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Marie L. Pierre-Louis

Medical Examiner

District Department of Transportation

HQ Phone:  (202) 671-2700

Email: m***@***.gov

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District Department of Transportation

55 M St. SE Suite 400

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20003

United States

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National Domestic Violence Fatality Review Initiative | Northern Arizona University

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Marie Pierre-Louis, MD
Chief Medical Examiner


www.news.synavista.com

In announcing the sentences, U.S. Attorney Machen commended the efforts of MPD Detectives Jed Worrell and Jacqueline Middletonâ€"the lead investigators in the caseâ€"as well as assisting Detectives Randal Parker, Brian Wise, Thomas Braxton, William Xantan, Hosan Nasr and Mike Pepperman; MPD Sergeant Dan Wagner; MPD Mobile Crime Laboratory Officers James Holder, John Holder, George Klein, Brenda Floyd, Jay Gregory, Keith Slaughter and Petheria McIver; MPD Officers Paris White and Oscar Pedrozo; Detective David Gurry and Corporal Ja’Net Pettus-Golston, of the Prince George’s County Police Department; MPD Forensic Laboratory analysts Nicole Kaye and Nikia Coomber; Robert Freese, a contract firearms expert employed by MPD’s Firearms Examination Unit; the special agent who worked on the case from the FBI, and Dr. Marie L. Pierre-Louis, Chief Medical Examiner for the District of Columbia.


www.dc-criminal-defense.com

The reason NAME pulled its accreditation was because Washington, DC Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Marie Pierre-Louis is not a board-certified pathologist.
It has been reported that Pierre-Louis has been out of training long enough to make her ineligible to obtain board certification.


www.washingtontimes.com

Marie Pierre-Louis
The National Association of Medical Examiners (NAME) said "the warning was there" before its decision to remove the D.C. office from its list because Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Marie Pierre-Louis is not board-certified in pathology and has been out of training too long to go back and obtain the certification. Dr. Pierre-Louis confirmed NAME's decision and its underlying reasons during an oversight hearing before Mr. Mendelson's committee on May 2, explaining why news broke this month and not earlier, according to a council staffer. Dr. David Fowler, chairman of NAME's inspections and accreditations, said the District's office came a long way under Dr. Pierre-Louis but never addressed its final concerns about her board certification. The association recognized the talent of Dr. Pierre-Louis but will not overlook its criteria and analyze the qualities of each medical examiner, Dr. Fowler said.


www.ekiti.com

Marie Pierre-Louis, Washington's chief medical examiner, said all four of the girls had been dead for at least 15 days.Pierre-Louis ruled the deaths homicides, according to a court document.The bodies were likely there more than 15 days, "based on the insects that were found there," Medical examiner Dr. Marie Pierre-Louis said.Watch Pierre-Louis describe "dessicated" bodies »How the girls died remained under investigation, but Pierre-Louis said it appeared the oldest child might have been stabbed in the abdomen.The other three children might have been poisoned or asphyxiated, she said.


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