Wednesday, December 22, 2004

Alcor says Williams papers submitted

I am so glad that this is behind us now...
East Valley Tribune"The Scottsdale cryonics facility storing the remains of baseball great Ted Williams says it has complied with a court ruling to turn over confidential documents to the Williams’ family. Alcor Life Extension Foundation hand-delivered documents concerning Williams’ final wishes to Scottsdale attorney David Goldstein on Monday, said Alcor spokeswoman Cheryl Walsh. Goldstein represents John and Samuel Williams, Ted Williams’ nephews, who sued Alcor in March to find out whether the cryonics lab had the necessary paperwork to store the body. "

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