Michael Baden - This person is one of the country's leading forensic experts, has been a consulting forensic pathologist to the US Department of Justice, the Department of Veteran Affairs, the FBI and the Russian Government, and is the main person in the book.
Milton Helpern - This person, the chief medical examiner at Bellevue at one time, is the person who gets the writer excited about forensic pathology and helps the writer choose this path of medicine.
Commander James J. Humes - This is the person who preformed Kennedy's autopsy.
Samuell Yeoungman - This person was the first man ever autopsied as part of a murder investigation, which occurred in 1665.
Dr. Charles Norris - This person is the first chief medical examiner and head of Bellevue Hospital Laboratory in New York from 1918 through 1935.
Robert Morgenthau - This person is the district attorney of Manhattan when the...
This section contains 293 words
(approx. 1 page at 300 words per page)