A medical examiner initially ruled that Virginia Gregg died of natural causes in her home in west Charlotte. It turned out she was strangled. Statewide, medical examiners fail to follow crucial steps, raising questions about the accuracy of thousands of death rulings.
A medical examiner initially ruled that Virginia Gregg died of natural causes in her home in west Charlotte. It turned out she was strangled. Statewide, medical examiners fail to follow crucial steps, raising questions about the accuracy of thousands of death rulings.
A medical examiner initially ruled that Virginia Gregg died of natural causes in her home in west Charlotte. It turned out she was strangled. Statewide, medical examiners fail to follow crucial steps, raising questions about the accuracy of thousands of death rulings.

When the elderly die in North Carolina, fewer questions are asked

May 20, 2014 06:00 PM

UPDATED February 15, 2015 11:21 AM

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