At least that’s what the A.P. is reporting.
I haven’t yet heard who got the job.
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Oh, so will they be taking medicolegal death investigation seriously this time? Let’s hope so for the dead, their loved ones, and the citizens of Mississippi.
In view of his extensive experience in forensic examinations and familiarity with the Mississippi judicial system, the State Hiring Board has decided to waive the Certification Requirement and hire…”
Aresen: Not funny!
So I have a sick and twisted sense of humor.
(I’d say bite me, but it would be misinterpreted.)
I laughed too.
What’s even scarier is the intent to hire 2 associates…*biting my tongue*
“Mississippi Set to Hire First State Medical Examiner Since 1995″
I swear I read that quick as “Mississippi To Set Fire to First State Medical Examiner Since 1995.”
I got a sick feeling of disappointment in my stomach when I realized I read it wrong.
I can’t wait to see how this turns out.
The job was posted today on the NAME website, along with an opening for an Associate ME.
Here’s the “new” Mississippi medical examiner.
He needed a job and had connections.
The Truth is Hayne couldn’t pass his forensic boards. The DAs who support him are crooked and have no idea what it takes to “do a good job”. They are simply not qualified to make such an observation.
Mississippi now has let go of 8 qualified Board certified pathologists from Tennessee. (Politics)
Never has anyone mentioned the name of the Dr. who will replace these 8.
Why? Because he is a foreign born physician (from Egypt) kicked out of Kenya for lying under oath. Look it up.
The same scams and shams keep plaguing our state. Where is the justice?
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