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Originally posted by Maxmars
For those of you who are interested in the process. The Austin District Attorney's office would have to provide the official 'push' to evaluate the case as anything other than it has already done (suicide). Lacking that, Federal Marshals and or the County Coroner would have to request a review - perhaps to the Mayor (if not Governor).
In other words, no there is NO agency (loyal to the public first) that can - without being directed - look into this.
This is of course a generalization, and time will tell if some officials will want to 'respond' to a questionable 'suicide' case like this.
By the way, if someone wanted this guy dead, what would be the point of the 'suicide' angle? Any ideas?
[edit on 21-4-2008 by Maxmars]