FL ST406_12

United States

#485196 Jan 22, 2013
Same Location wrote:
<quoted text>LMAO you have no clue. My BIL was a murder victim and we had him cremated within 4 days of his death.
Because there was a CAUSE of death.

“"Where the weak are....”

Level 4

Since: Mar 10

killed and eaten"

#485197 Jan 22, 2013
WAS sanka wrote:
The main reason Cindy had Caylee cremated is cos she was too cheap to pay for a burial.
Protesters would never desecrate the grave if they had buried Caylee, they were at the house protesting because Casey killed her daughter and Cindy was lying to protect Casey. They went overboard but it was out of disgust of the Anthonys and their actions.
When my Mom died in the early 80's we had to buy the casket even though she was being cremated.

We didn't have to do that with the BIL and the funeral was still over 10K.
FL ST406_12

United States

#485198 Jan 22, 2013
WAS sanka wrote:

Protesters would never desecrate the grave if they had buried Caylee,
Are you the official Protester Spokesperson now?

If the nasty fvckers will desecrate a trashdump swamp, they'll desecrate a grave.
Rambler

Red Deer, Canada

#485199 Jan 22, 2013
"The car was parked in a lot near State Road 50 and Goldenrod Road (see map) for a few days earlier this week. A business owner had it towed and it turned out to be Caylee's grandparents' car, one the toddler's mother drives."

http://www.wftv.com/news/news/search-for-todd...

Hmmm, the car was found here?

No wonder the Johnson Impound document released in discovery appears fabricated.
Rambler

Red Deer, Canada

#485200 Jan 22, 2013
Same Location wrote:
<quoted text>LMAO you have no clue. My BIL was a murder victim and we had him cremated within 4 days of his death.
He obviously was not murdered in Florida.

“"Where the weak are....”

Level 4

Since: Mar 10

killed and eaten"

#485201 Jan 22, 2013
FL ST406_12 wrote:
<quoted text>
Because there was a CAUSE of death.
Yep...and they changed the COD it in the middle of the funeral. The police came and closed down the viewing to see if his clothes were in the casket with him.

The first death certificate said COD was a shot to the chest...the corrected death certificate said COD was a shot through the back.

Conspiracy?
Rambler

Red Deer, Canada

#485202 Jan 22, 2013
WAS sanka wrote:
IMO, another reason they didn't have Caylee's remains buried is more jealousy.
They didn't like the fact that others were upset over her death.
They wanted her to themselves, which is why they never bothered to get the true story of who was her father.
They do not like to share.
Bet the Milsteds know that for a fact.
In forcing yourself to believe the remains were cremated, think about that you're validating the credibility of both Casey Anthony and Jose Baez, because if you recall the only proof you have that occurred was JAB reading a letter to the media that Casey wrote to her parents.

So are you really sure you want to do that? I mean what if it somehow messes up reality and validates the credibility of OTHER things Jose Baez and Casey have said, which you DO NOT want to be true?

“"Where the weak are....”

Level 4

Since: Mar 10

killed and eaten"

#485203 Jan 22, 2013
Rambler wrote:
<quoted text>
He obviously was not murdered in Florida.
I'm sure through your studies of this law in FL you have the link book marked.

Can you share it?
Rambler

Red Deer, Canada

#485204 Jan 22, 2013
FL ST406_12 wrote:
<quoted text>
Because there was a CAUSE of death.
No murder victim dies of natural causes.

A cremation certificate is issued only if the deceased died of natural causes.

“"Where the weak are....”

Level 4

Since: Mar 10

killed and eaten"

#485205 Jan 22, 2013
Rambler wrote:
<quoted text>
No murder victim dies of natural causes.
A cremation certificate is issued only if the deceased died of natural causes.
I guess you could be right...when the BIL died he naturally died from the bullet that went through his heart.

Just stop. You don't know shit about this.
Rambler

Red Deer, Canada

#485206 Jan 22, 2013
Same Location wrote:
<quoted text>I'm sure through your studies of this law in FL you have the link book marked.
Can you share it?
Sorry, I don't have it saved. But if you search you'll find various references to it.

But it makes sense when you think about it because everyone knows bodies are exhumed from time to time for additional medical examination.

So why would the State want to destroy possible evidence when it's already known the deceased was murdered, especially when no one had yet been convicted for that murder?
AN other

United States

#485207 Jan 22, 2013
Same Location wrote:
<quoted text>I'm sure through your studies of this law in FL you have the link book marked.
Can you share it?
"There are three basic legal requirements which must be met before a cremation can be performed in Florida. First, at least 48 hours must elapse between the time of death and the time of the cremation. Second, a legally authorized individual must give permission for the cremation in writing. Third, the District Medical Examiner must give approval for the cremation which requires a completed death certificate for their review."
Rambler

Red Deer, Canada

#485208 Jan 22, 2013
FL ST406_12 wrote:
<quoted text>
Because there was a CAUSE of death.
A HOMICIDE caused the child's death.

