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-- -- not want the plug pulled despite what is evil white he ruled.
That's a T and T claims that the posting documents filed by Shannon price the widow of Gary Coleman.
Naming her the health care power of attorney and that document was a passage from Gary stating quote.
I want I like to be prolonged as long as possible within the limits that generally accepted health care standards.
Oh well it seems price overlook that absent despite later safety belt -- force authorized machines stop it.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- To the show doctor Michael body -- New York City chief medical examiner Fox News contributor editor at guy's death corresponded they talked -- but.
She released these documents in order to get control of his body.
Is this just to get go after whatever -- answer well that.
Could be a motive but the person who -- the body has a step up didn't having other.
Abilities to the of these states but actually she left he left a will so Libby left the will to be the one who's gets these things but.
That docking he says don't.
Unplug me and she did it I mean how can that happen.
I understand that that is truly a -- -- you've never died.
Obviously you don't know that my friend that you should watch this and it's -- and we had died at.
And the next of kin may remain that.
Go on the wishes of the the persons dying.
There's no criminal prosecution that they don't.
Did you think I can't imagine a worst way to -- said in the war.
Unhappy guy who's been unhappy Elvis life and it ends -- in bed with the person standing over who will will get something out of -- death.
How can battle I just understand how that could happen it seems like the worst way to go to the tragic.
That that's one the reasons why this so much care taken legally.
That the dying days who couldn't be present to turn the switch hook because that it -- -- turning -- the switch.
Who can benefit.
That's added I think he's got that's so that's exactly the bank so we benefits turn to turns it off.
Everybody's gonna -- Well but most people who die a leave their wealth to people of a mixed emotions about it yeah.
There's a lot of freedom we have problems.
Madison -- -- somebody's on the -- And I'm moving on -- just it's not.
I hate that -- -- move an odd object we -- with Twitter we had a lot of our fans of doctor Baden has got questions about death but that's a good yeah.
What was the most ingenious murder you ever investigated.
Well the best one in the New York City medical Examiner's office -- iron Mike Malloy.
Four -- was an alcoholic and for.
Of his friends and undertaker.
An -- judge.
And insurance broker.
You've got insurance policy on him.
Four double indemnity for an accidental death.
And then they try to.
They address them and -- him in the snow.
And he came back.
The next day for drink a day they you broke up glass and put it in his beer and he drank it.
Next day he comes in how you doing the try to poison him with -- arsenic.
Didn't work they -- a mobile with a car.
And he finally died but by the time all of these things happen to him the police figured out what was happening before.
The -- were guys working hard it is.
Out what was happening.
I would think I felt the glass that I would be like we've gone on if you -- -- as well bill I think trying to kill you for two years and you have even noticed yeah.
Plastic bag and -- that music.
-- There are normal people there's -- docket their lawyer why would he think anybody would doom arm.
And it was the bartender -- this oh yeah -- -- but was so drunk he didn't know that they've done that that would certainly knows what is.
And Mike Malloy real version I -- about doctor you afraid of death.
No doubt by the time we get to my age you don't you're not afraid of death young people should be afraid what did you do OK let me ask you this how you beat the fear -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- debate that there is -- is not to think about death.
Right they don't.
I would like this inevitable and death is inevitable.
And as them not much you can do better I don't just freaks me out -- I don't wanna -- what is it you know what it feels like the guy.
You know I had at is there any do you have any idea what it feels like when you're about to lose your life without -- -- depends.
How it's done that people die from natural causes.
Often they'll know what's going on -- so heart disease.
That this has yet six months to live -- and three years ladies and -- still doing it -- yet they don't want my money back -- it.
Do when you die -- in violent attacks when you really get upset by it when you see that.
Something's coming at you car being shot by a -- something.
Then then you.
-- -- Yeah I want to -- being smothered by lovable cute bunnies.
All right I got to move on on that -- to think about that lying in bed and always bunnies just get all over you now that's gotta be that's.
I can't remember how to we have is back lit up on the site in Philadelphia with a -- died at -- died -- -- whose life sentence.
-- -- Is.
-- Indeed up and coming up -- again.
Underline though what a great way to end this segment and a I'd gotten when it's it's not as an.
It's obviously it's on his -- better than okay.
Coming up I think you got to be never boring -- -- got to be coming up next.
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