The Washington, DC, Medical Examiner: A History of Corruption

In the 1980s, Washington, D.C., was the epicenter of the federal corruption scandal.

But the scandal has since been eclipsed by the so-called “War on Drugs,” which has resulted in billions in new revenue and saved lives.

The Washington Post spoke to the medical examiner of the District of Columbia who was responsible for handling the coronavirus deaths of 2,700 people.

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