Saturday, June 15, 2013


Excited Delirium Deaths!
By Nick Ashton, Founder, CEO,
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Taser contributed to death, inquest hears
Collingwood Enterprise Bulletin
Pollanen also dismissed any role that Excited Delirium could have caused in Firman's death, noting that while Firman was agitated at the time, it could not be considered to play a role. At several points during his testimony, he cast doubt on the ...
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Taser key factor in mentally ill man's death, top pathologist tells inquest
Edmonton Journal
One possibility the chief forensic pathologist largely dismissed was a
suggestion Firman could have died from a syndrome known as "excited delirium," which is sometimes cited as a cause of death in people using cocaine or those with severe mental illness.
Autopsy report on Gregg County Jail inmate released
Longview News-Journal
An autopsy report released Friday on the death of a Gregg County Jail inmate determined Bobby Joe Madewell Jr. died of excited delirium and restraint. The coroner also noted Madewell, 51, suffered from vascular disease and had other health issues.


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