Kevin Miller begins the program by looking at the upcoming testimony of former Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller.  He takes calls from listeners giving their take on the issues involving possible impeachment.  Kevin switches gears describing an unusual story involving a medical examiner. Comedian Dennis Miller once said, "The easiest job in the world has to be coroner. Surgery on dead people. What's the worst thing that could happen?" Now, a medical examiner in Georgia has answered that question. Shannon Byers, an investigator with the Gwinnett County Medical Examiner Office, is out of a job after a funeral home found "numerous stab wounds" on the body of Ray Neal. Byers had ruled Neal died of natural causes. "You had one job to do, and you did not do your job," Neal's sister, Michelle Smalls, told a local TV station. Smalls found the body of her 61-year-old sibling "in a pool of blood" in his Lawrenceville home on Saturday. Although blood was also on his bed, bathroom walls and shower curtain, Smalls told police Neal had a number of medical conditions that could have resulted in bleeding, police say. Byers was called to the scene, who inspected Neal's body and found no evidence of foul play. Neal's cause of death was changed to "suspicious" after funeral home workers found stab wounds on his neck and upper chest, police say.   Kevin Miller asks the KIDO Talk Radio crowd the following questions.  Any idea how a mistake like this could be made? Have you ever skipped one of your duties at work and had it blow up in your face?

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