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shooting part 1 - from a nemorrnage causeu uy MURDER NOT SUICIDE...
from a nemorrnage causeu uy MURDER NOT SUICIDE IN BROWNTOWN CASE Rosarlo Morreall Sliot by Person or Persona Unknown to Them, Claims Coroner's Jury. Evidence given last evening before the coroner's jury, in the cae of Rosario Morreali, who was discovered dead on Saturday night last, near the' Browntown picnic park, Inducer! them to return the finding that the Ita'.ian was shot by another and had not shot himself. Suicide, In terror of pursueis after he had shot into a crowd, was the story first given out. Murder, by some one of an Infuriated party was the indication from the evidence offered last evening. Nothing of a startling character, and no really new evidence was given by Joseph Butler or Charles Scott, both of whom were shot, or by John Golden or James Connors, who reside near the picnic grounds. Chas. and Michael Colando, brothers, who were in company of Rosario Morreall, advanced a new story as to how the tragedy started. But it was the results of the physician's physician's autopsies that convinced the Jury that the bullet wound, which the doctors' testified was doubtless the cause of death, was not self inflicted. Dr. McGInty, of this city, performed an autopsy on Sunday afternoon at the Burns morgue. Deputy Coroner Lewis Smith, a state trooper and one or two more were present. Dr. E. Deantonio and Dr. Charles Thompson, Thompson, of Scranton, performed an autopsy autopsy on Monday in the home of the deceased's sister, at Browntown. This was made at the request of F. Tiscar, of Scranton, the Italian consul for this section. Dr. Deantonio is a graduate graduate of one of the best schools of medicine in Italy and is a licensed practitioner in this state. Dr. Thompson Thompson is proprietor of the private hospital hospital in Scranton bearing his name. The two surgeons iMcGinty and Deantonio differed materially as to the course of the bullet. They agreed in this, that it would have been extremely extremely difficult and awkward for a man to himself hold a revolver and pull the trigger so that the ball would take the particular course that each maintained it did. Dr. McGinty said that the bullet had entered at the edge of the upper lip, Just to the left of the center and, piercing an artery, came out at the right ear.. Death re - I tne cut ariery. ne imu UIL t Via the skin of the scalp in the rear, but

Clipped from Pittston Gazette24 Jul 1909, SatPage 5

Pittston Gazette (Pittston, Pennsylvania)24 Jul 1909, SatPage 5
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