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Mexico Presents Flawed Theory in Shooting Death of American Journalist
Date:2/4/2009

ure of the entrance wound, the damage to the bullet and the victim's shirt. Dr. Bux is the Medical Examiner in El Paso County, Colorado and has 27 years of experience as a forensic pathologist, including work for the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, and the Attorney General of the Republic of Mexico (PGR) on past cases.

The PGR claims that Brad Will was killed by a gunshot originating in his immediate area. A ricochet off an intermediate target supports the hypothesis of longer-range gunshots.

In a continued effort to support its theory of the case, the PGR now claims that the red substance found on the bullet by PHR was put there by one of the Oaxacan forensic examiners as a means of labeling, and the damage was produced by a chisel used during the autopsy.

"The theory presented in this case by the PGR is deeply flawed and falls apart when examined by experienced forensic experts," said PHR-IFP Director Stefan Schmitt. "It is appalling that the PGR's flawed argumentation has led to rejecting our forensic experts' findings. We have offered to formally present our findings to the appropriate authorities since May of 2008, and remain prepared to testify in a formal judicial setting."

In April 2008, PHR submitted to the PGR a confidential report by its International Forensic Program, authored by internationally recognized experts in firearms examination, forensic pathology, and crime scene and criminal investigation. Despite repeated requests, PHR has not yet received a formal response from the PGR.

"The distribution pattern of red substance on the bullet that struck Brad Will, as observed and photographed by us under a microscope in Mexico City in Ap
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