• Baden explains that there are very few forensic pathologists, and that as a result, many investigations are faulty.
• Baden discusses his involvement with a group tasked with determining whether Kennedy was killed by a single shooter, and their findings.
• After medical school, Baden explains how he came to choose forensic pathology.
• In chapter Three, Baden discusses how autopsies are performed, including how to look for poisons, how to calculate time of death, and differences in organ tissues.
• In Chapter 4, Baden discusses the history of the medical examiner position, from 1194 to the current medical examiner position.
• Baden defends his decisions made while he was a medical examiner for New York in Chapter 5.
• In Chapter 6, Baden discusses various ways to identify a body.
• Baden also discusses various policies related to how police handle investigations between jurisdictions.
• In Chapter 7, Baden discusses alternative methods to discovering...
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