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January 18, 2011
It's obvious that the medical examiner isn't an expert and IMO may not be competent. The name of the game is the truth, not a conviction at all costs, based on evidence. If the evidence is too much for you to make a reliable determination, get some assistance.
I feel for both sides, this suspect, who may have controled his wife through threats and intimidation, should not be charged with murder if the evidence does not point to it. Although, that mental abuse probably contributed to her suicide. The family, who has been repeatedly told he murdered their loved one, has to deal with the suicide and the questioning of ones self after the fact.
The whole process had to suck for him.
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