Sixth Name On NYT's List Of 'Coronavirus Victims' is 27-Yr-Old Man Who Was MurderedChris Menahan
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Researchers only had to go six names in to the New York Times' long list of nearly 100,000 "coronavirus victims" to find a person who was murdered rather than killed by the virus.
The obituary for Jordan Driver Haynes, 27, said: "Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, private family services will be held at" so and so location.
Folks are speculating the Times just searched obits for terms like COVID-19 and ran with whatever they found.
Dr. Birx said in April that the government was taking a "very liberal approach" to labeling who died from the coronavirus.
KOMO News reported last week that officials in Washington state included deaths from gunshot wounds in their state's official "COVID-19 death count."
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