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Defense calls its own pathologist in homicide case

September 14, 2013
dsp By MORGAN MYERS (mmyers@sungazette.com) , Williamsport Sun-Gazette

The defense called in their own expert to compare injuries sustained by homicide victim Thomas A. Schmitt to alleged shooter William J. Kemp during Friday's trial. While both men suffered abrasions and lacerations, Kemp's hands had a larger number of fresh injuries - primarily on his knuckles - forensic pathologist Eric Vey, of the Erie County Coroner's Office, testified.

 
 

 

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