Autopsy reports do not come back that fast. YOUR STUCK on blunt force trama when you should know that "death by electrocution" is harder to spot.<quoted text>exactly how do u know he was beaten and overly tazed? I just wanna know where ur getting ur info from. How do u know he wasnt a meth head were you with him 24/7 , I heard from someone anonymous that the atopsy came back with no blunt trauma an no bruises, how are u gonna argue that? How can you argue that its a cover up, are you saying ppl in alb. who do the atopsy are still covering up?
The burn marks are there if he was tazed over and over. You got to look for them to find them but they will be there. A good OMI will spot those and document if he was tazed over and over. If not, the one time he was tazed will show, especially if the tazer was held in the same spot and used over and over... differn't pattern don''cha know.
If he was dead and his body was moved when he was dead, the blood would not have "pooled" as fast as all you super dooper medical investigators out there think with you TV knowledge. There would be tissue damage and under certain light you MIGHT be able to spot it... depended on the deepth of the "blunt force" trama used.
I'd say its going to be wrote off as a "Positional-situational Death" contributed to having the body supressed and forced into a situational-positional position and suffocation as a contributing factor that resulted in his death.
I have sceen this written off by OMI's in the past as either "homicide" or "accidental death". Either one will be a good casue for the surviving children and family members when it comes to your taxdollars being spent defending this case in court.
The best deal is to offer the family something out of court rather than go into the courtroom with this. As always, they will "put a shut up order" with the settlement so no one talks about what happened and how much they pay out. And they'll do this ... In the best interest of justice.
Wrongful death. They call it that for a reason. Better off filing the case in Federal Court than some local yokal.