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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Joe Lefevre
A northeastern Wisconsin technical college plans to set up a so-called body farm to help forensic researchers study cold-weather decomposition, sparking questions from neighbors about flies, smells and plummeting property values.
"We'd be bringing their expertise up to the next level," LeFevre said, "Right now, we're just teaching them the theoretical and showing them some photos from a crime scene.
He stressed the farm will help investigators from around the country hone their forensic skills.