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UNTAET Crime Scene Detachment was the common title for an elite
investigative unit created in the war torn and newly liberated
country of East Timor in November 1999, under the direction of the
United Nations mission in East Timor, consisting of International
Police, Australian Military Police and New Zealand Military Police.
The unit was tasked with performing the exhumations of several
hundred East Timorese homicide victims killed during the UN mandate
for the East Timor mission. The unit became best known for its
investigations and exhumations relating to both the Liqui Church
Massacre and the Manuel Carrascal o House Massacre.The
International Police assigned to the unit then would carry the case
on through from an investigative side. The International Police
portion of the unit primarily worked out of Liqui and its
surrounding districts, whereas the military element worked island
wide within all of East Timor.
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