Slow, Painstaking Work
I wrote an editorial in 2006 about my cousin, Scarlett Parsley-Hooker, who was killed in a plane crash in Lexington, KY. The flight was a domestic short run from Lexington to Atlanta. On the morning of Aug. 27, 2006, the flight crashed while attempting to take off. Unfortunately, the plane's pilots had placed the flight on the wrong (too short) outbound runway.
Needless to say, I think often about that fateful day, and often find myself Googling the news to see what's happened since that flight crashed.
I came across an interesting story about forensic pathology and its portrayal in the media. It's slow, painstaking work.
Read more here: http://www.wlky.com/news/15413933/detail.html