Last Friday February 9th, Stephen Paddock’s autopsy report was finally released. It was signed by Clark County Medical Examiner Dr. Lisa Gavin MD on February 5th, six days after District Judge Timothy Williams ordered its release, and four months after the autopsy was performed on October 6th 2017.
The Mainstream Media all echoed that the results offered “no hint of a motive,” as if to distract from the fact that the report listed the time of death as 12:00PM on October 2nd, a whopping 14 hours after Paddock’s reported suicide in the LVMPD’s official timeline of the worst mass shooting in recent US history.
Did Dr. Gavin mean to enter “00:00 hours” for an estimated time of “Dead on Arrival”?
In the Las Vegas case of the century?
The Coroner’s Office had 4 months to get the details right and fought several news agencies and a county judge to keep this information private.
The Associated Press (AP) initially published the PDF of Paddock’s autopsy results but it was quickly removed from the article. Strange, considering that the AP had actually sued Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg for these very autopsy results.
On January 31st, Fudenberg had refused to obey a court order from District Judge Timothy Williams to release Paddock’s autopsy report. The judge then ordered Fudenberg to pay $32,000 towards the legal fees of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, which had also sued for the release of these public records.
Ignored by the Mainstream Media were notes in the autopsy that, in addition to the point-blank “intraoral” gunshot wound to the head, Paddock suffered “Blunt force injuries to extremities.”
In a case already riddled with irregularities, new discrepancies have emerged from the autopsy release, in addition to a time of death listed at 14 hours after he was said to have been found and photographed by LVMPD, just after 10PM on October 1st.
The autopsy lists the height of the decedent as being 6′-1″ (185cm) and a weight 224 lbs (101kg), with a Body Mass Index (BMI) of over 29, which is clinically obese. Meanwhile, a 2010 Alaska Sport Fishing License listed Stephen Paddock’s height as 6′-4″ (193cm) and his weight as 225 lbs, which is overweight but not obese. Paddock’s details would have been verified by an authorized Alaska fish and game vendor using data from his driver’s license. This photograph indicates that Paddock was taller than 6′-1″ and his BMI here looks closer to 25 than to 29.
Another interesting detail is that Paddock’s fishing license lists an address at the Central Park Apartments in Mesquite, Texas which is a Dallas suburb. Stephen Paddock is still publicly listed by the Texas Secretary of State as the Manager of the Limited Liability Corporation that owns this apartment complex. This is not to be confused with the home in a Mesquite, Nevada subdivision 90 miles from Las Vegas, where MSM camera crews filmed the FBI busting down Paddock’s garage door. Paddock apparently collected real estate in places named Mesquite…..it’s all too strange and unfair to the families of the 58 killed.