No. I do not believe so. The death was ruled a Homicide, but the cause of
death was undetermined, but unnatural causes.
I'm just trying to figure out if they decided not to pursue it any longer
because she had cocaine in her system. If this amount was a lot, then I
could at least understand the reasoning behind it, although I would not
agree with it.
I think there may be something more going on here, possibly a cover up of
sorts. I don't want to go into it any further on the list, but if you are
interested, or you think you can help, please e-mail me privately, and I'll
give you more info.
Thanks for your response!
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Date: Friday, November 01, 2002 14:17:40
Subject: [forensic-science] Re: Group Question
Did the officials drop the case because of the cocaine in the
victims body and decide it was a suicide instead of a homicide?
--- In forensic-science@y..., "alexis " <angel1331acc@m...> wrote:
> Can anyone tell me how much cocaine this is:
> "0.01 mg of cocaine per 100 gram of material"
> This is taken from an autopsy report, and I'm trying to figure out
> indications are in this report.
> Thanks in advance to anyone who can help!
> Take care...................................
> Alexis Campbell