Wednesday, 19 August 2009

Autopsy Report - Little Soft Tissue Injury for a 9-Floor Fall.

The TBH Autopsy Report(click on link for full report)

Glaring inconsistency - that's what I thought the report presented, in coming to the conclusion that the death was consistent with a fall from height.

Autopsy report does state injuries consistent with fall from height - that is, the fractures. However, I am perplexed by the fact that there was only a fracture along suture terminating as hairline fracture at vertex after a 9-floor (=/- 100ft) plunge ....
The soft tissue injuries (considering the many fractures) is quite another story though .....
Consider this - the minimal bleeding and internal organ injury (abdomen & head), considering the impact at possibly 1 ton momentum at which he must've hit the ground.

No mention of haemorrhage in eyes were ever mentioned ..... so it mut've been "clean & clear" as ever. (Listen to the video below - looks like Nizar had more common sense as an engineer ...)
Never mind that the organs - Kidneys and liver - were all intact (presumed from the omission of that statement in the report) - From what I presumed, among the soft tissues, the first thing to go, would've been the spleen with massive hemorrhage .... looks like he fell a shorter distance, or was possibly dead/dying at impact.

This then begs question - is that consistent with death due to a fall from a height of 9 floors? Could he have actually broken all those bones and yet caused so little soft tissue (abdominal & head) injury.

One last BIG question - where is TBH's watch?
Surely it must be at the premises ....

Something sure does smell fishy - bigtime!!!


"Debating" - Umno Style ...

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 18 — Debates not only provide an effective platform in moulding the country’s civilisation, they can also play a role in contributing to the realisation of the 1 Malaysia concept propagated by the government currently.

Information Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim said debates could unite the people into reaching greater heights in terms of national development.