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CORONER RACE LISTED AS BRAWL IN SF EXAMINER

Original post made by R.GORDON, another community, on Jun 11, 2010

How can a story about OUR re elected CORONER not be reported when it made the papers in the Bay Area, for what is most certainly a pretty wild story with a lot of questions which went unanswered and REMOVED by ALMANAC whenever it knows it has a REALLY EMBARRASSING story.
In this case, Fourcault's history as Coroner. Nevares' attempt to get her boss' information made known for those all "forgiving" types who MAY one day find themselves NOT staring into his eyes.
Personally, I have written several coroners including news sources and the famous DR G who investigates deaths by doing autopsies.
The PICON case looks like it will be reopened after the Picon boy's heart, was never returned to the family when the 23 year old died.
It is curious, but more than that, amazing how COUNTY like this could, with all of its rich and famous MOVIE STARS, computer worlds richest men, and many more private MONIED people, whose bodies would end up on this CORONER'S steel gurneys by law. Not I.
All I wanted was to know the requirements to run for Coroner, and salary......
I learned that the ONLY prerequisite was to be 18 years of age and a valid proof of citizenship....or was it a driver's license?
Did not find the salary, nor was it offered.
PLEASE DO NOT KILL THIS STORY ALSO.

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