Ed Ward
Murder from start to finish
Wed Dec 27, 2006 10:31

 
I won't go into tasering a restrained person as resistance the first part of the murder. However, I will go into the complete farce of the supposed CPR AND the fact that there may be a relationship to the hands around the Deacon's face and throat at the time he goes unconcious. IT WAS COMPLETELY USELESS. THIS MAN NEEDED TO BE INTUBATED - THE BAG MASK IS COMPLETELY USELESS IN CPR (NOTE, in the few times you can see the Deacons chest during bagging - THE DEACON'S CHEST NEVER MOVES - BAGGING BY MASK IS ALMOST ALWAYS USELESS IN CPR). Most likely there was no pulse from the first time they started checking for a pulse (very early after he goes unconcious). They continue checking for a pulse, then start to check for breathing (if your heart is not beating YOU DO NOT BREATH). After checking for breathing again, you will see whatever incompetent idiot medical bozo holding something to the victims face - MOST LIKELY AN AMMONIA CAPSULE. So after not seeing signs of breathing or a pulse, he hold an ammonia capsule to his face for almost a minute. I HAD TO STOP WATCHING AFTER 5 MINUTES THE POINT OF NO RETURN.

DEATH BY SADISTIC DEPUTIES. DEATH BY INCOMPETENT MEDICAL PERSONEL - BUT, THAT IS JUST MY PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL OPINION BASED SOLELY ON WHAT IS SEEN IN THE VIDEO.

WOULD LOVE TO GIVE TESTIMONY IN COURT REGARDING THE VIDEO, EXPERT WITNESS MANY TIMES IN THE FIELD OF GENERAL PRACTICE STATE OF LA.

Ed Ward, MD

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Ed Ward, MD; http://www.thepriceofliberty.org/arc_ward.htm
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