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Michael Brown Has Dr. Michael M. Baden The 10,000 Dollar Man

Posted by Larry Barnes on August 17, 2014

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When I use the word story, I do not mean to imply it is fiction. The story may sound fictional and the ignorance of the reporters may lead you to believe it is.

From a story by FRANCES ROBLES and JULIE BOSMANAUG. 17, 2014, Mo. — “Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager who was killed by a police officer, sparking protests around the nation, was shot at least six times, including twice in the head, a preliminary private autopsy performed on Sunday found.”

If under the theory of “Absence of Malice” if the gun for hire, $10,000 man Dr Baden has a guess, all reason can go out the window.

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Michael Brown was running forward, as this photo evidences. When he fell his forward momentum caused his pants to be pulled below his rear.

Dr. Baden our $10K savior says what he didn’t find on Michael Brown, Gun shot residue. Dr Baden says he did not find GSR on a man that everyone admits was in a car when a shot was fired at him, I presume.) suggesting his head was bent forward when it struck him and caused a fatal injury”. According to Dr. Michael M. Baden, “It was likely the last of bullets to hit him.”

If you paid me I would most likely lie. But in order for your everyday reporter to meet the absence of malice guideline Dr. Baden need lie first.

Now the fools on TV are allowed to say “He was shot from quite a distance”

“They don’t do that, even as feelings built up among the citizenry that there was a cover-up. We are hoping to alleviate that.” Dr Baden

Liar, liar pants on fire Dr Baden. You have intentionally done just the opposite.

Mr. Brown, 18, was also shot four times in the right arm, all the bullets were fired into his front. Most important, they conform with the struggle at the car window based on their position, all in the upper torso and arms.

Dr Baden you are a paid assassin, responsible for ever act and death from now on. There is no wonder you did not accept the $10K blood money.

The expert criminologists who wrote this story also bear some of the blame, an example:
“The bullets did not appear to have been shot from very close range because no gunpowder was present on his body.”

But as a display of pur ignorance of the rules of commonsense they ad: “However, that determination could change if it turns out that there is gunshot residue on Mr. Brown’s clothing”.

Dr. Baden did not have access to his cloths and does not indicate if he even tested for GSR. He could feel completely self satisfied if he saw no visible GSR and gave his opinion based on that. Everyone who understand the intent of a paid gun must know that that form of behavior is common. The “I didn’t see it” excuse.

“The bottom line is that Dr. Michael M. Baden never performed an autopsy on Mike Brown. Instead he signed off on an opinion of a forensic examination completed by a controversial Forensic Pathologist Assistant, who did an evaluation of Mike Brown’s body at the request of the Scheme Team.” Fellow Ship Of The Mind

http://fellowshipoftheminds.co…

Michael Brown’s recent autopsy was poorly done bordering on fraudulent. The wound on the right upper arm would have a wound track to the right nipple that would make it very difficult or painful to raise the right arm above the head. The determining factor would be bone and muscle damage.

The real autopsy result will determine if all the witness statements about Brown raising his arms in surrender are false.

Subcutaneous path is altered by large bones in shoulder.

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sub·cu·ta·ne·ous
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adjectiveANATOMYMEDICINE
situated or applied under the skin.
“subcutaneous fat”

As the truth continues to bounce off their thick skulls, CNN continues to beat the dead horse pulling their drive-by cart.

Forensic Autopsy Performance Standards

https://netforum.avectra.com/temp/ClientImages/NAME/eed6c85d-5871-4da1-aef3-abfc9bb80b92.pdf

Standard E15 Firearm Injuries
Documentation of firearm wounds as listed below should include detail sufficient to
provide meaningful information to users of the forensic autopsy report, and to permit
another forensic pathologist to draw independent conclusions based on the
documentation.
The forensic pathologist shall:
E15.1 describe injuries.
E15.2 measure wound size.
E15.3 locate cutaneous wounds of the head, neck, torso, or lower extremities by
measuring from either the top of head or sole of foot.
E15.4 locate cutaneous wounds of the head, neck, torso, or lower extremities by
measuring from either the anterior or posterior midline.
E15.5 locate cutaneous wounds of the upper extremities by measuring from anatomic
landmarks.
E15.6 descriptively locate cutaneous wounds in an anatomic region.
E15.7 describe presence or absence of soot and stippling.
E15.8 describe presence of abrasion ring, searing, muzzle imprint, lacerations

Standard F21 Head
Because some findings are only ascertained by in situ inspection, the scalp and cranial
contents must be examined before and after the removal of the brain so as to identify
signs of disease, injury, and therapy.
Procedures are as follows:
F21.1 the forensic pathologist shall inspect and describe scalp, skull, and meninges.
F21.2 the forensic pathologist shall document any epidural, subdural, or subarachnoid
hemorrhage.
F21.3 the forensic pathologist shall inspect the brain in situ prior to removal and
sectioning.
F21.4 the forensic pathologist shall document purulent material and abnormal fluids.
F21.5 the forensic pathologist or representative removes the dura mater and the forensic
pathologist inspects the skull.

Standard F23 Penetrating Injuries, Including Gunshot and
Sharp Force Injuries
Documentation of penetrating injuries as listed below should include detail sufficient to
provide meaningful information to users of the forensic autopsy report, and to permit
another forensic pathologist to draw independent conclusions based on the
documentation. The recovery and documentation of foreign bodies is important for
evidentiary purposes. Internal wound pathway(s) shall be described according to organs
and tissues and size of defects of these organs and tissues.
The forensic pathologist shall:
F23.1 correlate internal injury to external injury
F23.2 describe and document the track of wound
F23.3 describe and document the direction of wound
F23.4 recover foreign bodies of evidentiary value
F23.5 describe and document recovered foreign body

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