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ElsaTopic starter

What's in a Name?
April 27, 2010, 02:15:48 PM
There are names in this story with perfect anagrams like
Nenita Malibiran = A Liberian Tinman
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and others with readable anagrams like
Elissa Fleak = lie(ss) al fake or lies al fakes
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So is the Coroner’s Report  Fake– all lies?

There is evidence Elissa Fleak exists You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

If she is a real investigator and she wrote the report we’ve seen, she seems to have forgotten a really important part of her job.  She recorded the temperature of the hospital room but not the decedent’s body You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

A Coroner Investigator Trainee in LA learns to record body temperature  
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probably because body temperature gives the best indication of time of death. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login.

Mmmmm seems kind of important.  There must be a standard checklist for the investigator to work through.  How likely is it that an investigator forgot to record and report body temperature?  

So does E Fleak = Le fake?

 :?:
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Re: What's in a Name?
April 27, 2010, 02:39:39 PM
interesting thought
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ElsaTopic starter

Re: What's in a Name?
April 28, 2010, 12:58:28 PM
More anagrams -

The Anesthesiology Consultant who reported on propofol sedation is
Selma Calmes = A calmless me

Three lines above her signature is the statement, ‘Anesthesiologists would also comment on the presence of other sedative drugs in the toxicology screen.’ (p. 2 Anesthesiology Consultation). You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login  

Would they?  

So who needed these instructions and why weren’t they deleted from the finished document?
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ElsaTopic starter

Re: What's in a Name?
May 05, 2010, 09:39:32 PM
Anything odd about the name Doctor Conrad Robert Murray.

‘Dr Murray’ is in Smooth Criminal (Radio Edit) and the Smooth Criminal rehearsal scenes in TII.  
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The episode is in several parts here You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

Can Doctor Conrad Murray be the combined name from these two sources by accident?  

Then there’s Robert.  With Robert as a second name Doctor is hidden within  
c o n r a d  r o b e r t m u r r a y

Other hoax words in the name are robbery, murder, Dome, O2 arena, ER, coroner, bury me and court.  

To anyone who still thinks Dr Murray is real - how many hoax words are in your name?
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Re: What's in a Name?
May 05, 2010, 11:01:13 PM
Quote from: "Elsa"
O2 arena

To anyone who still thinks Dr Murray is real - how many hoax words are in your name?


O2 Arena..? Where is there a two?
But you´re right! Too much of a "coincidence" :)
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ElsaTopic starter

Re: What's in a Name?
May 06, 2010, 08:26:25 AM
There are two O's     Ox2 = O2
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