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...believes the situation can be blamed on exposure to mercury his client suffered. McCracken Poston said he believes Ray Brent Marsh was suffering the effects of long-term exposure to mercury vapors from a poorly built ventilation system that vented...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2007/02/08/met_115651.shtml
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Storms' destruction tops list of 2004 stories

...state still have extra shots. The resolution of the criminal and civil lawsuits against former crematory operator Ray Brent Marsh was No. 8 story. Marsh pleaded guilty to dumping more than 330 corpses and giving relatives cement dust instead...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/12/26/met_438170.shtml
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Victims to face former crematory operator

LaFAYETTE, Ga. - For more than four years, Ray Brent Marsh let the corpses pile up on his northwest Georgia property - behind his house, in the woods and crammed into burial vaults. The...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/01/31/met_441423.shtml
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Forensic anthropologist puts pieces together

...recovery and identification process in the investigation that led to the conviction of 31-year-old crematory owner Ray Brent Marsh on 787 counts of theft, abuse of a corpse, burial service fraud and making false statements. According to authorities...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/01/18/met_440237.shtml
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Rants and rave

...morning. Inexplicable? I don't find it inexplicable at all. I've been trying to follow this crematory operator Ray Brent Marsh when he let all those corpses rot on his property. Has anyone considered this a hate crime except me? I consider...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/11/28/met_435714.shtml
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Inexplicable

...never have added up. And neither does the prison time. Why in the world would Noble, Ga., crematory operator Ray Brent Marsh let 334 corpses rot on his property, while handing heartbroken relatives meaningless cement dust instead of precious...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/11/26/edi_435542.shtml
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Crematory operator will make plea deal

...agreed to a plea deal requiring him to serve no more than 12 years in prison, The Associated Press learned Tuesday. Ray Brent Marsh, who is to enter the plea Friday, had faced up to 8,000 years in a case that shocked the nation two years ago...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/11/17/met_434670.shtml
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Across Georgia

...failing to burn hundreds of bodies could avoid a trial under a deal negotiated with prosecutors. Under the deal, Ray Brent Marsh would receive a 75-year sentence with only 12 to serve in prison, officials familiar with the case told The Atlanta...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/10/15/met_431333.shtml
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Families may pursue $80 million decision

...bodies were found in 2002 at the Tri-State Crematory in Noble. The crematory, which was owned by the family of Ray Brent Marsh, served Georgia, Tennessee and Alabama. The June 28 order that was nixed Friday stated that the Marshes' insurance...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/08/28/met_426693.shtml
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...ROME - A civil lawsuit against former crematory operator Brent Marsh and the estate of his late father, former owner Ray Brent Marsh, started Monday with jury selection, 2 years after decaying bodies were discovered at the Tri-State Crematory...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/08/24/met_426261.shtml
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