Autopsy: Detroit woman, 19, shot in face on porch
GAY COMMENTS. NOW THE FORMER ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL IS FILING A LAWSUIT. AND SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS.
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#1 Nov 13, 2013
Yea We want to know who shot alfalfa and why.
We also want to know who shot and killed the other 950 people in Detroit in the past three years.
Come on now fess up.....
what's so special about this killing?
#2 Nov 13, 2013
For one thing, it was not in Detroit.
Also, blacks usually do the honors.
Third, we know who shot this person.
Go back to the 50's.
#5 Nov 13, 2013
A 60 year old woman is walking through the ghetto and a man snatches her purse and runs off. The woman mutters to herself: What? They don't rape anymore?
#6 Nov 13, 2013
I'm guessing it is a psycotic kaballahist ritual occult staging area for human sacrifice.
I dont know too much about populations dwelling in this area drenched in lunatic zombies and kaballahists.
#7 Nov 23, 2013
It was one block away from Detroit and very borderline. She probably headed in the direction she dead thinking it was safer than walking into Detroit neighborhoods
#9 Nov 23, 2013
Apparently the gaping hole in her face isn't enough to confirm her death in thus, an autopsy must be performed (rolls eyes).
#10 Nov 23, 2013
An autopsy is never performed to confirm death. You apparently rolled your eyes too many times in school and life in general.
There are medical and forensic autopsies. This was a forensic autopsy. You only have one chance to ascertain and document the facts that can have later legal consequences. It is also the law.
In the United States, a autopsy is legally mandatory in a number of situations including, but not limited to (Wagner 2009):
- Accidents occurring on the job
- Drivers in single-car accidents
- Sudden and unexpected deaths of children
- Deaths of pilots in airplane crashes
- Natural deaths that might impact the community via contagion
- Fire deaths
- Accidental deaths caused by the negligence or reckless behavior of others
- Deaths of persons in custody of the state or other agency
- Accidents that occur without a witness
- Accidents in which natural disease is a factor
- Sudden, unexpected deaths of apparently healthy persons (most often under the age of 75)
- Deaths in which the manner of death is not readily apparent
- Deaths in which litigation is reasonably expected
- Hospital deaths in which the quality of care is an issue
- All suspicious deaths
#11 Nov 24, 2013
Whats the most confusing day in Harlem? Fathers day
#12 Nov 24, 2013
#13 Nov 24, 2013
How did they go about improving the public transportation system in Harlem?
By planting the trees closer together.
#14 Nov 25, 2013
Rolling eyes is a form or sarcasm. Perhaps I'll simply type (sarcasm) next time to help you, the professor, understand.
#15 Nov 25, 2013
I notice you did not chose to dispute the facts though.
Just simply type the truth and nobody will criticize you.
#16 Nov 25, 2013
One must consider the source of the critique, which, within this forum, isn't anything to lose sleep over.
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