|I don't think that this is the actual coroner... but not sure.|
But also, in defense of the coroner...he was quoted saying that he was just trying to do his job quickly...he says,
"The bodies are never treated disrespectfully. We're just trying to get law enforcement off the scene. The longer we stick around, the more the family is traumatized."
Nothing is LESS traumatizing (or disrespectful) to a family than seeing their recently deceased loved one, hoisted like a sack of potatoes into the back of an open-bed truck, onto a pile of other newly dead people. It's Middle Age philosophy with fuel efficiency!
... and I thought that the random swamp smell was from low tide.