I guess I missed something in there. It was exactly 1 year 1 month and 7 days after he was arrested that they found this evidence.<quoted text>Nope, you sound a little strange to me.
All of your conspiracies were covered during the trial.
Several witness' testified that Majors had syringes in his possession (it was reported that he used some of them for his drug habits) & he bragged about having potassium chloride. One was his boyfriend of over 10 years.
Many witness' saw Majors with victims just prior to them dying. VCH sop for drugs was way to lax.
When potassium chloride was used the unused portion was tossed without any documentation.
Many vials were found at Majors' home & in two different vehicles that he used.
Most or all of the vials had multiple needle punctures in tops indicating that they had been used.
Nurses reported missing potassium chloride from stock.
I could go on & on but it's all in the court documentation.
Based on Berkeley universities studies, it takes 1250mg of PCh to be considered a lethal dose. The "small syringe" described in all but 1 statement from eye witnesses would only be a 100mg syringe. 1 person out of 24 stated he used a "large syringe about the size of a mag lite" which would be the only accurate size to be witnessed. The case 149 F. 3d 709 page 7 states that the evidence was not applicable to entered for this case due to possibility of outside interference via Atty Marshall Pinkus.
I really have done my homework on this. I have recorded statements from 17 people that worked with him, 3 on his shift most of the time. 2 from doctors whom where let go from the hospital after their testimony was thrown out because they had suddenly been put under administrative leave from the hospital which deemed their affidavit not credible.
Way to much throws up red flags to me. I'm pretty sure, at least for the current time, I'm entitled to my own opinion and if this is how I feel and I feel that the person responsible for this is still practicing medicine locally, I can speak my mind on it. If you don't like it, that's fine. If you don't agree with it, that's fine. But I have my own reasons and I've devoted a lot of time (years) to studying this case. I have never spoken to him or his family on this matter. I don't even personally know him or his family. But I do feel like he was a scapegoat for a problem much larger than the public was allowed to hear and see.