OKOctober 24 2009 at 11:09 PM
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Response to I wasn't there either, but ...
1) Maybe, maybe not. I'd expect Alcor to say it wasn't true even if it were.
2) His website shows a picture of a frozen head taken at Alcor with a tuna can attached. Lie? I'd say not.
3) There are recordings of someone at Alcor saying the Cyrostar was untested and unreliable. Some legal entity should do a voice analysis comparison with the known speaker and verify identity.
4) Yes, apparently fracturing occurs.
5) Yes, but photo shown on the website, taken at Alcor is a ball peen hammer, not a surgical mallet. Does the job, but is not the tool described. A big rock or a baseball bat would've worked too, but also not a surgical mallet. Who is lying?
6) I think the recordings speak for themselves. Lets bring in the FBI to analyze, ok?
Interestingly enough, the "patients nurse" who called into Nightline claims he died in the bedroom with his partner present, but Alcor's own case report states he died in the garage after being moved there. Who is lying? It can't be BOTH ways.
Alcor promises to fix any real problems identified by Johnson, if they find any..
That's funny. Think they'll find anything? Ha, ha.
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