Parkland Obits at Ancestry - Com
Order Florida Death Certificates https://vital-records.us/order-a-florida-death-certificate/
Update 4/20/18: Attempt to order death certificate from above link was denied. State now denies release of records to 3rd party. This probably includes media. This is the same trap that was presented when investigators attempted order Sandy Hook victims death certificates.
Florida Public Records Law
119.01 General state policy on public records.—
Tim Brown: Death certificates without a cause of death are available from http://FloridaHealth.gov for $5 each, and rush service is an additional $10, which brings the total to $97, something I just can’t spare at the moment with a family of twelve to care for. However, if anyone is interested in chipping in so that I can retrieve the documents and present them in a follow-up post, feel free to donate to that cause and I’ll get on it as soon as I get the funds.
Background: Dan Cromer demonstrated that no Parkland obits were posted to Ancestry.com. But on the evening of 4/6/18 all 17 deaths suddenly appeared on a late evening search. The perps appear to be reading the mail in order to cover their tracks.
Dan Cromer report Souce:
Alleged Deceased (Source)
1. Jamie Guttenberg, 14
2. Martin Duque Anguiano, 14
3. Aaron Feis, 37 (Listed twice on consecutive days (14 and 15)
4. Gina Montalto, 14
5. Alyssa Alhadeff, 14
6. Scott Beigel, 35
7. Nicholas Dworet, 17
8. Christopher Hixon, 49
9. Luke Hoyer, 15
10. Carmen Schentrup, 16
11. Meadow Pollack, 18 (Date of Death Error 2/15/2018)
12. Joaquin Oliver, 17
13. Alaina Petty, 14
14. Cara Loughran, 14
15. Alexander Schachter, 14
16. Peter Wang, 15
17. Helena Ramsey, 17
Note: I have no idea how the "death industry" is regulated but it appears that Obituaries can be created online by anyone even if the deceased is still alive, or has never existed. Consequently, neither Ancestry.com, Tribute.com or Legacy.com can not be trusted to report accurate obituaries. We are left depending on official death certificates to verify if anyone actually died at the Parkland event.
No Parkland Obits at Legacy.com despite full listing at Ancestry.com
Video created by Glenn Canady at ProjectN.Search remains correct
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