|LA Attorney, Gloria Allred, Files a Complaint re: Harrison Death Certificate|
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|Written by AVRev.com|
|Friday, 14 December 2001|
Beatles fans and music enthusiasts worldwide have been mourning the loss of Beatle guitarist, George Harrison, to lung cancer on November 29, 2001. Harrison denied up until the very end, that he was ill in order to protect his privacy. Now a high-power Los Angeles attorney, Gloria Alread is mysteriously trying to stir up the muck.
The issue of the complaint is over some of the fine details of Harrison’s death as it relates to his death certificate, specifically the physical location of his death. The idea of falsifying information on a death certificate isn’t a punishable offense unless it is designed to cause larger crime like insurance fraud plus it requires someone to actually care enough to actually file the complaint. Alread claims, according to the ArrowFM.com story, that she made the complaint to the L.A.P.D. merely because she was concerned that the "integrity of public records is at stake."
"Celebrities and/or their supporters are not above the law, even if they are acting with good intentions, for example, to protect the privacy of loved ones," she said.
"All things must pass, but not this," she quipped following her statement.