Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Oaxaca, Mexico: Amnesty International calls for new autopsy and forensics study of Bradley Will murder

Amnesty International, apparently deciding to give their anti-Semitic ravings a rest for a day, has called for an independent autopsy and forensic examination is the Bradley Will murder case. Rupert Knox, in a press conference this afternoon, called on the federal government, specifically the Secretary of Foreign Relations, to take control of the investigation. Knox said that the federal government should call in "foreign experts" to review the forensic reports and conduct their own studies.

Knox justified his demand by describing the forensics report released by the state's Attorney General as "incomplete and confusing". He did not, as is the habit of Amnesty International, offer any reasons for his opinion, at least that I can find.

I checked the AI site and as of 7:30 pm Oaxaca Mountain Valley Zapotec (OMVZ) time, there was nothing there related to Knox's press conference. Since AI is in close cahoots with Indy Media, Jimmy Carter, Media Matters for America, the Democratic Underground, Lawrence O'Donnell and his sister, Rosie, I think we all know how this is going to go.

Seriously, what Knox is asking for is a good idea, so long as Amnesty International is not involved in any way, shape or form. In the United States, we've probably got a dozen or so of the most qualified, experienced and well known forensic scientists in all the world. Any one of them or any group of them would be more than happy to come down here and straighten this all out -- for a fee, paid in advance.

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