“Gun Death” James Brady

Ok this story REEKS of Political Grandstanding

A Virginia medical examiner has ruled the death of former White House press secretary James Brady a homicide resulting from the 1981 assassination attempt against President Ronald Reagan, a Washington police spokesman said on Friday.

Now 73 is a bit young, and Mr. Brady’s partial paralysis probably did shorten his life, it DOES sound like we’re splitting hairs. From an article about Gabby Gifford’s injuries:

Giffords could regain much of her normal function through rehabilitative therapy, say doctors. Brady’s story is instructive; he initially lost all function in his left arm and most of the function in his left leg, and had difficulty controlling his emotions during speech. “He would kind of cry-talk for a while,” says Kobrine. Brady also had memory and thinking deficits, such as problems recognizing people. But 30 years after the shooting, he can walk and has regained almost all of his prior speech and cognitive function, says Kobrine.

Further I have not read what Jim Brady’s actual cause of death was, and certainly the article calling it a “Gun Death” doesn’t give any more insight. They must have their blood to dance in, even when it is over 30 years after the shot was fired.


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6 Responses to “Gun Death” James Brady

  1. The_Jack says:

    The cynic in me notes that this story hit just after the original story of Mr. Brady’s passing was fading from the news cycle.

  2. Old NFO says:

    Yep, +1 on The Jack… And dancing in the blood is right!

  3. Cargosquid says:

    They can’t use him to raise money unless he’s dead by a gun.
    He won’t be a martyr to the cause unless its a homicide.

  4. Linoge says:

    Oh come on Weer’d, you know the blood-dancers wouldn’t pass up the opportunity to add another “gun death” to the list…

  5. Maxwell says:

    Commenter @ TWOG:” Is this (homicide) count 2 for Hinckley? Wouldn’t count 1 be Reagan’s death?”

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