Friday, June 10, 2016

After-Life Production Shows Process Of Investigation, Autopsy, Trauma Cleanup And Funeral Services After Someone Dies

The processing of a crime scene investigation, autospy, trauma and crime scene cleanup and funeral service options was documented for educational purposes and to address misconceptions about what happens after someone suddenly and unexpectedly dies or gets murder. Warning video program graphic. 

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

June 10, 2016

Milwaukee, WI - The Milwaukee Medical Examiner's Office in cooperation the Milwaukee Police Department, crime scene investigator, a trauma cleanup crew and several funeral directors were documented in a production previously aired on MPTV10/36 to explore the misconceptions of what actually takes place after someone dies. "After-Life", a production by Director Zarai Pérez was first aired in May on MPTV 10/36, which is a half hour documentary that chronicles the insight procedural methods to investigate a crime scene by police, an autopsy process by the Milwaukee Medical Examiner's Office, trauma and crime scene clean-up crew, and funeral services including burial or cremation after a person's sudden and unexpected death including murder. Perez' After Life production includes an interview with Milwaukee Police Department Sergeant Timothy Gauerke, Milwaukee County Chief Medical Examiner Brian L. Peterson M.D., a Forensic Investigator, Trauma and Crime Scene Cleaning crew and several Funeral Directors, James Witkowiak and John G. Maher to understand the in depth what each one does and how they are all connected and involved in their prospective jobs to accomplish the process. This production is intended for educational purposes which contains strong content, viewer discretion is advised, according to MPTV10/36.

Video: After-Life

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