Published on February 6th, 2013 | by Kennedy Ray20
Corruption in Connecticut: ME Dr. H. Wayne Carver
In this article we will write about corruption in Connecticut, as well as new information that has been discovered regarding the State Medical Examiner Dr. H. Wayne Carver. Ever since I’ve watched his press interview regarding the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting, I thought something is definitely wrong with this individual.
Finally authorities indicate that there may have been more then one shooter in the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting. Read more below.
At first I thought, this behaviour might be related to his profession, but he still came across as creepy and I took notes back then that Dr. H. Wayne Carver might be a person of interest. First let’s watch the specific video that left me with a bad feeling:
Even Pierce Morgan, who is currently pushing the assault weapon ban, couldn’t help but notice…
In his latest report regarding the autopsy of Adam Lanza, Dr Wayne Carver stated an examination of what remained of Lanza’s brain showed nothing unusual. Dr. H. Wayne Carver said tests are done to determine if the person had taken any type of drug that might “affect behavior.” In a particular toxicology test, Carver said he would be looking for the “presence or absence” of particular drugs
Speaking of autopsies…..
UPDATE: New Video With Call to The Medical Examiners Office, March 2013
Medical Examiner Dr. H. Wayne Carver
When I first investigated the Sandy Hook Elementary Shooting, we looked at the Medical Examiner Dr. H. Wayne Carver, but besides his creepy press release, I couldn’t find anything suspicious. However, I have found out some new information regarding M.E Carver after watching the video below, about the way autopsies on pediatric homicides are handled in Connecticut.
In September 2011, Medical Examiner Dr. H. Wayne Carver threatened the State of Connecticut with his resignation because of interference from the Malloy Administration. Carver was angry because the Malloy administration decided to remove five of his 54 employees. These five long time employees of ME Carver do things that no other employees in state government can handle.
“Our staffs have worked together to try to create those skill sets that we need to fill over there, and so I don’t really understand the need for this, this drama,” spokesman Mark Ojakain said.
Prior to Dr. H Wayne Carver threatening his resignation in February 2011, Carver put in a request to congress, to pass the provision of 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.
So basically, the Chief Medical Examiner doesn’t want any autopsy reports of people below the age of 18 released to the public, under the public information act.
Did his resignation threat 7 months later have anything to do with Bill 1054? Because in October 2011, one month after he threatened to leave, the bill finally passed:
Medical Examiner Dr. H Wayne Carver had the power to get it passed… His office is now protected from any possible future or past “cover ups.” He could possibly even fake autopsy reports or the outcome of any autopsies that take place in his office.
In February 2012, the State M.E. Carver withdraws his resignation. It seems there was quite some corruption going on in the Chief Medical Examiner’s office.
Asst. M.E. charged with perjury
The Chiefs Medical Examiner’s top assistant Dr. Frank Evangelista, has been arrested in Massachusetts for allegedly lying about autopsy results in state court there.
DA: Conn. doctor’s trial testimony inconsistent
Massachusetts prosecutors have taken the highly unusual step of charging one of their own expert witnesses – a Connecticut state medical examiner – with perjury for what they allege are inconsistencies in his testimony in a murder case. In his indictment, it is alleged that Dr. Frank Evangelista,
“while testifying under oath, knowingly made two or more irreconcilably contradictory declarations, material to the point in question, which are inconsistent to the degree that one of them is necessarily false.”
Dr. H. Wayne Carver, Connecticut’s chief medical examiner, said the case is a personnel issue and that he could not comment on it.
It seems Connecticut is standing behind Dr. Frank Evangelista:
“I have reviewed additional material that makes me comfortable in our decision to keep him where he is while the Massachusetts matter takes its course,” said Fernow, professor of law and director of the Criminal Law Clinic at the UConn School of Law.
In his role as assistant to Chief Medical Examiner Dr. H. Wayne Carver II, Evangelista was paid $244,152 last year to perform autopsies on people who died under unusual or criminal circumstances.
State Medical Examiner Employee Jean Henry placed on administrative leave
Jean Henry has been placed on administrative leave after allegedly letting her husband look at Lanza’s body in the refrigerated room at the Farmington facility two days after the Dec. 14 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Arkady Katsnelson, an associate state medical examiner, is only the latest public official in Connecticut to slide down the slippery slope of ethics. He testified last week that he saw nothing wrong in selling his services to a private lawyer for $300, while on state time and using state property.
H. Wayne Carver II, the embarrassed chief medical examiner, suspended Dr. Katsnelson with pay pending an investigation. Will he be fired for compromising the integrity of state government and jeopardizing justice in a criminal case?
Apparently he retired: `He asked to be allowed to retire and I granted it,” Chief Medical Examiner Dr. H. Wayne Carver II said Thursday. Carver declined to discuss Katsnelson’s reasons for resigning, but said that the medical examiner was “very upset” about ending his 47–year career as a forensic pathologist this week.
In my research I stumbled upon a Civil Rights Case that was filed in Connecticut January 28th, 2013 by James Hilton against Dr. H. Wayne Carver and Dr. Katsnelson!
Latest news state that CT State Attorney Stephen Sedensky Indicates Other Possible Suspects in the Sandy Hook Elementary Shooting!
Connecticut State’s Attorney Stephen Sedensky has argued that unsealing warrants in the Sandy Hook case might:
“seriously jeopardize” the investigation by disclosing information known only to other “potential suspects.”
