The Real CSI


July 18, 2015

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In detective novels and television crime dramas like CSI, American morgues are staffed by highly trained medical professionals equipped with the most sophisticated tools of 21st-century science. The reality, though, is far different. In a joint reporting effort, ProPublica, PBS’s Frontline and NPR spent a year looking at the nation's 2,300 coroner and medical examiner offices and found a deeply dysfunctional system that quite literally buries its mistakes. (From the US) (Documentary) M (A) CC