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Taylor Wofford Is A Retard: What We Learned from an Independent Autopsy

Posted by Larry Barnes on August 24, 2014

Taylor Wofford has thanked me for my input as to his mental acuity. It’s always nice to be noticed.
If you bend Michael Browns right arm can you get a grazing wound and a penetrating wound to line up?

If you put a gun into Michael Browns hand as if he was trying to take it from Officer Wilson can you make a grazing wound and a penetrating wound line up?

If you interview Dr Baden and don’t ask these questions what kind of interviewer are you?

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All quotes are from What We Learned from an Independent Autopsy of Michael Brown
By Taylor Wofford
Filed: 8/18/14 at 1:27 PM | Updated: 8/18/14 at 1:29 PM

“Brown was shot twice in the head, the examination showed: one bullet “entered just above the right eyebrow,” the other “to the very top of the head.” Brown was most likely bending over when the last shot was fired.” Wafford

Both head shots resulted in the bullets traveling in a downward trajectory. The dashed line follows the trajectory inside the body. This shot exited the throat at the collar bone. Brown WAS bending over when these two shots were fired. This is not true only if we have a reasonable explanation not yet heard.

“The autopsy did not reveal signs of a struggle, Dr. Baden said, which casts doubt on an earlier statement by police that a…

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Sean Hannity Is An Idiot, Baden Autopsy Reveals

Posted by Larry Barnes on August 23, 2014

Hannity reveals again why he should not interview people.
Dorian Johnson said Brown was shot at the police car. There may be a blood trail that lays out the exact path Brown took after he was shot.

Michael Brown’s “Baden” 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 or impossible to raise the right arm above the head. The determining factor would be bone and muscle damage.

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

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Michael Browns crime scene photos show his pants were pulled down by the force of his forward motion when added to Dr Baden’s statement that Brown had a road rash may prove Brown rushed Wilson.

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

If you bend Michael Browns right arm can you get a grazing wound and a penetrating wound to line up?

If you put a gun into Michael Browns hand as if he was trying to take it from Officer Wilson can you make a grazing wound and a penetrating wound line up?

If you interview Dr Baden and don’t ask these questions what kind of interviewer are you?

A negative result can mean that the person was nowhere near the gun when it was fired, that they were near it but not close enough for GSR to land on them, or it can mean that the GSR deposited on them wore off. GSR is the consistency of flour and typically only stays on the hands of a living person for 4–6 hours. Wiping the hands on anything, even putting them in and out of pockets can transfer GSR off the hands. Victims don’t always get GSR on them, even suicide victims can test negative for GSR.

In the latest ASTM Standard Guide for GSR analysis by Scanning Electron Microscopy/Energy Dispersive X-raySpectrometry (SEM-EDX) particles containing lead, antimony and barium, and respecting some rules related to themorphology and to the presence of other elements are considered characteristic of GSR. The most definitive method to determine if a particle is characteristic of or consistent with GSR is by its elemental profile. An approach to the identification of particles characteristic of or consistent with GSR is to compare the elemental profile of the recovered particulate with that collected from case-specific known source items, such as the recovered weapon, cartridge cases or victim-related items whenever necessary.

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CNN Ambush Of Forensic Pathologist Dr. Cyril Wecht

Posted by Larry Barnes on August 22, 2014

The Ferguson PD continues, as the city burns, to insist on making no comments on the case. This is of course proper, but if the DOJ can investigate because of exceptional circumstances, maybe they could release an autopsy that was done in a more professional manner.

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

Known wounds with wound count.

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CNN must not have made Dr. Wecht aware of their prior interview of Dorian Johnson.

The officer put his cruiser in reverse, Bosley said, and pulled up so close that when he opened the door, it bumped Johnson and Brown. “Through the window of his cruiser, he grabs Big Mike by the throat,” Bosley said. “Big Mike tries to move away. The officer grabs his shirt.”

Johnson, who was a student at Lincoln University, saw the officer pull out a gun. “He shoots Big Mike somewhere in the chest or arm,” Bosley said. “Dorian sees blood coming from the chest.”

At one minute thirty seconds in the video Johnson says Brown is shot at close range. This shot could have left stippling or GSR and no one asked Dr Baden about this.

Was Dr Baden intentionally deceptive? The issue of GSR should have been better explained. The wound to Michael…

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Larry’s New Computer

Posted by Larry Barnes on May 2, 2013

Larry has a new computer.  He will be producing videos as soon a Naty gets back from the PI.

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Los Angeles County population – Bing

Posted by Larry Barnes on April 4, 2011

Los Angeles County population – Bing.

