Secondly, I want to know exactly what proof is presented that "second-hand smoke" caused this death. Did they find actual "second-hand smoke" in the lungs or lung tissue? How does one make the definitive diagnosis that "second hand smoke" has caused a death.
Last, but not least, why was this young lady putting herself in an enviornment like that if she were that sensitive to "second hand smoke"? This could not have been the first time that she had encountered it.
Sorry--but I just don't buy it.
Did they find actual “second-hand smoke” in the lungs or lung tissue?... No. Of course not.
The establishment has been waiting for this canary to show up for a long time; looks like they finally got what they wanted.
The coroner ruled the death was due to asthma; Professor Rosenblum is the one maintaining that it was due to secondhand smoke.
Michigan is still working on a statewide ban but having some problems as all counties and the state legislature haven’t agreed on it.
By jumping on this isolated and rare happenstance, I believe the activist’s have appropriated this poor girl’s death and the family’s grief as a springboard to success.