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THE CASE OF THE DROWNING MEN


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“With regard to Patrick McNeill, we have a young man who is found [with] a blood alcohol level of 0.16. Probably a third of that is postmortem putrefaction…a relatively low level of alcohol. There's no way in the world that this man then is accidentally going to fall into a body of water, [and] I’m saying that the fly larvae have been laid in the groin area. It's an indoor fly—could not have been an outdoor fly―it was an indoor fly. And the larvae were there, did not move ahead into the later stage. So we have a body that was already dead before it was placed in the water…I would call it a homicide, yes.”  Dr. Cyril Wecht, renowned Forensic Pathologist
"Circumferentially around the neck there is a pattern which consists of numerous vertical lines evenly spaced (1/16") around his neck as if to suggest some type of binding." from the McNeill autopsy report by Dr. Charles Hirsch, then Chief Medical Examiner for the city of New York
“Yes, regarding that particular case in New York, that certainly does sound like it was a homicide.” Candice Delong, career FBI Profiler, speaking of Patrick McNeill’s drowning
“Patrick's death was not an accidental drowning. He was stalked, abducted, held for an extended period of time, murdered, and disposed.” Kevin Gannon, NYPD homicide detective investigating the McNeill case since 1997