Printed Letters: March 26, 2014

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Mr. Lisnow I can tell you that “changing” parties is and should not be a measure of integrity.  However, as a Registered Nurse I CAN tell you that documentation is almost as important as the actual examination. The coroner must be able to tell a story through their examination of the body and its fluids.  If that story is only partially told, years later there is no cohesion of the story. That is lack of “integrity” to the victim and to the job paid for by my tax dollars.  That makes me angry.  I don’t care which party the coroner is affiliated with as long as the job is completed to its logical and terminal end.  The question is why anyone responsible for such a profound process would think that unfinished LEGAL documentation is acceptable.



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