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Mike Alsip

Forensic Death Investigator

Fulton County Medical Examiner

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Fulton County Medical Examiner

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askfmb.com

Deantre Turman's death came Friday after he made a tackle during a pre-season game, said Mike Alsip, a forensic investigator for the Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office. The teenager broke his neck, Alsip said.


www.ajc.com

Mike Alsip, an investigator with the Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office, confirmed the cause of death Friday evening.
Prior to the autopsy, Alsip told the AJC it didn't appear to be a heat-related case. "It was definitely a violent death," Alsip told the AJC on Thursday, hours after the boy died.


www.ajc.com

Mike Alsip, an investigator with the Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office, confirmed the cause of death Friday evening.
Prior to the autopsy, Alsip told the AJC it didn't appear to be a heat-related case. "It was definitely a violent death," Alsip told the AJC on Thursday, hours after the boy died. A neighbor at the complex told the AJC he saw a man kicking the boy in the head.


www.chroniclejournal.com

Mike Alsip, a forensic investigator with the Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office, identified the man killed as Angel Chupin, 66, of Marietta, Ga.


www.kare11.com

Mike Alsip, a forensic investigator with the Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office, identified the man killed as Angel Chupin, 66, of Marietta.


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