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The gruesome discovery at the Tri-State Crematory property in Noble, Georgia, was described as a scene out of a horror movie. Authorities found hundreds of bodies scattered throughout the woods, buried in pits and stuffed in burial vaults. The discovery of the Marshes shocking secret resonated around the world. The search and recovery of uncremated bodies did not end this tale of horror. The funeral home industry played a part in this macabre crime. The funeral home staff had a sacred duty to ensure the human remains entrusted to their care for cremation were cremated. What could possibly possess so many funeral homes staff to ignore state law by contracting with an unlicensed crematory? You will read funeral directors testimony about what transpired during the Tri-State debacle. When people are harmed they look to the attorneys for protection of their legal rights. There was a problem with this case - big money was involved. In the history of the judicial system when millions of dollars are involved, lawyers have been known to cut corners of legal ethics to facilitate settlement of cases mindful of the big legal fees involved. You will learn about the settlement agreement with the Marshes. You will read transcripts from the testimony of Brent and Clara Marsh. Was this family protected? You decide. Neither hype nor liberty has been taken with the presentation of the facts presented in this book, as the photographs, court documents and especially the Orders of the Court setting forth the settlement of the Georgia class action speaks loudly to the facts. Readers can easily draw their own conclusions about the truth.
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Teri Crawford was born and raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She has more than 20 years experience as a Registered Nurse and completed her Master s Degree as a Womens Health Nurse Practitioner in 1997. She retired with the rank of Major from the Air Force Reserve in 2007 having served four years active duty and was activated during Desert Storm. Teri currently works as an Assistant Professor of Nursing. Prior to this, she worked as the DNA Coordinator during the Tri-State Crematory tragedy. She has worked tirelessly to find out the true facts in this macabre crime and to shed light on the wrongdoing of those involved. To this day, she continues to search for the location of her brother s body.
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