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Surprise in Joe Loudon case

By scarney
Tuesday, September 15th, 2009 at 8:02 pm in Crime, Orinda, Schools.

After months of questions as to why the prescription drug papaverine was found in the body of Joe Loudon, a surprise came today. The Northern California Transplant Bank put the drug into Loudon’s body to help blood flow during the harvesting of his organs, shortly after his death.

The blood samples taken from Loudon’s body were taken after the NCTB had already put the drug in.

Questions now arise as to the real cause of Loudon’s death. The inital cause of death was that the combination of the drug and the small amount of alcohol in his system caused him to choke on his own vomit.

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