Tuesday, 11 March 2008


Somethings up fellas... Dr Silvano Sapeco has pulled off another media coup.
The forensic doctor who carved out the first notch of dishonesty in the Scarlett Keeling investigation.
He managed to get two stories published in The Navhind Times that patted his back for the con job. Yesterday The Navhind Times again published an idiotic editorial which not only patted the doc on his back, but also massaged his shoulders a bit...

And hats off to the doctors of the forensic department of the Goa Medical College who, keeping up their reputation of doing totally professional and impartial examinations, submitted the first autopsy report, which shattered the clearly dubious and premature statement about the cause of Scarlett’s death by the Anjuna police. (excerpt from the TNT editorial)

Herald's Monday issue also carried a story which took was extremely sympathetic to a doctor who missed out on more than 40 scars on Scarlett's body.
The latest is this foolish 'investigative story' which was broadcast on CNN-IBN which once again gives Dr Sapeco the clean chit.
What this story does is 'expose' that Scarlett was murdered, two whole days after the the second autopsy already confirmed that she was murdereed.
The buffoons.
Hats off to Dr Silavno for being able to sell them this story idea.
The story is so stupid that on the one hand it masks the face of the doc (looks like Dr Sapeco himself) giving the byte, but goes on to reveal the identity of the same doc in this paragraph.

In 2003, both the doctor and Nerlon Albuquerque were suspended over a similar incident, when a murder was reportedly made to look like a suicide.

What we think is... guys its fine to publish a point of view. But when the finger of suspicion is on the doc himself, you should ask him a few tough questions too.
The doc needs to answer
a) Why did he miss out on the majority of the scars on the girls body?
b) Why did he not jot his findings down on paper, instead of relying on an oral communication with the cops?
c) Why did he need to attach a supplementary autopsy report one day after the chief minister publicly announces a second autopsy?
d) Why did it take him more than two weeks to file that supplementary report?

The doc needs to be grilled guys. You are treading a fine line, when a source has his hands dirty in the same crime you are reporting. Question Dr Sapeco fellas, don't cuddle him.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree..the NT editorial is idiotic!

12 March 2008 at 15:35  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Man is that stupid

12 March 2008 at 17:08  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Minguel's post on Preetu Nair makes a very interesting reading. This lady had vanished from the Goa Journo scene for i believe two to three years. She did unruffle some feather with what Minguel refers to as a sexed up report. But she makes a rentry with Minguel's posting after a hiatus of two years. I remember reading her stories which she used to do with one Peter De souza which i believe was when Sujay Gupta was the Editor of GT. But once Derrick Almeida took over the purge started and this ladies story stopped appearing .I think she should now in Times of India learn one cardinal principle not to write anything on the Mandar Murder case as she did a terrible mistake of writing about the Mandar Surlakar Murder case in which Minguel Braganza nephew Ryan is allegedly involved the matter is still subjudice. Well let us watch some fun now with more muckracking in Goa media and more skeletons to tumble . Waiting eagerly to know how Preetu Nair is going to react.

12 March 2008 at 20:37  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When and where did Minguel post?

12 March 2008 at 22:20  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

On the question (a) of how Scarlet's wounds did not become visible during the first autopsy?

You (penpricks) are just perpetuating a lie that that injuries do not become more visible with the passage of time. This occurence has been explained in the local english papers in the last few days. They have explained how blood drains form the wounds making the wounds more pronounced.
This is well documented in forensics! (Please ask any forensics expert about this)

13 March 2008 at 00:49  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who was the doctor who did the medical examination of the minor girl who accused Arun Sinha, Editor,Navhind Times of molestation?I think once we know the answer the autoposy puzzle and the involvement of Navhind Times will be solved.

17 March 2008 at 08:08  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Robin Abreu had Philipinos in company. The present editor of Herald has got a NRI wife.
Can a NRI stay for such long in India and run a charity out in Goa.

17 March 2008 at 08:10  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

TNT, Dempos, Vaman, Arun Sinha, Sex, Philantrophy, more sex, plagiarism, even more sex, cover ups..... see a connection?

18 March 2008 at 09:16  

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