Baby death

Marco de Innocentis mdeinnocentisNOmdSPAM at hotmail.com.invalid
Sun Jun 25 10:43:57 EST 2000


If a post-mortem establishes that a child aged less than a
year died by choking on his own vomit, is this consistent
with the kid having been suffocated? Or are there more
likely explainations (reaction to a vaccine, mercury
poisoning)? Would an examination of the remains, a year
later, be able to find out more about the real cause of
death?
Thanks,

Marco
mdeinnocentis at hotmail.com

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