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Wrong James Beyer?

James C. Beyer

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Fairfax County Medical Examiner

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CLINTON'S ROGUES GALLERY:

alamo-girl.com [cached]

Originally scheduled for Thursday, July 22, Fairfax County Medical Examiner Dr. James Beyer, with only an assistant whose name he refused to divulge, began the autopsy some time before 10 a.m., Wednesday.
By the time investigators did arrive, Beyer had destroyed considerable evidence about the alleged gunshot in the mouth. The OIC carefully omitted Morrisette's sentence from its report, saying six people attended the autopsy, but neglecting to mention they weren't all present when Beyer began his work...." Testifying before a Senate committee in 1994, Dr. Beyer said, "the machine wasn't working -- and I saw no need to take an x-ray. ..."


Vince Foster Five Years After

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Originally scheduled for Thursday, July 22, Fairfax County Medical Examiner Dr. James Beyer, with only an assistant whose name he refused to divulge, began the autopsy some time before 10 a.m., Wednesday.
By the time investigators did arrive, Beyer had destroyed considerable evidence about the alleged gunshot in the mouth. The OIC carefully omitted Morrisette's sentence from its report, saying six people attended the autopsy, but neglecting to mention they weren't all present when Beyer began his work. Testifying before a Senate committee in 1994, Dr. Beyer said, "the machine wasn't working -- and I saw no need to take an x-ray."


iWorshipCenter.injesus.com

The autopsy was performed on July 21 by the Fairfax County Medical Examiner, Dr. James Beyer.The U.S.Dr. Beyer could not account for the inconsistency in the FBI memo, although he said that for a preliminary finding to contradict an official report would be "very unusual."


WorldNetDaily: Foster death report sees professional 'hit'

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Originally scheduled for Thursday, July 22, Fairfax County Medical Examiner Dr. James Beyer, with only an assistant whose name he refused to divulge, began the autopsy some time before 10 a.m., Wednesday.By the time investigators did arrive, Beyer had destroyed considerable evidence about the alleged gunshot in the mouth. The OIC carefully omitted Morrisette's sentence from its report, saying six people attended the autopsy, but neglecting to mention they weren't all present when Beyer began his work. Testifying before a Senate committee in 1994, Dr. Beyer said, "the machine wasn't working -- and I saw no need to take an x-ray."


WorldNetDaily: Nobody can explain Foster inconsistencies

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The autopsy was performed on July 21 by the Fairfax County Medical Examiner , Dr. James Beyer.The U.S. Park Police , with the FBI's assistance , conducted the official investigation into Foster's death.The FBI Field Office reported on Page 3 of the memo that preliminary results include the finding that a .38 caliber revolver ... was fired into the victim's mouth with no exit wound. The official report on Foster's autopsy described an exit wound in the back of his head , 1 x 1.25 inches in size.Dr. Beyer could not account for the inconsistency in the FBI memo , although he said that for a preliminary finding to contradict an official report would be very unusual. Dr. Donald Haut , the coroner who examined Foster's body at Fort Marcy Park , claimed that he didn't know who generated the initial results from the autopsy.There was , in_fact , an exit wound in the occipital area of the skull , Haut said.Haut filed a two-page report from his examination in the park , which was internally inconsistent.Page 1 of Haut's report described a perforating gunshot wound mouth-head. Page 2 said the shot was mouth-neck. The mouth-head language on Page 1 of Haut's report showed , in the cause of death box , that the word head was typed into the box after another word had been whited_out.When told that some speculated that his report had been altered , Haut said , I don't know about that.That sounds kind of far-fetched.I don't know what would be the purpose of doing that.It wouldn't make any sense.What would be the motive? Haut believed the mouth-neck information came from the Park Police , although he couldn't be sure.


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