Originally posted by blueorder
yes, whoever heard of a 59 year old suddenly dropping dead, this indeed most unsual
ffs could these things be anymore ridiculous
Either you didn't read the provided information, or you cannot disseminate it normally. The chain of events do seem strange. First, a new doctor. The
new doctor admits him into the hospital for tests.
In the states I have never heard of this happening. Any tests that need to be done, even at a hospital, are done on an outpatient basis. The fact that
this man was perfectly fine, having his health decline AFTER being admitted, is fishy.
Any piece of the evidence by itself isn't all that concerning, but when you analyze it as a whole it definitely is. Considering this was the star
witness, he was assigned a new doctor, was admitted to the hospital for no reason...Then he started to get sick, and despite being in a hospital,
there was apparently nothing they could do for him.
If anyone with the resources could physically dig into this story, I am sure they will find discrepancies that are present. IF they do an autopsy, I
doubt they will be checking for the presence of obscure poisons or toxins. They could have injected him with ANYTHING the doctor ordered, or didn't
order and log, but did himself.
I think that the id of the doctor would play a big part in this. This doctor could have been assigned to this man because whoever hired him knew he
would cooperate, for whatever reason. I am sure there are records at the hospital of why a new doctor was given to this man.
I will admit that this could all be coincidence, but anyone who would conclude this without questioning the circumstances, possibility, etc, is
extremely naive imo. We MUST admit that the possibility is there. We also must admit that if this was a conspiracy, that the conspirators would have
went to some length to cover their tracks.
This is extremely important to remember for anyone investigating the case.