Only murder investigations take this much time.
[Jon Thogmartin, medical examiner for Pinellas and Pasco counties] acknowledges that he is probably treating
Schiavo [Theresa Marie Schindler] differently than he would other autopsies.
"This is a case that as far as the pathology goes is fairly routine," he said. "But there is all this ancillary stuff and the problem is the time delay. You have a 15-year delay between the incident (when Schiavo collapsed and her brain was deprived of oxygen) and the time of death."
All those unexplained broken bones to count. All those futile searches for any
permanent damage whatsoever on a heart muscle that allegedly suffered major cardiac arrest. All that figuring out how to make Robed Master George Greer not appear to be chief accomplice to judicially assisted murder. These things
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