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SPJ President Available for Comment on Access Issue Surrounding Earnhardt Autopsy Photos



CONTACTS: SPJ President Ray Marcano, Work phone: 937/225-2323 (leaving a message automatically sends a page), Cell phone: 937/232-8760

The Society of Professional Journalists strongly supports the efforts of the Orlando Sentinel to view the autopsy photos of former NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt. National SPJ President Ray Marcano, assistant managing editor for production at the Dayton (Ohio) Daily News, stands ready to answer all media outlet’s questions on the issue.

SPJ President Ray Marcano will be in New Orleans, La., March 15-17 and in Washington, D.C., on March 30 and April 1. Marcano will be available for comment from both locations. Please call the phone numbers listed above.

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