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FRONTLINE | Post Mortem | You've Never Seen This on 'CSI' | PBS

Duration: 03:50
Program: Frontline #2907
Broadcast Date: Feb. 1, 2011

With no access to refrigeration and no funding for a burial, Coroner Tim Brown of Marlboro County, SC, says he made a "professional decision" to cremate the decomposing remains of a John Doe, who was later identified as athlete Michael Jordan's father. In "Post Mortem," airing Feb. 1, FRONTLINE, ProPublica and NPR examine the reality of death investigation in America.

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Post Date: January 27, 2011