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2010 in review

Posted by Larry Barnes on January 4, 2011

The stats helper monkeys at mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health:

Healthy blog!

The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Fresher than ever.

Crunchy numbers

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A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold 416 passengers. This blog was viewed about 6,700 times in 2010. That’s about 16 full 747s.

In 2010, there were 91 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 549 posts. There were 11 pictures uploaded, taking up a total of 2mb. That’s about a picture per month.

The busiest day of the year was March 14th with 136 views. The most popular post that day was Afghan, Coalition Forces Kill 19 Militants.

Where did they come from?

The top referring sites in 2010 were,,,, and

Some visitors came searching, mostly for shindand afghanistan, fob shindand, shindand, mc-12 aircraft, and camp leatherneck.

Attractions in 2010

These are the posts and pages that got the most views in 2010.


Afghan, Coalition Forces Kill 19 Militants May 2009


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MC-12 Flies First Combat Sortie June 2009


Marines Patrol Camp Leatherneck March 2010


YouTube – Marines In Afganistan Firefight With Taliban April 2010

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Obama Prepares Limited Response To North Korea

Posted by Larry Barnes on May 20, 2010

Report Concludes North Korea Sank South Korean Ship

By Jim Garamone
American Forces Press Service

WASHINGTON, May 20, 2010 – South Korean officials say they have proof that North Korea torpedoed the South Korean frigate Cheonan on March 26, killing 46 sailors.

Officials in the South Korean capital of Seoul said an investigation into the sinking of the Cheonan found residue of an explosive used in a North Korean torpedo, and also found other forensic evidence clearly implicating North Korea.

“The evidence points overwhelmingly to the conclusion that the torpedo was fired by a North Korean submarine,” a South Korean defense ministry statement said. “There is no other plausible explanation.”

The report reflects an objective and scientific review of the evidence, South Korean officials said. “It points overwhelmingly to the conclusion that North Korea was responsible for this attack,” officials said. “This act of aggression is one more instance of North Korea’s unacceptable behavior and defiance of international law. This attack constitutes a challenge to international peace and security and is a violation of the Armistice Agreement.”

Salvage experts raised the ship, which had broken in half, from the sea floor near Baengnyeong Island. The Cheonan had a crew of 104. Officials said the vessel was operating south of a disputed sea border on the western side of the peninsula in the Yellow Sea. The Cheonan, a 1,200-ton frigate built in 1989, was on a routine patrol mission.

A White House statement said President Barack Obama spoke with South Korean President Lee Myung-bak and expressed his deep sympathy for the loss of the sailors. “The United States strongly condemns the act of aggression that led to their deaths,” the statement said. “The president spoke with President Lee on May 17 and made clear that the United States fully supports the Republic of Korea, both in the effort to secure justice for the 46 servicemembers killed in this attack and in its defense against further acts of aggression.”

The White House statement went on to say that North Korea must understand that belligerence toward its neighbors and defiance of the international community are signs of weakness, not strength.

“Such unacceptable behavior only deepens North Korea’s isolation,” the statement said. “It reinforces the resolve of its neighbors to intensify their cooperation to safeguard peace and stability in the region against all provocations.”

An international team of investigators from Australia, Great Britain, Sweden and the United States assisted South Korean experts in examining the forensic evidence left in the ship.

“We have reached the clear conclusion that [the] Cheonan was sunk as the result of an external underwater explosion caused by a torpedo made in North Korea,” said Yoon Duk-yong, of the investigation team. “The evidence points overwhelmingly to the conclusion that the torpedo was fired by a North Korean submarine. There is no other further explanation.”

South Korea formed the joint civilian-military investigation group after the sinking and carefully shielded the group from a rush to judgment on the cause of the sinking, South Korean officials said.

The group found that “a strong underwater explosion generated by the detonation of a homing torpedo below and to the left of the gas turbine room caused Republic of Korea Ship Cheonan to split apart and sink,” the South Korean defense ministry statement said.

The group also collected parts of the torpedo, including a propulsion motor with propellers and a steering section from the site of the sinking.

“The evidence matched in size and shape with the specifications on the drawing presented in introductory materials provided to foreign countries by North Korea for export purposes,” South Korean officials said. Markings on the torpedo in Hangul are consistent with the marking of a previously obtained North Korean torpedo, they added.

“The weapon system used is confirmed to be a high-explosive torpedo with a net explosive weight of about 250 [kilograms], manufactured by North Korea,” officials said.

Obama is preventing the Pentagon from calling the sinking an act of war.

