velociraptor at gmail.com
Sat Sep 15 12:54:01 CDT 2007
On Sep 14, 2007, at 8:28 AM, Phil Stracchino wrote:
> Hicheal Morton wrote:
>> You are factually incorrect.
>> Vince Foster committed suicide under suspiscious circumstances.
>> That he
>> died, we know. There were indications that he was transported
>> from the
>> place he died--the blood evidence on the the body indicates this
> It would be more accurate to say "Vince Foster died under suspicious
> circumstances, and his death was officially ruled a suicide". He died
> from a gunshot wound to the head, fired from the side and somewhat
> toward the rear; the pistol (revolver, if I recall correctly) with
> the shot was fired was found next to his body; but there were no
> burns present. This is very curious, because it's very difficult to
> shoot yourself in the head without having the muzzle almost in contact
> with the skin, which would result in significant powder burns.
> The complete absence of powder burns basically means the minimum
> possible distance for the shot to have been fired was three to four
> feet, which strongly implies that someone else actually fired the
> There are a variety of speculations about who that somebody might
> been, but they're just that -- pure speculation with nothing to back
> them up.
> (Try getting a trigger spray bottle that has a stream setting on the
> nozzle and squirting yourself in the side of the head, while
> holding it
> at arm's length and looking AWAY from it. It is POSSIBLE, yes, but
> very awkward and difficult, and you probably won't manage it on the
> first try. It's pretty hard to imagine why anyone would try to shoot
> themselves in the head while holding a gun at arm's length that way.)
Not to mention the impossibility of avoiding GSR on your hand, arm,
clothing, etc. in any case. Or maybe he rigged up a Rube Goldberg
device that vanished after the fact?
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