posted on Dec, 13 2004 @ 02:59 AM
There are exceptions on the death by gunshots in the head thing though.
A few years back I read a newsstory about a guy first shooting himself in the stomach(misser) then 1 inch left to his heart(misser) then directly into
his heart(hit) which for some reason didn't kill him, then he proceeded to shoot a bullet from his right ear exiting at his left cheek(misser), then
one behind his left ear exiting the back of his head(misser), next one from under his chin exiting at the top of his nose(misser) and the final one,
while the cops found him from the front of his head directly trough his frontal lobe out the back of his head(hit). There were a total of 11 bullet
wounds, dunno where the rest of them were.
Yet that shot didn't kill him either but put him in the hospital for nearly half a year before he jumped out of the hospital window and finaly died
I'm looking to find the article again.
But I agree about this article though. When an investigative reporter dies that has a resume like this guy has, especialy when you have the CIA poping
up in a bad daylight, the death warants a thorough investigation imho.
The CIA is known to and allowed to kill people if they pose a threat to their operations.