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Unnatural Death: Confessions of a Medical Examiner Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7-9 Summary

Michael Baden
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Chapter 7-9 Summary and Analysis

In chapter seven, Baden discusses the ways in which to find time of death and why that can be important. One case he works on where time of death is important is the John Belushi case.

John Belushi supposedly died of a drug overdose he gave himself while he was alone in a hotel room; however none of that added up to Baden. Cathy Smith, Belushi's friend who was with him earlier in the day, said she gave him an injection early in the morning and then Belushi took a shower then lay down and went to sleep. Smith claimed that Belushi was sleeping when she left him a few hours later. When Baden ran the all the standard test to determine time of death, they all came back with different times, so Baden had to take them all into consideration when trying...

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