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  • Mostly, the debate about the death-scene photos of Bin Laden helped shift the conversation away from a discussion about Obama's steely and courageous leadership and back toward the president's supposed failures.

    Jackson Katz: Rush Limbaugh Scrambles to Un-Man Obama After Osama bin Laden killing

  • I spent a lot of time in courtrooms in small Southern towns, scrutinizing arrest and autopsy reports and, at one point, taking a week-long course in blood-spatter and death-scene analysis with homicide detectives and coroner's investigators.

    Mark I. Pinsky: My Phantom Valentine: Across The Years With Another Woman

  • That was what I remembered mostly, until I re-watched the scene and realized how disturbingly authentic Jared made the death-scene.

    Supernatural: Hammer of the Gods - Pink Raygun.com

  • I haven't seen a death-scene that tops it on TV to this day.

    Supernatural: Hammer of the Gods - Pink Raygun.com

  • In particular, he cites a 2004 case involving death-scene photos of former deputy White House counsel Vincent Foster, who died in 1993 of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.

    A Tragedy That Won’t Fade Away

  • In the original death-scene panel, the dead Mrs. Hack slumps into the gravy pot with a posture reminiscent of a hog at a trough, and is accompanied by a comically disgusted reaction shot by a police officer.

    Archive 2009-05-31

  • Insiders confirm that time constraints will prevent the much-requested death-scene additions to Gigli, which already underwent several days of fine-tuning when earlier focus groups noted a lack of romantic chemistry from the real-life couple.

    Bwahahahah!!!

  • Their presentation was mainly a slide show of body discovery sites, missing-person locations, maps reflecting the distances between the disappearance and burial sites, and the death-scene photos of one murdered child after another, many of them left in sexually degrading positions.

    The Riverman

  • The infamous death-scene photographs, which almost certainly exist, and which in any other climate would have been splashed across every tabloid in the known world, became untouchable, unprintable.

    The Tabloid Habit

  • The slush had hardened into icy ridges that he and Stef slipped and stumbled over to get to the death-scene.

    Magic's Price

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