An unlicensed funeral director accused of stealing more than $12,000 from an elderly couple could face more charges after authorities found 12 bodies and the cremated remains of more than 40 others in two self-storage units he rented, authorities say.
“Suffolk District Attorney Daniel Conley said no foul play is suspected and investigators were working to identify the remains. Conley’s spokesman, Jake Wark, said no charges have been sought against O’Donnell in the discovery of the human remains, but authorities are conducting a criminal investigation. O’Donnell’s funeral director’s license lapsed in 2008.”
No foul play, no charges…..no license….there MUST be an oversight board of non-political members to investigate these occurrences that are increasing in numbers
See on Scoop.it – Corrupt elected officials, unqualified coroner
The Bucks County Coroner’s Office said the driver realized immediately that the door had opened and retrieved the body within minutes.
“A corpse on a gurney fell out of a coroner’s van when a door malfunctioned, sending the dead body into the middle of a busy roadway in Pennsylvania.”
Do you think that securing a corpse securely in the coroner’s van is covered in training? Just another incident of improperly trained employees associated with Pennsylvania’s archaic coroner system
Reaching hands, new beginning
Diversions for the aching heart; death, lost love, tragedy are causes for a sadness like no other.
There are melancholy days; but one day it becomes necessary to leave our past behind and move on to better things, brighter life and new beginnings; diversions.
The past will always re-surface like a pop-up window on an Internet screen at inopportune moments bringing with it the familiar aching heart, waves of sorrow and tears.
A special day will happen though unpredicted, unscheduled; one that was never noted on the calendar or refrigerator door, it is only written on the heart.
That day will bring with it a ray of sunshine breaking through the clouds of the mind. The light will peek through first as a glimmer then flood the surrounding space with brightness. A brightness that will direct to a new future.
“Let go and move on”, how many time have we heard that? But couldn’t follow the direction or were not ready to abandon the recollections, the mental pictures that remain frozen in our subconscious mind.
This new light, can we accept a hand offering the way to healing, a new vision for our future or a guiding hand of destiny?
Do we resist and cling to the past for fear of losing treasured moments, or take the gently outstretched hand and trust it will be as promised – a source of renewed faith?
Professional Ethics in the Digital Forensics Discipline
Digital forensics examiners all confront ethical dilemmas made possible because they use privileged access to information systems and data, and because their services are almost always engaged incident to controversies. Examiners at one time or another will be exposed to trade secrets, threats to national security, information that private parties may pay handsomely for (or for the spoliation thereof), and highly personal information, including diaries, notes, personal photographs, and the like. Evidence found, overlooked, or determined not to exist by an examiner may decide the outcome of a multi-million dollar case, whether someone is imprisoned or set free, or which parent will be awarded custody of a child.
Regulation of the Profession
Some of the contemporary informal writing by respected scholars who have considered the codes of ethics in digital forensics suggests that they are inadequate at protecting the integrity of the profession:
Forensics is a field of expertise that touts qualification of those who use the designation as part of their professional field of expertise.
However, recently there have been new schools offering ‘forensic’ training in many fields with little actual classroom training. One would only need to search for forensic schools to find online schools offering training, continuing education, etcetera but “does not offer, issue, nor evaluate eligibility for certification”
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When we are very young, life seems endless and moving along so slowly.
There are time markers for parents, little one learns to sit up, walk, tie shoes, learn to read. Then the big ones, when they learn to drive, graduate from school, go away to college and of course marriage.
Mothers have an sense about their young; their well-being and dangers that lie in waiting for the innocent young. Just as the Mama Bear protects their young, human mothers watch over and guide their offspring.
Listen when she tells you:
Beware the person who must always have an enemy – for they may be the enemy in disguise.
Observe how he/she treats their parents my mother said to me – that is a good indicator of how a wife or husband will be treated once married.
Good words of advice from a Mother.
My sister, Bert Giles, her daughter Elease and grand-daughter Kelly
“The government is failing to conduct key safety inspections on oil & gas wells on federal and Native American land.
“Johnson County may have the most uninspected wells, but it’s far from the only place where the problem exists.
A map is viewable at the source of the original post.