Autopsy: The Last Hours of (2014– )

TV Series   |    |  Documentary, Biography


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Dr. Richard Shepherd analyses the official autopsy reports of various celebrities to determine their cause of death.


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27 May 2020 | eeyorespillow
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| Don't bother! No science...pure trash tv!
I watched this hoping to find something that would make me fall asleep, instead I was super annoyed with the nonsense. This so called 'expert' doctor who seems to act as if he knows everything must be working for tmz or enquirer or some tabloid! The junk he cites is complete BS and if I were any of the family members of the people he is speaking about- I'd sue him for slander. For example- he goes off on several medications-keflex (antibiotic) as a 'SUPER STRONG DRUG' (it is a really good bacterial antibiotic); hydrocodone (opiate) a 'SUPER STRONG HIGHLY ADDICTIVE!' Goes on to compare to medical heroine- that is reaching A LOT! (Never shows the prescription or what amount is in the person's system. In one case, he cites all these meds-and states klonopin was in her system- 'this is an epileptic drug and she didn't have this!' Yea- never says also used for anxiety or sleep. He just goes on and on in hype and BS. It is much easier than most would think to get a copy of an autopsy report- so the fact that this doc happens to have the so called report doesn't mean anything. He goes on an on citing his opinions that they all took all these drugs and why they died- his opinion- which he is entitled to but to spout off the way he does- rhetoric. Never once does he say any of these meds could have caused an anaphylaxis reaction in these people and that could be why they died. 👎🏼👎🏼

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