“That person on the table, they don’t care about the whys and hows … I treat the public. I treat the family members by giving them the facts of the case. I want to ensure I understand the death intimately.”
Dr. Joseph Ohr, Mahoning County’s deputy coroner, a forensic pathologist who has been with the coroner’s office for five years. He said his job is about using science and gathering information to close cases and to bring peace to the living family members.
“We will not allow extremists, it doesn’t matter from which side, to inflame the region and cause bloodshed. Murder is murder, incitement is incitement, and we will respond aggressively to both.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a nationally televised statement after the arrest of six Jewish suspects in the slaying of a Palestinian teenager.
“He said ‘I’ve been bit,’ and he was screaming.”
Nader Nejadhashemi, on his friend Steven Robles, who was attacked by a 7-foot-long juvenile great white shark off the coast of Manhattan Beach, Calif.