Had she not been murdered, she would NOT have died.

How hard is that for you to understand?
AN other

United States

#485209 Jan 22, 2013
"406.11 Examinations, investigations, and autopsies..(Title XXIX Florida Statutes)
(1) In any of the following circumstances involving the death of a human being, the medical examiner of the district in which the death occurred or the body was found shall determine the cause of death and shall, for that purpose, make or have performed such examinations, investigations, and autopsies as
he or she shall deem necessary or as shall be requested by the state attorney:
(a) When any person dies in the state:
1. Of criminal violence.
2. By accident.
3. By suicide.
4. Suddenly, when in apparent good health.
5. Unattended by a practicing physician or other recognized practitioner.
6. In any prison or penal institution.
7. In police custody.
8. In any suspicious or unusual circumstance.
9. By criminal abortion.
10. By poison.
11. By disease constituting a threat to public health.
12. By disease, injury, or toxic agent resulting from employment.
(b) When a dead body is brought into the state without proper medical certification.(c) When a body is to be cremated, dissected or buried at sea ."

“"Where the weak are....”

Level 4

Since: Mar 10

killed and eaten"

#485210 Jan 22, 2013
AN other wrote:
<quoted text>
"There are three basic legal requirements which must be met before a cremation can be performed in Florida. First, at least 48 hours must elapse between the time of death and the time of the cremation. Second, a legally authorized individual must give permission for the cremation in writing. Third, the District Medical Examiner must give approval for the cremation which requires a completed death certificate for their review."
Seems reasonable. After two autopsies, one from the state and the from the defense, why would they not sign off?

If they didn't...I guess it's proof the A's are wearing Hector in their jewelry.
AN other

United States

#485211 Jan 22, 2013
"(The Attending Physician must sign the Death Certificate & the Medical Examiner must also approve the cremation)"

http://affinitycremation.com/documents/affini...

“"Where the weak are....”

Level 4

Since: Mar 10

killed and eaten"

#485212 Jan 22, 2013
Rambler wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry, I don't have it saved. But if you search you'll find various references to it.
But it makes sense when you think about it because everyone knows bodies are exhumed from time to time for additional medical examination.
So why would the State want to destroy possible evidence when it's already known the deceased was murdered, especially when no one had yet been convicted for that murder?
No time to search...I have to explain the affect of the fiscal cliff all day again.
Rambler

Red Deer, Canada

#485213 Jan 22, 2013
AN other wrote:
<quoted text>
"There are three basic legal requirements which must be met before a cremation can be performed in Florida. First, at least 48 hours must elapse between the time of death and the time of the cremation. Second, a legally authorized individual must give permission for the cremation in writing. Third, the District Medical Examiner must give approval for the cremation which requires a completed death certificate for their review."
Yes, and a ME does not approve a cremation certificate when the victim was murdered.

How come you all so desperately to BELIEVE in the future it will come to pass the remains were indeed cremated?

But in order to subscribe to BELIEVING that will become true, you are also BELIEVING Jose Baez and Casey who proclaims her INNOCENCE!

BWWWAAAAAA!!! See where that's going?
AN other

United States

#485214 Jan 22, 2013
Same Location wrote:
<quoted text>Seems reasonable. After two autopsies, one from the state and the from the defense, why would they not sign off?
If they didn't...I guess it's proof the A's are wearing Hector in their jewelry.
On December 23, 2008, very soon after Caylee's remains were identified, cindy requested and received permission to have her remains cremated.
Rambler

Red Deer, Canada

#485215 Jan 22, 2013
AN other wrote:
"406.11 Examinations, investigations, and autopsies..(Title XXIX Florida Statutes)
(1) In any of the following circumstances involving the death of a human being, the medical examiner of the district in which the death occurred or the body was found shall determine the cause of death and shall, for that purpose, make or have performed such examinations, investigations, and autopsies as
he or she shall deem necessary or as shall be requested by the state attorney:
(a) When any person dies in the state:
1. Of criminal violence.
2. By accident.
3. By suicide.
4. Suddenly, when in apparent good health.
5. Unattended by a practicing physician or other recognized practitioner.
6. In any prison or penal institution.
7. In police custody.
8. In any suspicious or unusual circumstance.
9. By criminal abortion.
10. By poison.
11. By disease constituting a threat to public health.
12. By disease, injury, or toxic agent resulting from employment.
(b) When a dead body is brought into the state without proper medical certification.(c) When a body is to be cremated, dissected or buried at sea ."
(b) does not prove (a) 1.

Why don't you end the debate, quit all your silly cutitng and pasting, and just contact a Medical Examiner and ask him or her if they would sign a cremation certificate for a murder victim?

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