that was a very interesting post and your comments on the wound and the hole in the windshield are similar to experts we (opposition) have spoken to. You obviously know something about what gunshot wounds look like.
I think that you would be interested in seeing my film. I can make a post to the forum and people on this forum living near or in Taipei can tell me I’m a nut bag to my face.
I’m glad to see my posts spark some more debate on this issue.
I can address most of the arguments from the Pan Green side of things in detail later, but I can make a few points right now.
First of all, there’s a lot ways to look at this case.
I’ve looked at the “mountain” of evidence that the Police Bureau has provided, and in my opinion, to prove that the shooting was staged, one does not need to disprove point by point all the evidence provided by the government. Because if the evidence provided doesn’t deal directly with the real and important issues surrounding the case, then why spend the time to pick apart all that stuff they have offered?
If you’re more familiar with the case, you’ll know that the wound, the clothing, and the bullet don’t match up very well. When the opposition has asked Dr. Henry Lee, people on his team, the government to answer some specific issues, they can’t really give a reasonable response.
As far as the so called shooter is concerned, the evidence provided by the government is essentially pushing the case in another direction rather than addressing the real issue. The real issue is whether or not Chen was shot by that lead bullet supposedly found in his jacket after he walked into the hospital and the bullet didn’t fall down for some reason.
If it isn’t well established that the lead bullet in question went through all 3 articles of his clothing at the same time and created a wound 2 cm deep, 11 cm long, and has apparent burning marks in it (it was later established that bullets are not hot enough to burn skin), then what is the point of going after the bullet, the casings that were found under a double parked car almost 3 hours after the incident supposedly occurred and the police were not interested in sealing off the scene to secure the evidence and to look for suspects?
You see, Dr. Henry Lee and Police Commissioner Hou You-Yi pushed the investigation in the direction of the bullet and casing without establishing in a satisfactory manner whether Chen’s wound really has anything to do with that lead bullet in the first place.
Therefore, to match the bullet, casing, and the supposed gun with the gunmaker and this supposed shooter is like writing a separate story that doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with the real issue at hand.
Which is whether Chen was hit by that lead bullet.
Not to mention whether or not Lu was hit by that particular copper bullet, and whether a slow moving copper bullet can penetrate a glass windshield at that angle and hit her knee straight on like Dr. Lee pointed has laser.
I’m going to attempt to translate the 319 Truth Committe report into English which does use scientific arguments to assert that the lead bullet in question did not create the wound on Chen’s belly. Of course the government has their own evidence saying that it is possible for someone to be shot like that and create that kind of wound.
It will be difficult for us ordinary people to be a good judge of what is a gunshot wound and what is not.
Therefore, I have used a common sense approach in my film that ordinary people can understand.
Here’s a good website that followed the 319 case and the election drama.
This writer followed up on all the issues and it should give plenty of ammunition to some of the posters on this forum.