Examiner, Scientologists differ on death - 1997-01-23

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F15.png Examiner, Scientologists differ on death January 23, 1997, Thomas C. Tobin, St. Petersburg Times

Laboratory tests indicate that a 36-year-old member of the Church of Scientology went without fluids for five to 10 days and was unconscious for up to two days before her unexplained death in 1995.

Those conclusions by Joan Wood, the Pinellas-Pasco medical examiner, are at odds with the Church of Scientology's version of how Lisa McPherson died after spending 17 days in the organization's downtown Clearwater retreat.


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