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On February 9, 2018, late in the afternoon on a Friday, the Associated Press (AP) released the original PDF of Stephen Paddock’s autopsy results by linking to it in one of their articles. Rather quickly, within an hour or two, the autopsy report was spiked out of the article.
What is being hidden from the public, and this appears to be the explanation as to why law enforcement has fought tooth and nail to not have Paddock’s autopsy results publicly released, is Paddock’s Time Of Death — his Time Of Death is 1200 hours (Noon) on 10/2/17; that is the day after the shooting, and approximately fourteen hours after the shooting into Route 91 ceased.
originally posted by: MarkOfTheV
a reply to: AndyFromMichigan
I don't really see what's weird about this... they incapacitated the guy... and hauled him off to the hospital where he was kept alive as long as possible through machines and tubes... they may have been hoping to question him or something... and then he croaked because a body can only absorb so much lead.
originally posted by: Jiggly
a reply to: MarkOfTheV
ahh no... thats not how it works....
they look at temp of the body, rigor, decomp and more... that how is they determine time of death
not when the coroner examined him
originally posted by: dashen
a reply to: ColdWisdom
as stated above the absolute massive influx of patients and mortalities into the hospitals that day would have put the alleged shooter on last priority. Last priority to positively identify and last priority to declare dead. There was probably a lot of grieving family members demanding bodies released and that would put him even further down the line. I'm not saying that's what happened but it just seems more plausible
Time of death is exactly what i says: what time did the individual die, not "when was he examined".