15 July 2009

Keeping A Dead Body In The Freezer Legal In Maryland

Anne Arundel County prosecutors said it is legal to not report a death and to put the body in a freezer - as was discovered in a Glen Burnie apartment over the weekend. Last Friday when police were called to the apartment on Furnace Branch Rd., they found the body of Doris Lea Cooke. No foul play was suspected.


According to Baltimore's daily newspaper; In 1999, Anne Arundel County prosecutors could find no law under which to prosecute 25-year-old Richard "Prince" Marshall, who led police to the place where he had secretly buried his 4-year-old daughter, Zaira, in a trash bag after she died accidentally eight months earlier.

AND FINALLY . . . out of England



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