The doctor under fire, medical examiner Charles Siebert, Jr.
A widow and mother are saying the doctor has a history of mistake-filled autopsies.
Last week Dr. Seibert told the media 14-year-old Martin Lee Anderson died of natural causes after he was beaten by Panama City boot camp guards.
Now, two women speak out, saying Siebert had several errors in an autopsy of a man and his daughter killed in a 2004 tornado.
They say the daughter's autopsy read, "prostate gland and testes are unremarkable.''
Women do not have those organs. The autopsy of her father failed to mention major wounds on his body.
The Florida Department of Health Web site also shows Dr. Siebert's medical license is expired.
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