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Unnatural Death: Confessions of a Medical Examiner Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 1-3 Summary

Michael Baden
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Chapter 1-3 Summary and Analysis

In chapter one, Baden explains that when dealing with the untimely death of famous people, the public often wants to believe there is something more to their death. He notes cases like Marilyn Monroe, Bobby Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., and the most famous John F. Kennedy. In all these cases these untimely tragic deaths are shocking, yet the findings so simplistic the public cannot or will not accept the conclusions. There has to be something more sinister behind these deaths.

After heading up the Select Committee on Assassinations, Baden and eight other medical examiners (ME) are looking into the JF Kennedy assassination. There has been so much talk of a conspiracy that Baden and his team have gathered to set the record straight and prove once and for all what really happened in Dealey Plaza.

That would not prove to be so...

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