Unnatural Death: Confessions of a Medical Examiner Topics for Discussion

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Give two reasons Baden decides to go into forensic pathology.

Give at least three examples of how the mishandling of the Kennedy case helped to fuel the conspiracy claims.

What are two of the three ways to determine time of death?

Which poison leaves the smell of bitter almonds in the human body?

In the case of the headless, handless woman how does Baden learn the identity of the victim?

When Baden is chief ME in New York, why does the DA and Baden's boss, Ferrer, want him demoted?

In the case involving the two boys stealing gas from their boss, Dr. Brown, what is Dr. Brown's cause of death?

In the case of Gail Morris, the woman found in the Volkswagen, how did common sense play an important role in determining time of death?

What was one positive thing that came from Attica?

Who was the...

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