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Dixon Man on Crusade for Justice
In November of 1997, Alan Yurko, a two and
a half month old baby, died just three days after being admitted to Princeton
Hospital in Florida. His father, Alan R. Yurko, was subsequently arrested, tried,
and convicted by a jury in 1999, sentenced to spend his life plus ten years
in prison. During the course of the appeal process, which is still underway,
Dr. Al-Bayati became involved, utilizing his toxicological and pathological
expertise to examine the evidence upon which Yurko’s conviction was based,
and what Al-Bayati discovered horrified him.
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RAT POISON KILLED YURKO 'SHAKEN BABY'
A pathologist has uncovered
evidence that 'shaken baby' Alan Yurko was killed by medical staff who massively
overdosed the infant with the drug Heparin, only hours before he died. His father
by the same name is imprisoned in Florida for shaking him causing hemorrhage
and death. Heparin is a blood anti-coagulant very similar to Warfarin --a poison
which kills rats by internal hemorrhaging.
Dr. Mohammed Al-Bayati, a California-based expert toxicology witness, discovered in the course of his 250 hour review of the medical records, that the dose of Heparin was 8.8 times the level appropriate for the premature infant's meager body weight. His just-issued report concludes that Heparin caused severe subdural bleeding in the brain and spinal cord and minor bleeding in one eye, as well as other effects.
Mohammed Ali Al-Bayati
Ph.D., D.A.B.T., D.A.B.V.T.
Toxicologist and Pathologist
150 Bloom Dr.
Dixon, CA 95620
Tel: (707) 678-4484
Fax: (707) 678-8505