Monday, August 15, 2005

Stating the Obvious

A was reading about the tragic plane crash in Greece on

There's actually a quote in there that reads:

"'We have performed autopsies on six people. Our conclusion is they had circulation and were breathing at the time of death,' Koutsaftis said."

Ummm, duh? Because technically, you do have circulation and are breathing right up to the point of death, right? Anyone reading this still have a heartbeat and breathing despite being dead already?

Am I missing something here, or is there something profound in that Greek coroner's statement?