Pathologists Now Believe Drug Runner Shooting of Deputy a Hoax
September 26, 2010
Arizona (ChattahBox Political News) – Jan Brewer is not the only one who may have been caught lying in order to stir up anger towards illegals as the immigration debate continues in Arizona. A deputy sheriff who claims he was shot by drug runners in the desert may have orchestrated a hoax, two pathologists have said.
Two different criminal pathologists – one Dr. Michael Baden from New York City and the other Dr. Werner Spitz of Detroit – have said that the account that was given by Pinal County Deputy Louie Puroll was obviously inaccurate, leading to questions as to what really happened that night.
According to Puroll, a gang of men who had a large amount of marijuana were chased through the desert, which led to a gun fight with more that met them with AK-47′s along the way. The deputy claims he was shot from several yards away, and the bullet grazed his back before the men fled.
But the angle and depth of the wound shows that the shot was fire from inches away, not feet. It is one of many discrepancies that have led to a closer investigation of the claims.
The story and shot seem to be part of a hoax by Puroll that he orchestrated to stir up tension in time for the vote on the controversial Arizona immigration bill.
Governor Jan Brewer has also been caught lying, and spent several months avoiding reporter’s questions about headless bodies she said were found in the Arizona desert. She refused to comment on whether or not it was a lie after police confirmed that no bodies were ever found. She later admitted that it has never happened.