Tissue Scurvy Misdiagnosed as Murder
Clinical Medicine Research
Volume 3, Issue 3, May 2014, Pages: 65-67
Received: Apr. 16, 2014;
Accepted: May 4, 2014;
Published: May 20, 2014
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Michael D. Innis, Retired HaematologistPrincess Alexandra Hospital Brisbane Australia
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Background: Mr Darryl Elliot was convicted for the murder of Amelia Bowmar on the evidence of doctors who alleged Amelia was a victim of the Shaken Baby Syndrome because ofthe presence of a subdural haematoma, swelling of the brain with ischaemic changes and haemorrhagic contusions in the cortex of the right and left superior frontal gyri of the brain. The brain and spinal cord showed evidence of old and recent injury which the doctors attributed to “Non-accidental Injury”. Method: To prove that the allegation of murder was false the results of the blood tests were analyzed. Result:It is shown that the child had evidence of abnormal coagulation of blood, liver dysfunction and hypoinsulinaemia following mandated MMR vaccine administered a few days prior to the onset of symptoms. Conclusion:The Laboratory results prove the presence of vaccine induced Tissue Scurvy which would account for all the lesions found on the child.
Tissue Scurvy, Shaken Baby Syndrome, Non-Accidental Injury, Murder
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Tissue Scurvy Misdiagnosed as Murder, Clinical Medicine Research.
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