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PRAVIN VARUGHESE BOMBSHELL: BLUNT FORCE TRAUMA TO THE HEAD

Posted by on Friday, May 30th, 2014 @ 5:23 pm.

JACKSON CO., (CARBONDALE) Ill. ---Just when public officials began questioning the ineptitude of Carbondale police and the county coroner, along comes evidence to prove beyond a doubt that there should be more than just "questioning."

Pravin Varughese

Pravin Varughese

Monica Zukas, of Monster Radio WGGH's RealityCheck in Marion, has conducted an interview with Varughese family attorney Charles Stegmeyer concerning the Harvard-educated, Chicago-area forensic pathologist the family of deceased Southern Illinois University-Carbondale student Pravin Varughese hired, and this pathologist has dropped a bombshell on the investigation into Pravin's death: the 19-year-old suffered blunt force trauma to the head, something no one in Jackson County has bothered to point out.

Regular readers will know who Pravin is, and the circumstances surrounding his disappearance February 12, the discovery of his body in a wooded area behind Kohl's and Buffalo Wild Wings in Carbondale a week later, and the gyrations the Carbondale police department (headed by chief Jody O'Guinn), coroner Tom Kupferer and state's attorney Mike Carr have gone through in order to discredit the Varughese family in their quest for answers to Pravin's death. Now, listen to Monica's interview here...and tell us what you think.

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4 Comments for “PRAVIN VARUGHESE BOMBSHELL: BLUNT FORCE TRAUMA TO THE HEAD”

  1. Concerned

    With SIU being located in Carbondale, the elected officials are a representation of all of Southern Illinois because, unlike other towns, people from all the surrounding towns commute to Carbondale to shop, work and attend school. This case, along with Molly Young’s case are a disgrace to all of Southern Illinois; therefore we all should be demanding justice. Also, if the elected and appointed officials can’t honor their oath of office they should resign or a recall election be started!

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