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SAGA 07-23-09 12:47 AM

Michael Jackson's Death Certificate Over-Manhandled
 
Michael Jackson's Death Certificate Over-Manhandled

Today 9:02 PM PDT by Natalie Finn
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<!-- internal videos / html on top --> <!-- external videos / html on top --> <!-- audio player --> <!-- gallery preview--> <!-- custom polls --> <!-- movie review grade wrapper (can't think of a better way to do this) --> <!-- movie review grade --> Let us just say, we are shocked—shocked!—by the news that Michael Jackson's death certificate has been improperly accessed, like, 300 times.


To think that the same metropolitan area that is home to people who sold info about Farrah Fawcett's cancer battle to the National Enquirer and poked through Britney Spears' medical history could possibly produce such looky-loos!


Alas, it's true.


The Los Angeles Times reported Wednesday that the L.A. County Coroner's Office is investigating a number of security breaches in connection with the ongoing Jackson death probe, as well as system vulnerabilites found in the computers where confidential investigation records are stored.


At least six employees are suspected of needlessly peeking at the King of Pop's death certificate (which, pending the final autopsy report, currently lists the cause as "deferred") and, in some cases, printing copies of it before it had become public record.


<!-- internal videos / html on top --> <!-- external videos / html on top --> <!-- audio player --> <!-- gallery preview--> <!-- custom polls --> <!-- movie review grade wrapper (can't think of a better way to do this) --> <!-- movie review grade --> "There's only one person in the investigation of Mr. Jackson who needed to have a copy of the death certificate, and that was the investigator," coroner's office spokesman Craig Harvey told the Times.


In a July 9 email, a coroner's captain advised errant staffers to destroy any copies made of the certificate and to keep their eyes on their own paperwork from that point on, as employees are only supposed to access the Electronic Death Registration System "strictly in the performance of [their] official coroner duties."


Harvey said that no law-enforcement agency has been contacted because no laws appear to have been broken, only internal protocol.


Not to mention, once again, the boundaries of good taste.


Michael Jackson's Death Certificate Over-Manhandled - E! Online

SAGA 07-23-09 12:55 AM

If you want to see it here it is:

http://images.eonline.com/static/new...ertificate.pdf


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