 67-year-old coach of the Hampton Roads Admirals lost control of his car in Nova Scotia, Canada yesterday and and suffered multiple injuries in the resulting crash. He has a broken leg, lacerations to his face, a severe eye injury, and a buildup of blood on the brain. The leg fracture was bad enough that surgeons had to set it with pins and screws. The fiery coach is facing a long road to recovery.


[S-Camp]


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Tiki and Ronde Barber opened their annual All Star Clinics of the Roanoke Valley Football camp today. Steve Mason says the day was fun and challenging for everyone at the Rivers Edge Sports Complex.
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[S-Lynch]


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This year George Lynch and his annual summer basketball camp moved under the umbrella of the All-Star Clinics, and that appears to have been a good move for all.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]

125 campers showed up for the first day of hoop camp this morning at Patrick Henry high school. And the kids quickly found out that the Lynch camp is out to teach much more than just the fundamentals.
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Harris teaches a half hour long life skills class to the campers each day - stressing the importance of having good character and being a team player.
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[S-Tennis]


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The Washington Mystics have been having a bit of an off-the-court controversy of late between head coach Nancy Darsch and star Chamique Holdsclaw. Tonight the Mystics had their hands full with the L.A. Sparks.
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Chamique complained of not getting enough playing time. Tonight she played a game high 39 minutes and scored a game high 25 points, although she made just 11 of 27 shots. The veteran Lisa Leslie would get the last laught with a 12 point 14 rebound performance. The Sparks win it by 2 , 74-to-72.
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How would you like to see inside the mind of someone from thousands of years ago.
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You can- in a way.
A 2-thousand year old mummy underwent a CAT scan- at the University of Washington.
Nelli's scan revealed areas of damage-
The 800 images also indicated ways in which the mummy could be better preserved.
The mummy was the body of a young female.
Scientists found that Nellie was older at the time of her death than originally thought. The bone growth was that of a woman in her 20s rather than that of an adolescent.
The CAT scan also supported earlier suspicions that the Mummy's foot was indeed made of plaster- added for display purposes.
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