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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Baden offer to do a minimum autopsy?
(a) To cover up the removal of the body.
(b) To ensure political power.
(c) To hide the evidence.
(d) To soothe the Hasidic Jews of the community.
2. What did Fried's three daughters not believe?
(a) That he died of a gunshot wound.
(b) That he drown.
(c) That his death was a suicide.
(d) That he fell from a ladder.
3. Why was Sunny von Bulow hospitalized the second time?
(a) Sunny von Bulow overdosed on cocaine.
(b) Sunny von Bulow overdosed on alcohol.
(c) Sunny von Bulow overdosed on heroin.
(d) Sunny von Bulow overdosed on aspirin.
4. How did Jerald Sklar claim Catherine Fried had killed her husband?
(a) By sitting on a pillow over his face.
(b) By stabbing him.
(c) By strangling him with a telephone cord.
(d) By poisoning him.
5. Why did Nigerians misdiagnose the reddish color of the brain in the body of Whitney Young, as a brain hemorrhage?
(a) There was evidence he was struck on the head.
(b) The body was head down for several hours.
(c) There was evidence he had a bacterial disease.
(d) There was blood loss in the brain.
6. Why was Leonard Barco an obvious suspect for the killing of Gail Morris?
(a) He was the last to be seen with her alive.
(b) He was her husband.
(c) He was her brother.
(d) He was the last person to leave her apartment.
7. What does Baden find when he examines the body of Gail Morris?
(a) There are stab wounds.
(b) There are wounds consistent with being hit in the head.
(c) There are gunshot wounds in the back.
(d) There are no signs of murder.
8. Why were the corrections officers not supposed to take part in the raid?
(a) They would be slower.
(b) They would seek revenge.
(c) They would side with inmates.
(d) They would be reluctant to kill.
9. What did the Buffalo Killer do to the taxi drivers in Buffalo?
(a) Cut out their kidneys.
(b) Cut off their hands.
(c) Cut out their hearts.
(d) Cut off their heads.
10. Who led the state police in the raid?
(a) William Quinn.
(b) Roger Champen.
(c) Hank Williams.
(d) Frank Smith.
11. What caused the riot?
(a) The prisoners were being starved.
(b) Privileges were taken away from a prisoner.
(c) A guard was killed.
(d) A prisoner was killed.
12. What activity does Baden claim plays havoc on teen suicide rates?
(a) Death by strangulation as an accidental effect of sexual experimentation.
(b) Death by starvation as an accidental effect of sexual experimentation.
(c) Death by drug overdose as an accidental effect of sexual experimentation.
(d) Death by dehydration as an accidental effect of sexual experimentation.
13. How did Baden know Fried's death was not suicide by overdose?
(a) He had low levels of heroin in his system.
(b) He had low levels of barbiturates in his system.
(c) He had low levels of cocaine in his system.
(d) He did not have any drugs in his system.
14. Why were MEs suspicious of the number of SIDS deaths?
(a) Only one in a million die of SIDS.
(b) SIDS is a genetic disease.
(c) Only three in a thousand die of SIDS.
(d) SIDS is caused by smoking, and the Tinnings did not smoke.
15. What did Catherine steal while Paul was in the hospital?
(a) $100,000 and Paul's will.
(b) His jewelry.
(c) $10,000 and Paul's will.
(d) $6,000 and Paul's pre-nuptial agreement.
Short Answer Questions
1. Claus von Bulow was originally found guilty of what?
2. What did the funeral director miss when preparing the body for funeral?
3. How did the ME know Masgay had been frozen?
4. How did the masochist doctor die at the end of Chapter Ten?
5. What does Baden claim was the cause of death for Whitney Young?
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