I had the opportunity to meet Henry Lee shortly after the OJ trial - he came to (what was then) GD Searle for a lecture, but of couse, ended up speaking about the famous cases he'd been on, i.e., OJ, and Kennedy-Smith - you may recall he got him off the hook, too. His logic seemed to make sense - - - at the time.
We all know OJ did it.
Jacqueline M. O'Connor HT(ASCP)
Global Pharmaceutical Research and Development
Pamela Marcum <firstname.lastname@example.org>
02/14/2003 03:16 PM
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Subject: RE: CSI
Are we sure it wasn't 1850? I assume Henry Lee was not available and had
better sense along with any other good forensic pathologist or expert.
Maybe the first coroner from the OJ trial took the job. He botched just
about everything in several cases prior to that one. Pam
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> He must have retired in the 1950's.