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Calgary M.E. former, accused of being "bodyguard"

The accusation of the Texas children's organs of deceased victims has been denounced by families with criminal and criminal investigations against the former Calgary medical examiners.

Dr. Sam Andrews and Dr. Evan Matsh, who left in March 2011 at the medical examiners office in Calgary, last week handed over $ 1 million to former law enforcement officers in Lubbock County, who was accused of being a Pathologic company based in the California NAAG Patologia Labs, After firing the concerns about the inappropriate collection of children's tissues and their children.

According to the judge, 72. According to the court, the former medical examiner at Lubbock, Tita Senee Graves, warned that Matshes was removed from organs and organs during the autopsy, and was sent to the National Autopsy National Records (NAAG) in San Diego. Additionally, Matshes made procedures without the permission of Texas to practice medicine, and told more about "research" workers to collect more children's fabrics.

NAAG Patologia Labs has denied mistakes.

Eventually, at a press conference, Graves said the local media worried about the new direction taken by former Calgary pathologists. In fact, when they took office in recent years, children were forced to collect organs and tissue samples when there was abuse of a body of control that had died naturally.

"Regarding these children, it did not matter what the cause of death was: the brains, spinal cord, the backs of the neck were taken, sometimes the ribs, sometimes the parts of the legs, the heart, the lungs, the eyeballs … all San Diego," he replied, "he said to the reporter.

"When you do not have to be the tissues that are taking the cause of death when you are doing it, there is no sense of the word."

Attorney Kevin Glasheen, the representative of Graves, as well as the financial prize, calls the district to return to work.

"Ms. Graves is the heroine to explain those bodybuilders in California at the Lubbock County Medical Examiner," said the release.

"Of course, they immediately fired them for that, and now we will pay them."

Dr. Sam Andrews filmed at his Calgary office in 2009 when he was a medical assistant.

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Mr. Bryan Witt of the Texas Department of Public Safety confirmed that Texas Rangers, a state-run crime investigator, have been investigating at the Lubbock medical examination, but the details have been discussed.

"It would not be possible to discuss events about the case as a result of ongoing investigation, but I certify that Texas Rangers are investigating allegations against the Lubbock Medical Examination Office at the Lubbock District Attorney's Office," Witt wrote on Monday.

"Once the Rangers investigation is complete, all research findings will be returned to the Attorney's Office in the Lubbock County District."

The Texas Media Council has reportedly investigated allegations of local media.

On Tuesday, a statement issued by NAAG indicated Andrews's trust, which he was named the chief medical examiner in the region last year.

"Both Dr. Andrews and NAAG Pathology Labs make every effort to complete their services between national and international standards," he said.

"NAAG Pathology Labs or Dr. Andrews has acted successfully against public interest, and NAAG Pathology Labs is behind the work of Dr. Andrews, and we will vigorously defend against all allegations. We are sure that all defective claims will be".

When they arrived at the corporate offices of San Diego, on Tuesday, the company, who was planning to become the Canadian office in Calgary, did not immediately comment.

Matshes presented in a $ 30-million lawsuit in 2014, a report by the Alberta government and former chief of Alberta in the medical report, by Anny Sauvageau, charging his career disaster, spreading false information about him.

Shortly after his departure, Matshes worked for 13 months at the Calgary Medical Office, questioning Alberta Justice investigations in 14 cases, of which 13 were "reasonable". However, after deciding to determine the process that the panel of the Queen's Court would later remove from the panel, the investigators provided complete information.

According to an online biography, Matshes, a graduate of Saskatchewan University, participates in research, teaching and publishing in Pediatric Pathology Pathology. He developed a new conceptual model and traumatized traumatism in childhood. "

The news of the deceased is particularly destructive to Alyssa Hammontree, a resident of Odessa Texas, who learned that his son, Zaydrian, and his death in August last year had allegedly abused children, led to the murder of the Marqalo capital. Divonte Flores – may be two children in which case removal of organs inadequate cases.

Odessa's Zaydrian Guerra was killed for two years, died in August 2018, and Lubbock County Medical Examiners Office is among the members of the Lubbock County Medical Examiners Office who had been unauthorized to remove the organs and tissues it had. Some Calgary former pathologists are named for $ 1 million in litigation. Family-friendly photo

Hammont's Postmedia has been signing an organ card for two years after the death of his son, who gave him heart, liver and kidney. But he explicitly dismissed the only son of his son for investigation purposes, asking for forms at the hospital.

"I wanted to rest in peace, but it would be horrible to die," said Hammontre, Zaydrian, who was a smart and loving boy who loved the water balloon and Paw Patrol.

"When I found them all I found out".

He arrested a lawyer and said he was investigating judicial action seven months ago while the results of an autopsy continued to wait.

With Matshes in constant legal struggle, the province's justice and law office discussed the latest allegations, and did not report any similar accusations that occurred in the time of Calgary.

During the 13 months of Calgary, Matshes investigated 426 deaths, including 262 autopsies and 164 external exams.

"Doctor Matshes and job placement by Dr. Matshes and the Government of Alberta (in this case before the courts) are in the current criminal case, and we can not comment on it," said the ministry in a statement.

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