Waco Autopsies Released

August 13, 2015

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Waco Autopsies Released

The Southwestern Institute of Forensic Sciences at Dallas released the autopsy reports for the nine men killed as a result of the Twin Peaks Massacre on My 17. A cursory examination of the 91 pages of documents reveals no smoking gun. The forensic evidence appears to contradict some witness accounts of what happened that day.

A brief summary of the autopsies results follows.

Daniel Raymond Boyett died of a two gunshot wounds to the head. Both were made by copper jacketed bullets. One of the head shot was on top of the head and the other was to the back of the head. “Additional copper jacket and lead fragments” were recovered. “The direction of the bullet” was “downward, right to left and back to front.” The fatal shot left “a round, 1/4 inch in diameter gunshot wound. Entrance is on the left temporal scalp, 3 inches below the top of the head.” Boyett also had contusions and abrasions that appear to indicate that had had been in a fight. The autopsy also describes a deep graze bullet wound on the left side of his abdomen. All three wounds appear to have been made with copper jacketed bullets. There is no evidence that the bullets were fired at close range.

Someone tried to save Jacob Lee Rhyne’s life. He had bruising consistent with efforts to resuscitate him.  He was shot in the neck and the back by copper jacketed bullets. He was also shot in the lower abdomen. The abdominal wound also came from a copper jacket bullet, His fatal wounds were not fired from close range.

Charles Wayne Russell was shot once in about the middle of his chest by “a medium caliber, minimally deformed. copper jacketed…The base of the bullet is inscribed “15-08020” over “JU.”

Manuel Issac Rodriguez was shot twice, over the right eyebrow and the back. He appears not to have been shot at close range. He was shot with “apparent medium caliber, jacketed” bullets.

Matthew Mark Smith was shot in the back from a distance with a “markedly deformed, medium-caliber, jacketed projectile.” He was also shot in the abdomen.

Richard Matthew Jordan, II also died of a gunshot wound to the back of his head from a medium to large caliber, partially jacketed” bullet.

Richard Vincent Kirschner, Jr. died of three bullet wounds to his rear, lower extremities. He was also shot from a distance.

Jesus Delgado Rodriguez was shot in the face. A copper jacketed, slightly deforned, medium-caliber projectile” was recovered from his scalp. The base of the bullet was inscribed “with 15-8021 over CS.” He was also shot in the back.

Wayne Lee Campbell was shot in the face by a bullet that exited and reentered his chest.

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63 Responses to “Waco Autopsies Released”

  1. Mike Smith Says:

    “Charles Wayne Russell was shot once in about the middle of his chest by “a medium caliber, minimally deformed. copper jacketed…The base of the bullet is inscribed “15-08020” over “JU.””

    Now how many “cops” load their own ammo? According to Sargent Swanton they just drew issue weapons that had been dumbed down to stand at the ready.

    Again, what kind of person custom marks his bullets by weight and powder load? Marksman, maybe? What kind of person marks his own bullets and takes them into the field to fire at people? Ah yes, a SNIPER!

  2. Rebel Says:

    Dear E.C. Vagos,

    I know. All of a sudden everybody wants to talk like the Iron Order.

    Rebel

  3. E.C. Vagos Says:

    “”Big fucking forever bad Says:
    August 13, 2015 at 7:15 pm
    Vago I take it u were there I’m sure u sucked off falco also u internet gangster lol””

    Hey Big fucking Maggot, Who the fuck are you talking to?

    Sorry Rebel, couldn’t let the morons bullshit go. We’ve always been respectful and grateful for your facts.

  4. Erkman69 Says:

    When I went to sleep I was in the U.S.A. I woke up in north Korea. What the hell. Respects to all, not Vinnie. a.c.a.b.

  5. old & stoned Says:

    what i’m basically saying in that last post is; if the ‘master plan’ worked, wacko pd would have never been involved. only being used to redirect ‘objective’ to the preferred terrain, they were stooges May 17th. they probably were sitting in their cars – following ‘orders’.
    now, wacko has to play this out in public, in court, when the original plan was a ‘sweep under the rug’ job. alot of what you see in swinetown’s face in the videos is shock, and the look of a man’s morality torturing him as he lies. hence the rage. look at the eyes,, he was probably barfin’ between speeches.

  6. old & stoned Says:

    the venue was changed allegedly by the CoC, to have the meeting in a more central place, as a keynote speaker was bringing news from the nat’l CoC meeting.

    the previous venue of choice repeatedly was ‘the Mist’. Secluded, industrial,, take a look, perfect for a SOA inspired ambush, complete with pimp limos parked close by and NO bystanders, random traffic. as soon as it was posted on calendar, swinetown started pressuring TP, which had NEVER had a ‘call for sevice’ for a ‘bike event’

    That whole deal reeks

  7. XYZ Says:

    Xplor:

    And bullets that are never fired don’t tumble at all.

    This same chicken-shit scenario could be played out all over Texas any weekend – a tailgate party at a sporting event would be a good example.

    Once you have orchestrated the presence of opposing parties in a parking lot or other venue in Texas, and a single fist fight occurs or gunshot is fired, everyone there has a right to defend themselves. And in all likelihood, most adult males there (and many females) would have a firearm either on their person or in their vehicle.

    Generally, it’s legal to carry concealed with a license in Texas. And, generally, it legal to have a firearm in one’s vehicle even if one is not licensed (and not otherwise disqualified), as long as one is traveling across county lines. (I am not a lawyer or giving legal advice.) Swanton and Peterson said it – most were from out of town.

    Remind me again how/why the venue was changed from Austin to Waco?

    Who gives a fuck if 10,000 legal firearms were recovered. Search the cars in the parking lot at any Cabelas, or Bass Pro, or C&W concert, or side of the road catfish shack in Texas, and you’d find (proportionally) an equal number or guns or “weapons”.

    Generally speaking there are four parties to what transpired at Twin Peaks. “Law Enforcement”, “Bikers”, the “Franchisor” of Twin Peaks, and the “Franchisee” of Twin Peaks.

    It seems increasingly clear to me that TWO of those parties had fore-knowledge that something would happen that day, and that it might go bad. Within hours of the event, two parties had taken decisive action – press conferences, press releases, legal actions, etc. The other two parties were still reeling, and still trying to figure out what happened.

    One of the the four parties is allegedly worth +/- 1/2 billion. The principals of that entity have been personally named in lawsuits. Their names have been dragged through the mud in business publications from here to India. From what I can tell (and I have no inside knowledge)they want answers as desperately as the families of the deceased bikers. And they have money. And that’s where whoever orchestrated this event fuck up.

    How was it that the venue was changed?
    When were the pole cams installed?
    Who “green-lighted” this event?

    That’s the only truth to be found here.

  8. xplor Says:

    That is the truth.

  9. Paladin Says:

    xplor,

    The stability of a bullet is determined by a combination of factors that include the rifle barrel’s rifling twist rate, bullet weight, bullet O.A.L and the bullet’s velocity. Barrel length is not a factor. When bullets enter a target, the gyroscopic stability imparted to the bullet by the twist rate within the rifle’s barrel is interrupted by the obstacles that the bullet encounters when entering a target. Such as: clothing, articles worn that are directly in line with the bullet’s flight path, bone, muscle, as well as the bullet’s angle of attack.

    Long May You Ride,

    Paladin

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