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Dr. Michael Baden and the Michael Brown Autopsy

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COMMENT: There is an old adage among the practitioners of the clandestine arts: “Give us the coroner, we’ll control the city.”

It is in that context that we note that Dr. Michael Baden performed the private autopsy on Michael Brown’s body.  It was Baden who endorsed the untenable “Magic Bullet Theory” for  the House Select Committee’s investigation of the assassination of JFK.

We certainly don’t have enough information to state without qualification that an “op” is unfolding in the Michael Brown case, but that is a possibility that should always be evaluated when Baden turns up in the mix. It appears unlikely that the original shooting was derivative of an “op,” but we do wonder about the players in the highly-politicized aftermath of Brown’s death.

Never lose sight of the fact that Missouri is a Red state moving toward becoming Blue. The aftermath of he killing can only help the GOP and its allies.

There certainly has been no shortage of bad actors in the case, from the Nation of Islam and the New Black Panthers on the “pro Michael Brown side” and the KKK and the Oath Keepers on the “pro Darren Wilson” side.

Note, also, Al Sharpton’s pre-eminence on the race-relations scene. In a column in the now-defunct San Francisco Examiner, Warren Hinckle alleged that Sharpton had worked for CIA in Grenada. (The allegation was not sourced.) Sharpton has also been an FBI informant.

With Jeb Bush’s candidacy now all but certain, things are heating up. (CIA headquarters is named for Jeb’s father.)

“Autopsy Shows Michael Brown Was Struck at Least 6 Times” by Frances Robles and Julie Bosman; The New York Times; 8/17/2014.

Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager who was killed by a police officer, sparking protests around the nation, was shot at least six times, including twice in the head, a preliminary private autopsy performed on Sunday found.

One of the bullets entered the top of Mr. Brown’s skull, suggesting his head was bent forward when it struck him and caused a fatal injury, according to Dr. Michael M. Baden, the former chief medical examiner for the City of New York, who flew to Missouri on Sunday at the family’s request to conduct the separate autopsy. It was likely the last of bullets to hit him, he said.

Mr. Brown, 18, was also shot four times in the right arm, he said, adding that all the bullets were fired into his front.

The bullets did not appear to have been shot from very close range because no gunpowder was present on his body. . . .



3 comments for “Dr. Michael Baden and the Michael Brown Autopsy”

  1. You may note that Baden was involved in the defense of O.J. Simpson, and testified that the victims put up quite a fight, and he believed there was more than 1 attacker, and if Simpson were involved, his body would have shown more wounds from the struggle.

    Posted by Vanfield | December 19, 2014, 11:58 am
  2. http://pando.com/2014/09/25/ferguson-is-our-libertarian-moment-but-not-in-the-way-some-libertarians-want-you-to-believe/

    excerpted, read the whole thing….

    Ferguson is starting to heat up again, with more violence, more police crackdowns. And yet we never quite figured out how to make sense of the shocking scenes from last month, which left us little to hold onto beyond lingering outrage. Besides the general sense of horror, the question that still hasn’t really been answered is: Whose fault is Ferguson?

    Ferguson happened to explode just as the New York Times Sunday magazine declared August “Libertarian Moment Month” — so it’s no surprise that many leading libertarians responded to Ferguson by claiming that the St. Louis suburb’s nightmare was living proof that libertarianism’s “moment” had arrived.

    Nick Gillespie, online editor of Libertarian house magazine, Reason, crowed about “The Libertarian Moment in Ferguson,” claiming the country was finally waking up to police issues that “libertarians have been raising for decades”; his former colleague Dave Weigel snapped — “Libertarians are asking: What took you so long?”; and the Daddy Warbucks of libertarianism, oil & chemicals giant Koch Industries, boasted that “we’ve worked for decades” on police and criminal justice reform. What gives them so much credibility, libertarians are arguing, is their “decades”-long track record of pushing for libertarian reforms of America’s police departments and its criminal justice system.

    It’s this “decades” of work on police and criminal justice that libertarians insist gives them their unique credibility. That and their slick pitch man, Rand Paul, who wowed Establishment Liberals with his Time magazine snoozer on “police militarization.”

    Let’s leave aside for now the weirdness of using Rand Paul — a paranoid gun-nut who wants to weaponize every nook and cranny of American life, from arming all school teachers as the answer to Sandy Hook, to arming our border with a giant “underground electric fence, with helicopter stations to respond quickly to breaches of the border” (to be fair, Paul’s spokesman clarified his mega-fence vision as a “combination of thermal imaging, satellite technology, motion detection and helicopters at key checkpoints”) — as the libertarian pitch-man against police militarization. Or the fact that Michael Brown was killed by a non-militarized cop. The point is this: Libertarians say that Ferguson proves we’re at the Libertarian Moment, and that they’ve been developing the answers to our current police and criminal justice problems “for decades.”

    Posted by Tiffany Sunderson | December 24, 2014, 9:02 am
  3. Little-noticed in the Ferguson situation was that Scientology was exploiting it as best they could, and actually teamed with CAIR and others. This article really has to be seen at the actual site so you can see all the pictures…


    Sunday Funnies: Scientology now selling the idea it solved the Ferguson crisis

    Barry Coziahr
    It’s our first Sunday of 2015, and that means it’s time to start another year of Sunday Funnies! Each week, we bring you the best Scientology fundraising fliers that have been forwarded to us by our great tipsters.

    This week, one of our readers noticed that a Phoenix event was being promoted in a flier posted to Twitter. (More and more, Scientologists are using social media — if you happen to spot something on Facebook or Instagram or Twitter, please send it our way!)

    The flier indicates that Barry Coziahr has quickly become a rising star in the church for the publicity he managed to get in Ferguson, Missouri.

    Before his star turn in Ferguson, Coziahr was known to us for his role in helping to pull Jeremy Powers away from his family — a classic case of Scientology “disconnection.” While Jeremy’s family, including his mother Meshell Little, were turning away from the church, Jeremy married Coziahr’s daughter and was encouraged to break ties with his parents. Last July, we reported that Jeremy finally spurned the Coziahrs and the church and has reunited with his mother and grandmother.

    Barry went on to his fame-making gambit when he showed up in Ferguson during the recent unrest to hand out copies of The Way to Happiness, the 1981 booklet that Scientology put out in L. Ron Hubbard’s name while he was in seclusion in order to give the impression that the church — which had just gone through the prosecution of eleven of its top executives for infiltrating the US government — actually had some kind of moral code. It’s a hilarious little booklet of ripped-off moralizing.

    Anyway, now Barry is apparently on the road, explaining to people how his efforts solved all of the problems in Ferguson, and naturally the church will treat it as a fundraising opportunity…

    Posted by Tiffany Sunderson | January 5, 2015, 5:15 pm

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