The chief inspector of the Bahamas coroner's office on Wednesday called the death of Anna Nicole Smith's son Daniel "suspicious" and a formal inquiry that could lead to criminal charges was being scheduled, the AP reports.
"Whenever there is a suspicious death, we would have an inquest to determine how the person died," Bradley Neely, chief inspector of the coroner's office, told AP Television News.
Her Majesty's Coroner Linda P. Virgill penned into her calendar an inquest for the week of Oct. 23, saying it "is the right course of action." If jurors at the inquest decide a crime took place, the case will be sent to the attorney general's office, authorities said.
The platform on which the United States stands will be completely destroyed in three months. Then it will be possible to talk about the surrender of the United States, said political scientist and economist Mikhail Khazin.