By Denise Lavoie
AP Legal Affairs Writer
Boston, February 10, 2012
Troy Schoeller admits he could have chosen his words more carefully when he talked to a reporter about bodies he worked on as an embalmer at a funeral home.
Among a litany of graphic remarks Schoeller made was that he hates embalming fat people. He also described the body of a baby as a “bearskin rug” and made other crude observations about the difficulties of his work.
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