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Law says Pa. autopsy reports should be public. Why aren't they?

Westmoreland County Coroner Timothy Carson stands for a portrait in a room where boxes of records are kept inside his Hempfield office on July 7 .

From coast to coast, officials have tried to block Terence Keel from getting autopsy reports as he studies jail and police-custody deaths.

Source: The Tribune-Review

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