A story today regarding a death that occurred in 2010 is a perfect example of why you do not jump to a conclusion when you first enter the scene where a death has occurred. It takes several angles of an investigation in finding all of the facts to have an accurate determination of a death. A decedent found with a gun close by could be a suicide, a homicide or an accident, so assumptions and/or tunnel vision should not come in to play. A proper fact finding investigation with all of the professional team members involved will be what is necessary in making an important ruling on a death. To see the newspaper article along with the related stories involving this case out of Durango, Colorado here is the link: http://www.durangoherald.com/article/20111223/NEWS01/712239916/0/20111104/Garcia-faces-new-charges-in-shooting-case
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