Woman Claims Sandy Hook Coroner admitted Shooting was a Hoax

dr-wayne-carverBy Stephanie Sledge
The Government Rag

On Friday, January 25, 2013, on the The Power Hour w/ Joyce Riley, a woman by the name of ‘Bonnie’ called in and reported that the Sandy Hook coroner, Dr. H. Wayne Carver II, was spotted in Las Vegas. The woman claims she has information that she obtained from a close friend, who owns a business in the area.

She claims, “he just got back from Las Vegas, now mind you, this business owner is not like one of us – you know, he is just a normal citizen, but he told him he said –  he was in Las Vegas and he was at one of the tables, and across the table from him was the coroner from Sandy Hook”.

“He took a picture of him on his cell phone, and uh, so the guy they got, they got to talking when he saw him take a picture and the man said… “You know, this is pretty fishy about Sandy Hook and its starting to look like a hoax,” and the doctor said, “it was a hoax.”

executive-medical-board-meeting-las-vegas-january-same-time-as-carver-seen-in-las-vegasThe woman did not elaborate anymore and claims she was trying to get the picture that the man took on his cell phone. Interestingly enough, the International Association of Coroners & Medical Examiners (IAC&ME) 2013, Executive Board Meeting, was held in Las Vegas on January 22-24th, 2013. This period would coincide with the statement that the caller claims her friend was also in Las Vegas.

Dr. H. Wayne Carver is the Chief Medical Examiner at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiners under the control of the Commission on Medicolegal Investigations. The Commission is composed of nine members, who are appointed by Governor Dannel P. Malloy. He has headed the office since 1989. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri and raised in Skokie, Ill. He earned an undergraduate degree at Brown University and his residency and pathology training at the University of Chicago and the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office. He was originally deputy chief medical examiner and then promoted. His salary was around $299,783 per year.

Dr. Carver had been a long time medical examiner. According to his license from the Dept. of Public Health, he has been licensed in CT since July 1982. He has testified in high-profile cases including the Cheshire home-invasion case, the serial killer, Michael Ross case, and the Richards Crafts “wood-chipper’ murder case. Michael Ross was executed in 2005. He has always been known to testify well on the stand and assist the police for a prosecution.

Dr. Carver even threatened the state in the later part of 2011 to resign from his position as Chief Medical Examiner. According to WTNH 8, “Carver accused Malloy’s administration of meddling with the medical examiner’s office by removing five employees as part of an effort to centralize certain state agency operations, such as payroll.” Carver also said, “At the time that the move wouldn’t save any money and could jeopardize the independence of his agency.” Then, just a few weeks later, Carver withdrew his resignation claiming that he would not be able to stay on as an assistant. Carver mocked the budget cuts and did not appreciate that his “department had its national accreditation downgraded by one agency and dropped by another.”

Carver claimed these problems would have to be rectified. Carver took his issues up with the Commission on Medicolegal Investigations, which governs his office. He professed that he would have to gain clearance through the governor’s budget office, the Office of Policy Management (OPM) under Benjamin Barnes, which at that time was in the process of reorganizing the Office of Medical Examiner into the University of Connecticut Health Center. According to the OPM’s website, “OPM is composed of seven divisions that report to the Office of the Secretary: AdministrationBudget and Financial ManagementCriminal Justice Policy and Planning Division,  FinanceIntergovernmental PolicyLabor Relations, and Policy Development and Planning. The agency also maintains an office in the State Capitol for OPM’s legislative activities.”

So, under the command of Hillary Clinton, that is… The same woman that signed the United Nations (UN) Small Arms Treaty? Okay all, go back to sleep now – it’s just a conspiracy theory….

Connecticut Office of Medical Examiners has full accreditation from the National Association of Medical Examiners and the American Board of Forensic Toxicology. Other related agencies, according to their website are:

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Unfortunately, for the CT Chief Medical Examiners Office, there have been some fishy incidents and what appears to be a cover-up, which includes one of Carver’s medical examiners, Dr. Frank Evangelista who was recently indicted, charged, and arrested for perjury. In Jan 2012, Evangelista was charged with perjury and arrested in Massachusetts for allegedly lying about autopsies in state court. He was one of the top assistants to Carver and testified in high-profile cases. Evangelista plead not guilty.  He was fired from his position in CT.

Following a pre-trial hearing in Blockton Superior Court, Cynthia Brackett, assistant district attorney, alleged there were “material inconsistencies” between a 2006 and 2010 trial testimonies given from Dr. Evangelista. The trials were of two men charged with beating a homeless man to death in Wareham in 2004. Brackett refused to give the specifics on what Evangelista allegedly said that would have lead to perjury. According to the article from Boston.com, “Dr. H. Wayne Carver, Connecticut’s chief medical examiner, said the case is a personal issue and that he could not comment on it.” – – – Huh? Personal issue? In other wards, he is keeping his mouth shut.  (Picture obtained by CTPost).

Dr. Carver appears to be involved in the cover-up of the Sandy Hook shooting. Proof can be obtained here. He wrote a letter addressed to Chairman, Coleman, Chairman, Fox, and Honorable Members of the Judiciary Committee in regards to Raised Bill 1054, An Act Concerning the Disclosure of Autopsy Reports. In the letter, he states,

“ The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner would like to take the opportunity to comment on Raised Bill 1054. This Bill would prevent the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner from unilaterally disclosing autopsy reports on pediatric homicides to the general public. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner as an institution and J, are very concerned about the privacy rights of individuals who are examined through our office and particularly with respect to homicide victims whose family find their privacy and grieving invaded by the curious public.”

This evidence could suggest that Carver knew ahead of time and helped plan and cover-up the alleged pre-meditated murders of the Sandy Hook victims and to prevent the public from finding out the truth by exempting his office from releasing information. Notice, how Carver emphasizes ‘pediatric homicides’ in the letter? The bill was passed. This bill is outrageous as it can leave loopholes for the medical examiner to cover-up and possibly lie about autopsies and never get caught.

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