paragraph of Chapter 3, from:
A Voice for the Dead: A Forensic Investigator's Pursuit of
the Truth in the Grave.
By James Starrs
with Katherine Ramsland.
(G.P.Putnam’s Sons, 2005.)
E. Starrs is David B. Weaver Research Professor of Law and Professor of
Forensic Sciences at The George Washington University, Washington D.C.,
and Distinguished Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences.
And the documentary evidence from 1953 demonstrates a concerted pattern
of concealment and deception on the part of those persons and agencies
most closely associated with—and most likely to be accountable for—a
homicide most foul in the death of Dr. Olson. And the steeled reluctance
to be honest, forthright and candid by persons with knowledge of the occurrence
on matters pivotal to the question of homicide or suicide bespeaks an
involvement more sinister than mere unconcern, arrogance or even negligence.
The confluence of scientific fact and investigative fact points unerringly
to the death of Frank Olson as being a homicide, deft, deliberate and
the whole chapter.