"It is sad that it takes the medical examiner to release my cousin body."
>It was ME's office where the bones were sent after being discovered. Who did you think was going to release them?
"I am quite sure if she wassomeone else that had money or someone else that had adifferent occupation it would have been done with promptness."
>Let's see...her bones were discovered in late December 2009 and just a few short weeks later, they were identified as being your cousin and released to the family. I'd say that's pretty darn fast. Who or who didn't have "money" has absolutely nothing to do with it.
"Me and my family live out of town I had taken off from work and made my plans to come home my children are sad with greef about there cousin and the answer that I give them is not enough they don't understand."
>Learning to use spell check and proper grammar will serve you well in the future.
It's sad your cousin died. Life has thrown you a curve ball. But don't play the "race" card or "money" card. I'd say the ME's office did a great job of closing the identification part of the case. I suggest you focus your attention on helping the police department apprehend the killer(s) if, in fact, she was murdered.
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