Skip to comments.Cook Co. To Begin Posting Photos Of Unclaimed Bodies Online
Posted on 03/07/2013 3:06:16 PM PST by Biggirl
CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -For the first time, the Cook County medical examiner's office has posted photos of unclaimed bodies on their website in an effort to help identify them. The program is generating some controversy because of the graphic images, but for the sake of people missing loved ones, this is a decision where the medical examiner believes the ends justify the means.
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Those with missing loved ones in Cook County too lazy to go look in person?
*&^% is missing but its not like we’ll ever go look for them
I am wondering if the Unclaimed Bodies are homeless people.
It is Cook County!!!
Wait for the next reality show:
Corpse Pawn or Body Bag Wars.
This will end after the pix start getting turned into ‘funny’ memes and ‘zombie’ Photoshops.
And the lawsuits begin.
That must be my boy Jerome he has nine bullet holes in him!
This is a good idea. Some people can’t afford to go look in person. I have a relative who went missing in California, not a thing I can do about it from here.
Now Bill Clinton has another place to go date hunting on line.
I’m sure that the “loving relations” will jump into claiming dead bodies so Chi-town can unload the morgue, and let the family pay for all the burial expenses.
Makes perfect sense!
Americans are such a coddled and protected people from the harsh realities of life by our overlords. Read a story about the drug wars in a mexican newspaper or website. Sometimes seeing the graphic truth, unfiltered by the psychological trauma-nazis sends the message home.
Reminiscent of the Nazis, but who cares?
My guess is that they already voted for OBayMe last year. IMO, that would seem a typical scenario for Liberal RATs don’t ya think?
——Body Bag Wars.-——
Ok that is funny...
That made me LMAO!!!
...just curious.... how many will be on-the-payroll city employees or active voters ????
Uh, yeah, that might help.
Soetoro did such a great job at fixing problems in Chicago that he got promoted to POTUS.
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