Report: Ex-medical examiner Nancy Jones calls Preckwinkle 'evil'
August 18, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- For the first time since she stepped down from her post this summer, the former Cook County medical examiner is speaking out.
In an interview with the Chicago Sun-Times Dr. Nancy Jones describes her relationship with board President Toni Preckwinkle as non-exisistent and calls her "evil."
Jones came under fire back in January.
The ABC7 I-Team was among the first to report that bodies were found piled up and stacked up on each other at the county morgue.
Jones tells the Sun-Times bodies were always handled respectfully.
She says she had just returned from vacation when she saw the state of the cooler. She says, "I walked downstairs to see ... walked in and almost ... I was really ready to kill people. It was a disgrace."
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