US authorities dismantle phone codes dead bodies US authorities dismantle phone codes dead bodies
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US authorities dismantle phone codes dead bodies

The company in Florida went to the death shop to get the fingerprints of the body of Linus Philippe, 30, who was killed by police in an ambush on a road when he tried to search his car for suspicion but fled. Police opened fire on him.

In the course of the investigation, the police discovered that Philip's cell was locked with a secret code, so he decided to get his fingerprints for decoding, to identify his phone records and to contact members of drug trafficking gangs in the state.

In the mortuary, one of the police officers grabbed Phillip's hand and put his fingers one by one on the phone's surface, but the police attempt failed.

The incident sparked a legal and humanitarian controversy, with Phillip's fiancée, Victoria Armstrong, declaring that she felt "violated and disrespectful of death".

The newspaper quoted legal experts as saying the police procedure was legal because the deceased had lost his constitutional rights, but the procedure was "inhumanly" humane, calling on the police to try to decipher the bodies away from the dead.

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