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The Red Shirts, Mostly Rural Poor And The Mass Media Is Mosistly Stupid

Posted by Larry Barnes on May 19, 2010

“Unlike the Third Reich of Adolf Hitler, the Soviet Union of Joseph Stalin, and the Democratic Kampuchea of Pol Pot, the People’s Republic of China of Mao Zedong survives to the present day, its ruling party intact, its system of government largely unchanged. The myths and lies that continue to prop up Mao’s image also bolster the claims of the People’s Republic of China itself to political legitimacy. The current Communist leadership proudly declares itself to be Mao’s heirs, maintains his Leninist dictatorship, continues his military build-up, and cherishes his grand ambitions. The ghost of Monster Mao haunts us still….. At the time of Mao’s death, China had unresolved irredentist claims in every direction of the compass. To the north and west in the Soviet Union, to the south in Pakistan, India, Nepal, and Sikkim, to the southeast in Myanmar (Burma), Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, and the Philippines, and to the east in Taiwan and Japan. As Mao lay dying, he was consumed by self-pity for having failed to become the “master of the earth,” giving no thought “for the mammoth human and material losses that his destructive quest had cost his people.””

From: Leftwing Monster: Mao Zedong, written by Steve Mosher and published by on December 6, 2005. Sourced from:

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Tinfoil Hat Nightmare: Spy Chips Guiding CIA Drone Strikes

Posted by Larry Barnes on May 19, 2010

“It sounds like a tinfoil hat nightmare, come to life: tiny electronic homing beacons, guiding CIA killer drones to their targets. But local residents and Taliban militants in Pakistan’s tribal wild lands say that’s exactly what’s happening. Tribesman in Waziristan are being paid to ‘plant the electronic devices’ near militant safe houses, they tell the Guardian. ‘Hours or days later, a drone, guided by the signal from the chip, destroys the building with a salvo of missiles’.”

Ever since 9/11, locals in Central Asia and the Middle East have spread tall tales about American super-technology: soldiers with x-ray glasses, satellites that can see into homes, tanks with magnetic, grenade-repelling armor. But small radio frequency or GPS emitters have been commercially available for years. A veteran spy tells Danger Room that the use of these Taliban-tracking devices entirely plausible.

“Transmitters make a lot of sense to me. It is simply not possible to train a Pashtun from Waziristan to go to a targeted site, case it, and come back to Peshawar or Islamabad with anything like an accurate report. The best you can hope for is they’re putting the transmitter on the right house,” says former CIA case officer Robert Baer.

Herndon, Virginia-based defense contractor EWA Government Systems, Inc. is one of several firms that boasts of making tiny devices to help man hunters locate their prey. The company’s “Bigfoot Remote Tagging System” is a “very small, battery-operated device used to emit an RF [radio frequency] transmission [so] that the target can be located and/or tracked.”

Word of these tiny transmitters has been circulating in militant circles for months. In early April, the Pakistani Taliban leader Mullah Nazir said he had caught “spies” who were inserting into militants’ phones “location-tracking SIMs” — Subscriber Identity Module cards, used to identify mobile devices on a cellular network.

Ten days later, 19 year-old Habibur Rehman made a videotaped “confession” of planting such devices, just before he was executed by the Taliban as an American spy. “I was given $122 to drop chips wrapped in cigarette paper at Al Qaeda and Taliban houses,” he said. If I was successful, I was told, I would be given thousands of dollars.”

But Rehman says he didn’t just tag jihadists with the devices. “The money was good so I started throwing the chips all over. I knew people were dying because of what I was doing, but I needed the money,” he added. Which raises the possibility that the unmanned aircraft — America’s key weapons in its covert war on Pakistan’s jihadists and insurgents — may have been lead to the wrong targets.

One much-disputed Pakistani media report claimed that the drones have killed hundreds of civilians, just to take out a few militants. That’s unlikely. But what’s indisputable is that the robotic planes (and the innocent deaths they’re alleged to cause) have become increasingly controversial, both in Pakistan and in America.

“Anti-U.S. sentiment has already been increasing in Pakistan… especially in regard to cross-border and reported drone strikes, which Pakistanis perceive to cause unacceptable civilian casualties,” Gen. David Petraeus, head of U.S. Central Command, wrote in a secret assessment, obtained by the Washington Post. “Thirty-five percent say they do not support U.S. strikes into Pakistan, even if they are coordinated with the GOP [government of Pakistan] and the Pakistan Military ahead of time.”

But Pakistani and American intelligence officials swear the drones are getting more accurate. “There are better targets and better intelligence on the ground,” on Pakistani official tells the Post. “It’s less of a crap shoot.”

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