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Investigators with Quebec’s anti-corruption unit have received permission to view the body of Arthur Porter in Panama in order to confirm his death.
A spokesperson for the unit confirmed the investigators will be allowed to enter the morgue on Monday in order to collect fingerprints and visually identify Porter’s body.
Porter, the former director of the McGill University Health Centre, had been facing fraud charges in Canada related to a $1.3-billion contract to build a megahospital in Montreal.
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