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Pathology (INACTIVE)

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  • On anniversary of Iraq war, legislators petition for Medal of Honor for Marine

     
    On the 10th anniversary of the start of U.S.-led operations in Iraq, a bipartisan group of legislators in Washington submitted a resolution calling for the Medal of Honor to be awarded to Marine Sgt. Rafael Peralta of San Diego, killed......
  • Congressman renews efforts for Medal of Honor for fallen Marine

     
    Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Alpine) is renewing his efforts to have the Medal of Honor awarded to a Marine from San Diego killed in combat in Iraq. In 2008, then-Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates ruled the actions of Sgt. Rafael Peralta......
  • Monster says no evidence shows its energy drinks killed girl, 14

    Monster says no evidence shows its energy drinks killed girl, 14
    Monster Beverage Corp. has its own take on what happened to Anais Fournier, the 14-year-old Maryland girl whose family blames her 2011 death on her consumption of Monster energy drinks. The Fourniers sued Monster in October, alleging negligence and...
  • Defense chief: Standards not met for Marine Medal of Honor award

     
    In rejecting a recommendation that Marine Sgt. Rafael Peralta be posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta said the evidence in the case falls short of the standards for the nation's highest medal for combat bravery.......
  • No Medal of Honor for San Diego Marine killed in Iraq

     
    The secretary of Defense has decided not to overrule his predecessor and posthumously award the Medal of Honor to Marine Sgt. Rafael Peralta of San Diego, Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Alpine) announced Wednesday. The decision by Defense Secretary Leon E....
  • D.A. dismissed tennis umpire case without seeing defense report

     
    Prosecutors made a decision to drop a murder charge against professional tennis umpire Lois Goodman before her attorneys turned over a defense team pathology report that disputed a coroner's finding that her husband was killed....
  • Decision on Medal of Honor for San Diego Marine may be near

     
    Eight years ago this week, Marine Sgt. Rafael Peralta of San Diego was killed in Iraq during the battle for Fallouja, the bloodiest house-to-house fighting involving Marines since Vietnam....
  • Kelly Thomas died from chest, facial injuries, coroner says

     
    A coroner’s pathologist testified that Kelly Thomas, the mentally ill homeless man who was beaten by police last summer, died from chest compression and blunt-force facial injuries....
  • Kelly Thomas' father walks out as autospy photos are shown

     
    As images of the battered face of Kelly Thomas were shown in an Orange County courtroom Tuesday, the homeless man's father stood up and walked out of court, unable to look at the gruesome photos. The autopsy photos were shown......
  • Jerry Dimitman dies at 91; professor grew prized Asian fruit

    Jerry Dimitman dies at 91; professor grew prized Asian fruit
    Jerry Dimitman, a retired professor of plant pathology at Cal Poly Pomona who regularly caused an uproar when he showed up to sell his exotic fruit at the Alhambra farmers market, died Dec. 14 of a stroke at his home overlooking the San Gabriel Valley. He...
  • San Diego sheriff blasts 'Dr. Phil' shows about Coronado death as 'sensationalism'

     
    San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore was not impressed with the two-part "Dr. Phil'' show that examined the death of Rebecca Zahau, including an autopsy by a well-known pathologist that found supposedly troubling facts overlooked by the county medical...