Stephen Sedensky also stated that unsealing the warrants would:
“identify persons cooperating with the investigation, thus possibly jeopardizing their personal safety and well-being.”
This is the first indication from state authorities that Adam Lanza may have not acted alone. The statement was made in support of a motion to continue the seal on the results of five search warrants for 90 more days.
“Judge John Blawie granted motions filed Wednesday by Danbury State’s Attorney Stephen Sedensky to extend the statutory sealing period for the five warrants, including three for the Yogonanda Street home where the 20-year-old Lanza fatally shot his mother, Nancy, four times in the face on the morning of Dec. 14. The judge’s order also covers the two other search warrants, for the 2010 Honda Civic Adam Lanza drove to the school and for Nancy Lanza’s 2009 silver BMW, which was parked in the garage attached to the home.”
If the order sealing the documents for 90 days had not been granted, the affidavits — along with an inventory of evidence seized by investigators — would be publicly available.
“The court finds that due to the nature and circumstances of this case and the ongoing investigation, the State’s interest in continuing nondisclosure substantially outweighs any right to public disclosure at this time,”
It seems Connecticut doesn’t want the public looking into anything…period.
Danbury- An attorney representing The News-Times is asking court officials to reconsider their decision to shield from public view the search warrant affidavits for the cars and home of Sandy Hook massacre gunman Adam Lanza and his mother.
Attorney Stephen Yuhan said in a letter sent to Judge John Blawie that the prosecutor gave no information about how the investigation would be compromised if the documents were released to the public.
“We feel strongly that it is in the public’s interest to know what’s in these documents,”
said Barbara T. Roessner, executive editor of Hearst Connecticut Media Group.
The News-Times was joined in the request by The New York Times, The Washington Post Co., The Associated Press, and The Journal News of Putnam, Westchester and Rockland counties in New York.
Danbury State’s Attorney Stephen Sedensky stated “The court considered our request to seal the warrants and decided that our request was appropriate,”
Attorney Stephen Yuhan argued that simply because a case is open and still under investigation doesn’t give law enforcement officials the right to seal the documents under state law.
“The plain language of (state law) … indicates than an open investigation, without more, is not sufficient grounds for continued sealing,”
Yuhan added there are several reasons why releasing the information would not hamper the investigation, including Sedensky’s own comments that no arrests in the case are anticipated. He also said the reason the state sought the search warrants is “neither secret” from the public “nor difficult to discern.”
While the school shooting is still an active case, State Police spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance said there was only one shooter: Adam Lanza, 20, who took his own life at the scene. “We aren’t looking for anybody else — for any other person,”
In another statement to the press LT Paul Vance stated:“It’s all these conspiracy theorists that are trying to mucky up the waters,”
What is going on in Newtown Connecticut??
We still have no Surveillance Video from the school.
We have no motive.
Corruption in Connecticut
Connecticut’s officialdom hasn’t responded decisively to evidence of misconduct or lawbreaking for some time. Ethical and moral ambivalence toward questionable behavior contributes to a climate of corruption. Some examples from the Land of Bad Habits:
Kiti Settachatgul, who was a lead state police forensic scientist at the time he moonlighted for Mr. Esposito’s family, which paid him $2,500. Mr. Settachatgul was slapped mildly with a three-day suspension for violating state police rules because he free-lanced in a criminal case. He should have been fired.
Joseph Mengacci broke state rules when he sought to become a Superior Court judge less than two years after heading the commission that recommended his selection. Yet the legislature’s Judiciary Committee rubber-stamped his confirmation and the state House approved it.
Another judicial nominee, James K. Robertson, was rubber-stamped by the Judiciary Committee, notwithstanding the glaring appearance of conflict. For years, state Homeland Security Director Vincent DeRosa, a friend of the governor’s, operated a used car dealership in violation of state police rules. Eventually, he was given the choice of giving up his dealership or retiring from his state job. He chose the latter.
What’s up with the mayors of Connecticut?
Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez, 51, a Democrat who today pleaded not guilty to charges of getting his bathroom remodeled for free by a city contractor, is at least the fifth city leader to be accused of bribery or other crimes in recent years. Gov. John G. Rowland, a Republican, served 10 months in federal prison a few years ago after admitting that he also took free home renovations, as well as trips to Las Vegas and Vermont.
Ernest Newton, a former Democratic state senator from Bridgeport, got five years in prison for taking a $5,000 bribe, among other things. And former GOP State Treasurer Paul Silvester served four years in prison for taking bribes and kickbacks to steer investments in the state pension fund.
Two Connecticut mayors are in prison at the moment — former Bridgeport Mayor Joseph Ganim, a Democrat, convicted of taking more than $500,000 in cash, meals and Oriental rugs as kickbacks and bribes, and former Waterbury Mayor Philip Giordano, a Republican serving 37 years for sexually abusing two girls.
The list of corruption in Connecticut is ENDLESS… I could write a book so to speak. I didn’t even touch the subject of what is going on with the churches or the St. Rose Of Lima School in Connecticut.
The cover up that is taking place within the main stream media, and again, the evidence of multiple shooters. View a summary on these points here.
A Bushwhacked Sheriff in Newtown – Loads of info and reference links!
Susan McGuiness Getzinger just spoke in detail to us about the corruption in Connecticut, her latest video she has send me includes the following video which will be my closing statement:
Gov. Malloy tells Susan McGuinness Getzinger 9 months before tragedy that he will look into school corruption.
He never responded in all those months