Originally posted on JUSTICE FOR RAYMOND:
Today Ray would be celebrating his 54th birthday. Instead he is deceased, his voice silenced by some unknown method, death investigators still refuse to acknowledge or search for the source of the lethal chemical that caused his untimely death 7 years ago in Souderton, PA.
Even though the rules for investigation of a sudden, unattended death are clear and published for anyone to research and furnished to all law enforcement organizations – these rules were not followed, the coroner refuses to cooperate. Unfortunately, coroners/medical examiners make their own rules, have no qualifications and no oversight without the permission of guess who? The coroner.
Originally posted on Justice For Brad Cooper:
Even knowing that everything was based on lies, the State still began their opening arguments with Jessica’s story, her story about Nancy’s plans to paint her house that day. We would learn from the trial that the story wasn’t supported by anyone and it didn’t make sense because it became evident that Nancy agreed to watch the children that morning as Brad had verified plans to play tennis.
Paul Shrode was employed by Harris County as the Chief Medical Examiner. However,he portrayed himself as a forensic pathologist, it has since been discovered that Dr. Shrode did not hold the credentials to hold such a position. In one trial, Dr. Shrode was asked, ” and you are a forensic pathologist?” and Shrode gave a definitive “Yes”- which is and was a lie, so he perjured himself on the stand. In 2006 Dr. Shrode was fired from Harris County because of his lack of credible testimony. His job was to conduct autopsies, determine time of death, collect trace evidence and bug samples to help determine when the victims died. In this one case he did not collect any bug samples and only collected gun residue from one victim and not both. He also had different dates of death on his autopsy reports than the police had on theirs. CONTINUE READING
The Pentagon is finally working to curb the epidemic of sexual assault in the military but a key Department of Defense panel working to reform military policy has been keeping the public from its meetings.
Demand Transparency at Sexual Assault Crimes Panel – Project On Government Oversight.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement announced Saturday it is investigating 2,600 cases handled by a Pensacola-based agency chemist after discovering dozens of instances where prescription pain pills that were seized by police and tested as evidence were swapped with over-the-counter pills.
Fla law agency chemist may have stolen evidence – WFLA News Channel 8.