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Wrong Richard Souviron?

Richard R. Souviron

Chief

Miami-Dade Medical Examiner

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Miami-Dade Medical Examiner

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Forensic Odontologist

Medical Examiner Office, Miami Dade County


President

Miami Dental Society


Affiliations

Dental Leaders

Legal Secretary and the Insurance Administrator


American Board of Forensic Odontology

Founding Member


Education

DDS


DDS degree

Emory University School of Dentistry


Web References(88 Total References)


Historical Museum of Southern Florida

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Richard Souviron, forensic dentist, Miami-Dade Medical Examiner


girlghoul.vox.com

Richard Souviron.
Before I get to Souviron, I should back track to Phillip Wells on day one. And then there's Dr. Richard Souviron. I like this guy he's a pistol. He's amped on 10 at all times, excited and eager to tell you exactly what he thinks in no uncertain terms. Back to Dr. Souviron, he began his career as a forensic odontologist in 1967 and testified for the first time in 1973. He is board certified and retest and recertified every five years. Up to 75% of his expert witness testimony is for law enforcement, so don't go calling him some hired gun for the guilty. The low key Michael Burt threw him a couple softballs regarding his C.V. (that's fancy talk for resume) and Souviron just took over. Here's the other thing that separates him from Spitz and Baden, they are expert in many aspects of the body but Souviron is a forensic odontologist. Souviron brought some previous case photos to prove how similar some dog bite wounds were to the wounds on Chris, Stevie and Michael. In November of 2006, Lorri Davis sent Dr. Souviron approximately 1500 photos and case files and testimony. Claws!, said Souviron. Not even CLOSE to a knife wound! Souviron said it's common for multi-animals to dine on a freshly dead body, it's a free meal and everyone wants some. They are attracted to the scent of urea as much as the blood. There will be many, many kinds of bite marks on a corpse from large animals to insects, and they will begin almost instantaneously even if the victim is still clinging to life. (Ante mortem.) Souviron could not understand why Peretti mentioned bite marks in Byers' autopsy but didn't follow up on it. Did Souviron read Jessie's statement that there was a knife present at the crime scene? Souviron: Absolutely! Souviron laughed: Well now, there are a whole lot of problems with this case… Amen to that, Dr Souviron, there's just not enough time in the world to go over all of them, but truer words were never spoken. Dr. Richard Souviron, the Chief Odontologist at the Miami Dade Medical this caliber testifying. (Or Dr Baden or Dr Ophoven or Dr Souviron, who will


www.nodc.org

Richard Souviron, DDS
Dr. Richard Souviron received his DDS degree from Emory University School of Dentistry in 1960. He has been in active practice in Coral Gables, Florida since 1960 practicing general dentistry. He has been and continues to be the Chief Forensic Odontologist for the Miami Dade Medical Examiners Office. Dr. Souviron is one of the 10 original founding forensic odontologists for the Odontology section of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. He has served President of the examining credentialing commitee for the American Board and has been President of the American Board of Forensic Odontology. He has also served as President of the Miami Dental Society, Coral Gables Dental Society and the Miami Dade Dental Research Clinic. In addition to his forensics and general dentistry practice, Dr. Souviron is the dentist for the animals at the Miami Dade Metro Zoo, Jungle Island and Miami Monkey Jungle. He has performed dental procedures on lions, tigers, gorillas, elephants, etc. His hobbies include working his ranch in Wyoming, fly fishing, hunting, diving, and tractor driving. His golf is terrible; he has a 20 handicap.


www.jivepuppi.com

(14) L.G. was also her ex-step-son, Narlene having divorced the Hollingsworth who fathered L.G. and then married her ex-husband's brother Ricky.These experts were Dr. Richard Souviron, Chief Forensic Odontologist at the Miami Dade Medical Examiners Department (curriculum vitae attached as Exh.11. After reviewing the relevant case materials, Drs. Baden, Di Maio, Souviron, and Wood *independently concluded* that apart from the blunt force injuries to the head, most of the injuries to the skin of the victims , i.e., the hundreds of gouges, punctures, lacerations, abrasions, and scratches , were not caused antemortem by the use of a knife, but were instead the post-mortem product of animal predation.12. On January 11, 2007, Dr. Souviron issued a report (attached as Exh.II) in which he stated, inter alia, that:


Dental Leaders

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Richard R. Souviron, DDS
Doctors Groh, Souviron, and Correa have dedicated their professional lives to treating each patient as respected and deserving individuals. K. Randall Groh, DDS, Richard R. Souviron, DDS and Adrian J. Correa, DMD, are your resources in South Florida, the Caribbean, and Central and South America for quality and comfortable dental care. Doctors Groh, Souviron, and Correa serve quality and results-oriented patients from around the hemisphere.


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