The title of the article says it all. New Hampshire Medical Examiner Dr Andrew has a documented history of inconsistency. In a recent murder trial, Dr Andrew back peddled on his initial testimony under cross examination. Why would he testify in a murder trial to act as expert witness to determine cause of death on a body he never examined? This is a question that WE HAVE. How could he rule Patric McCarthy’s death accidental given the state of Patric’s body...
In an email from New Hampshire’s Sgt West to Ed Johnson, Sgt West states: “No dirt in Patric’s Nose”. But, in New Hampshire Medical Examiner Swains examination of Patric McCarthy’s body where he (Sgt West) was present at the Exam, Swain noted in her report that Patric had dirt in his Eyes Nose and Mouth. These is the conflicting autopsy reports and Sgt West was present for the Swain exam. Why on earth would he change his story? Sgt...
Dr. Bonnell was contracted by Geoffrey McCarthy to review the Autopsy and Photo’s pertaining to Patric’s case. He also sent Dr. Bonnell the results of the (5) individuals that he hired to review Patric’s case and they determined that Patric did not die by accident or environmental exposure. They determined Patric was sufficated. This review by Dr. Bonnell, as you can read disputes all of the experts hired by the McCarthy’s. Dr. Bonnell agrees with...

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CALL FOR JUSTICE March 15, 2018 | Comments: 5

New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office directly supervises the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner and their employees. The Attorney General of New Hampshire is also mandated to ensure that the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner performs his sworn duties in accordance with all the Laws of New Hampshire. Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Thomas A. Andrew 13 October 2003 thru September 2017 14+ YEARS OF LIES. Patric Murray... Read more

US ATTORNEY EMPLOYEE ADMITS CASE SHOULD ... February 4, 2015 | Comments: 2

This is just another example of WHY we continue to fight for the truth to be told. This is a note from a former employee of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Concord NH. It’s obvious that there is a cover up, we just need to publish this book, and perhaps ONE person with enough influence will read it, and set the wheels in motion once and for all. “17 January 2012; I was a former employee of the U.S.... Read more

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