by Dan Cromer
A District Court judge on January 30th ordered the Clark County Coroner’s Office to release the autopsy reports of “mass shooter”, Stephen Paddock and the 58 people he “killed” in the October 1 Las Vegas “massacre”. It appears that Clark County coroner, John Fudenberg was not expecting this court order and since nobody died in Las Vegas, he had no choice but to produce incomplete fake autopsies.
Information listed in the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s preliminary report on the Oct. 1 massacre, reveals that the body autopsied by Dr. Lisa Gavin may not be Steven Paddock at all.
According to Section VIII of the report titled Suspect Autopsy: “On 10-06-17, at approximately 1625 hours, under CCOCME case 17-10064 and FBI incident number 4-LV-2215061 an autopsy was performed on the body of Paddock at the CCOCME by Doctor Lisa Gavin.”
The release of the autopsies for the 58 victims raises even more questions concerning the integrity of the Clark County Coroner’s Office. First and foremost these autopsies are woefully incomplete. It is a stretch to even refer to them as autopsies. Aside from the obvious fact that victim names and case numbers have been redacted, there are numerous missing key elements, inconsistencies and curiosities.
The 58 autopsies do not include ballistics, photographs, diagrams, x-rays, histology or toxicology reports! Why would the corner’s office not include this information, especially ballistics, in autopsy reports for “the deadliest mass shooting committed by an individual in the United States” unless they had something to hide?
|The Coroner had closed his office to avoid issuing death certificates and autopsy reports
Also missing from the 58 autopsies: 32 did not include the time of death; 14 did not include the time of autopsy; 3 did not include the date of death; and at least 40 did not include a clear chain of custody.
Their numerous inconsistencies include: some bodies arrived naked to the pathologist. while others did not; 2 autopsies had Las Vegas Police Department observing, while the other 56 did not; some autopsies mention a “mass shooting event”, while most of them do not; and some autopsies cite finger print ink for identification purpose, while others do not.
Curiously, all 58 autopsies were completed in only 4 days, October 2–5. This seems highly unlikely considering autopsies usually take 2-4 hours to perform. Also, some of these autopsies state that they were performed in only 20-30 minutes. In addition, 57 autopsies were all signed on the same date, December 20.
Equally curious, is the fact that the coroner’s office selected 6 pathologists from all over the world to perform these autopsies in Las Vegas:
(1) Col. AbuBakr Marzouk, M.D., located in Rockville, Maryland performed 2 autopsies (#4 and #55) on October 4.
It is worth noting that Dr. Marzouk is connected to the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, D.C. where he worked with the FBI on the Pentagon victims of the 9/11 false flag event.
(2) Jennifer Corneal, M.D., located in Las Vegas, Nevada performed an impossible 22 autopsies (#1, #2, #3, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #17, #18, #21, #27, #32, #33, #35, #41, #42, #46, #48, #52, #54 and #58) in only 4 days!
(3) Jerry J. Hodge, D.O., located at the U.S. Naval Hospital in Okinawa, Japan performed 3 autopsies (#14, #20 and #36) on October 4.
It seems unlikely that the coroner’s office would need to bring in a pathologist from a military base all the way from Japan.
(4) Lary Simms, D.O., located in Las Vegas, Nevada performed an unlikely 15 autopsies (#6, #7, #13, #15, #22, #25, #30, #31, #45, #47, #49, #51, #53, #56 and #57) on October 3 – 4.
Interestingly, it appears that Dr. Simms’ Nevada State Medical License expired in 2016. Also, he was previously the coroner at the Clark County office and was involved in these controversial court cases:
(5) Leonardo Roquero, M.D., from Detroit, Michigan performed an improbable 14 autopsies (#5, #11, #16, #19, #24, #26, #28, #29, #37, #38, #39, #40, #43 and #44) in only 2 days, October 3 – 4.
Curiously, it appears that Dr. Roquero is currently the Wayne County Medical Examiner in Detroit and presumably would not be available for the additional work in Las Vegas.
(6) Paul S. Uribe, M.D., is located in Ft. Benning, Georgia and performed 3 autopsies (#23, #34 and #50) on October 4.
Dr. Uribe is stationed at the Martin Army Community Hospital in Ft. Benning, GA which curiously means 3 of the 6 pathologists selected to perform these autopsies have military connections and are not located anywhere near Las Vegas.
To suggest that these autopsies are suspect is a gross understatement. They are unquestionably incomplete and appear to be completely fraudulent. If this “massacre” were to be tried in court, these autopsies would serve no benefit to the victims. But, since this event was a hoax where nobody died, that was obviously not a concern for the Clark County Coroner’s Office. They needed to simply produce 58 autopsies to satisfy the court.
Dan Cromer, an IT expert, was the first to discern that the audio from the Las Vegas concert was too high quality and had been prerecorded with sound effects of machine guns and military weapons, which were being complemented by special visual effects and an audience seeded with crisis actors. His research is based upon pubic records. Please contact the editor regarding any possible discrepancies.
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