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About Seal

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  1. The ME answers to the mayor?
  2. From what I understand, it was hot day and people were filling buckets from a fire hydrant and splashing it on each other. And being a mere peasant, me getting splashed with water wouldn't be considered a horrifying crime.
  3. Michael Baden is a hack?
  4. And anyone who quotes the medical examiner is dishonest.
  5. Medical examiner's report and autopsy On August 1, 2014, the New York City Medical Examiner's Office ruled Garner's death a homicide. According to the medical examiner's definition, a homicide is a death caused by the intentional actions of another person or persons, which is not necessarily an intentional death or a criminal death. Garner's death was also found by the medical examiner to have resulted from "compression of neck (choke hold), compression of chest and prone positioning during physical restraint by police". Asthma, heart disease, and obesity were cited as contributing factors. Prior to that, on July 19, 2014, The New York Post published a report, citing unnamed sources, claiming the medical examiner had found no damage to Garner's "windpipe or neckbones" during a preliminary autopsy. Garner's family hired Michael Baden, a former New York City medical examiner, to perform an independent autopsy. Baden agreed with the findings of the Medical Examiner's Office and concluded that Garner's death was primarily caused by "compression of the neck". Baden reported finding hemorrhaging around Garner's neck, which was indicative of neck compression.'s_report_and_autopsy
  6. I am?
  7. Sorry, choked to death.
  8. Strangling people to death is a political and racial agenda?
  9. Do you get a lot of acid and "biological agents", out of fire hydrants in your neighborhood?
  10. Thorax is your chest, not your throat. Just sayin.
  11. And mark my words. This cop will get his job back once the story dies down. Or they'll do what they did for Philip Brailsford, and hire him back long enough for him to claim that murdering someone gave him PTSD...And he'll get a life long pension.
  12. I love these cop lickers who debate the definition of "can't breathe"... "He could breathe enough to talk, so what's it matter if he couldn't breathe enough to live". No one is saying that he wasn't getting any oxygen. People are saying that he wasn't getting enough oxygen to continue being alive.
  13. No one likes me until they have a run in with the cops...Then I get private messages asking for advice. I ain't no lawyer. The only advice I can give you is preemptive advice >>> Shut the **** up, and call an attorney.