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Angels & Demons
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  • By law there was no autopsy.
  • Ms. Vetra, in case you didn’t hear me, papal autopsies are prohibited by Vatican Law.
  • A Heparin overdose in a human would cause symptoms easily mistaken for a stroke . especially in the absence of a proper autopsy.
  • Papal law prohibits autopsy.
  • Even with an autopsy, we would learn nothing.
  • Am I really about to perform the first papal autopsy?
  • Countless rumors of treachery abounded, although with no autopsy, none was ever confirmed.
  • Cardinal Villot forbade an autopsy on the grounds that no Pope was ever given a postmortem.
  • "By Vatican law," the woman continued, "no formal autopsy is ever performed on a Pope, so the Illuminati claim of murder cannot be confirmed.

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  • An autopsy is required because foul play is suspected.
  • Can Deborah get a copy of that autopsy report?
    Rebecca Skloot  --  The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

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