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  • I saw why people died and how they died. I saw gunshot wounds and liver failure. It was a good learning experience, so I came regularly on weekends and holidays.
    (Michael Baden)

  • It's likely there was more than one perpetrator, ... It's hard for a single perpetrator to control two victims at the same time in a public place.
    (Michael Baden)

  • I get involved if a problem comes up after the death has been investigated by the local authority.
    (Michael Baden)

  • It takes some learning, ... but we each have our strengths. Linda's a great writer I'm a great copy editor. I did a lot of copy editing at my college newspapers and other things, which I enjoyed very much. And I never saw anything that couldn't be changed 'Four score and seven years ago' What is that Eighty-seven years ago
    (Michael Baden)

  • That made me think I could contribute more to society by looking at people on the autopsy table and feeding back the findings so that lots of people could benefit, rather than just treating patients one at a time.
    (Michael Baden)


  • I don't have any personal upset at the death penalty as an abstraction, ... What I do realize is how many mistakes can be made with the way things are being done now.
    (Michael Baden)

  • It seemed ironic that Lowell Levine and I, who were both Jewish, were going over to identify the remains of a man who was so anti-Semitic.
    (Michael Baden)

  • If it's the perpetrator, there's a possibility that he's taunting the police. He knew the area. This isn't anybody from Boston who came down to kill her. This is homegrown.
    (Michael Baden)

  • My opinion, ... ... is it was not caused by somebody's fingernail.
    (Michael Baden)

  • That was after Napoleon died because there is still a controversy as to whether Napoleon was poisoned with arsenic. And the French say the British did it and the British say the French did it, but he died before the test for arsenic was available.
    (Michael Baden)

  • Tape is wonderful at preserving evidence - fingerprints, hairs, fibers. Tape preserves this, especially on the sticky side, even if the body's been out there for a year.
    (Michael Baden)

  • Arsenic sticks around and today it's easily found after death if somebody thinks of looking for it, because the problem with arsenic, it isn't looked for in the common tests for drugs.
    (Michael Baden)

  • It's a deep, irregular cut and it was cut by some sharp, jagged object ... a jagged piece of glass or a knife. My opinion is it was most likely broken glass.
    (Michael Baden)

  • There were things done to her while she was alive and when she was dead that were unnecessary to simply commit a murder. The police have a lot of stuff to work with.
    (Michael Baden)

  • My opinion is that he died because of what you see in the videotape.
    (Michael Baden)


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