The inquest heard testimony this week from Alberta’s chief medical examiner that Grimolfson, 38, died of excited delirium caused by high levels of the drugs ecstasy and ketamine, an animal tranquillizer. The levels of each drug in Grimolfson’s body were each high enough to have been fatal, Dr. Graeme Dowling said. ... [LINK]Then why-oh-why would you even mention the stupid, meaningless, unhelpful phrase "excited delirium"?
Why not just state that the cause of death is 'Drug Overdose' if that's what is indicated by the 1) drug levels AND 2) the timing AND 3) You wish to ignore the effects of the taser.
Why on earth would he even mention "excited delirium"?
Why? Why? Why?
Hey look! A unicorn.Where?
There. Didn't you see it?Nope.
Oh my Gawd, there's another one!
Right there!There's no such thing as unicorns!
Sure there is, we just saw two of them! Oh, make that three!
Alberta's strange "excited delirium" and taser no-fault trend [LINK].
Dr. Dowling's DEMONSTRABLY INCORRECT claim about "15 seconds" [LINK]. This one is very strange. Why would he make this claim? Who told him this falsehood? And why was he even speaking with them?
Dr. Dowling's possible logical error [LINK].
Alberta's former SG crazy claim: [LINK]
Fred Lindsay, Solicitor General and Minister of Public Security for Alberta (from 14 December 2006 until 13 January 2010) said, "I want to go on record as saying that of all the thousands of times that a Taser has been used in this province, it has saved thousands of lives."
There's definitely a trend on display here.
I can't explain it.
But I can see it.