William The Coroner’s Forensic Files

Thursday, 22, April, 2010


Filed under: Forensics,WTF? — williamthecoroner @ 14:59

Most of what a forensic pathologist does is paperwork.  Yes, there are autopsies, but there are also view sheets, scene sheets, effects inventories, death certificates, and autopsy reports.  Plus there are papers to read, articles to write, and sometimes it seems my job kills a whole lot of trees.

But a coroner’s inquest was found for the happenings at the O.K. Corral.  The story is HERE:

The handwritten document was put in a manila envelope marked “keep”.  Well, it was.  (Not well, but it was kept)

1 Comment »

  1. Too bad we can’t see it on line, that IS an interesting piece of history!

    Comment by Old NFO — Saturday, 24, April, 2010 @ 21:25 | Reply

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