viernes, 28 de enero de 2011

GRAPHICS: Tiroteando a Gabrielle Giffords, ¿por la frente o por la espalda?

Un clásico de las noticias de última hora.
El tiro en la cabeza.
Aquí, algunos ejemplos del recibido por Gabrielle Giffords en Arizona.
Hasta hace unos días se hablaba que el tiro se lo dieron por la espalda, ahora parace que fue por delante. Confusión total. HOUSTON, TENEMOS UN PROBLEMA.
Se agradece colaboración.





The New York Times
9 de enero de 2011
Zona izquierda del cerebro, entrada desde la parte posterior del cráneo y salida por el frente.






En este vídeo se cambia la primera versión, la bala entró por la frente.
12 de enero de 2011







Versión del Arizona Daily Star
21 de enero de 2011
Entrada por la frente.

'The bullet went in through the front of her head, just above her left eye, and exited through the back, doctors say. The bullet's trajectory stayed in the left hemisphere and did not cross through the brain's geometric center'.


Entrance and exit wounds, especially in a through and through, are easily distinguishable. And it goes to show he was using regular ball rounds not hollow points, if he used anything other than ball rounds (full metal jacket) she would look like John Kennedy. This is being covered-up as you read this. Bullet Trajectory does not change suddenly after 2 days, furthermore where are these "police videos" she spoke of? Why haven't they been released.....unless they have to go through them first and make sure they don't get caught for doing this.....








The Globe and Mail

La teoría de este gráfico es que el tiro le entra por el ojo izquierdo.
Sí le atravesó el hemisferio izquierdo.







CBS.
Le pegó el tiro en en hemisferio izquierdo del cerebro, entrando la bala por la parte posterior. Aquí, sin trayectoria.







Interactivo The Washington Post.

El tiro por delante.







En esta versión, el tiro por detrás.






Channel 4
Cabeza de humano masculino en perspectiva.
Trayectoria de la bala en horizontal. Aquí, le entró por la oreja.
La silueta del daño potencial no enseña nada.









Arizona Daily Star
Por la espalda.








AllVoices

Efectivamente, todos los tiros que cruzan el cerebro son fatales, tanto si entran por el lateral como por el frontal.











BBC.co.uk

Limpio y claro, pero se podía haber puesto la trayectoría en la imagen principal.
Sobraría una cabeza. Entrada por detrás.











Reuters
Perfecto, pero la trayectoría final parece ser la contraria.









Pieza interactiva de The Guardian.

Por la espalda.








The Washington Post.
Gran análisis del cerebro.
Muy tímida trayectoria, por la espalda.
Saludos a Alberto, ¿cuál es vuestra versión final?.











Daily News
Sin complejos.
Todo un flechazo.




Los partes médicos de UMC no dan los detalles.

Media Briefing regarding U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords
2011
University Medical Center
Tucson, Arizona


Peter Rhee, MD, MPH, medical director of University Medical Center’s Trauma and Critical Care, and professor of surgery at the University of Arizona College of Medicine Department of Surgery, spoke at a media briefing regarding U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords and other patients who were admitted to the Level 1 trauma center.

UMC received 11 patients; five are in critical condition, five are in serious condition and a nine-year old child died.

UMC neurosurgeons completed the surgery on Representative Giffords, who was listed in critical condition following a single gunshot to the head. The congresswoman was recovering from surgery in the hospital’s intensive care unit.

“I am as optimistic as I can be at this point about the congresswoman’s condition. We will watch her recovery during the next 24 hours and will know more,” said Dr. Rhee.

Tucson Mayor Bob Walkup said, “This is a grave tragedy for our community, the state of Arizona and our country.” He called this a time of prayer for the people who are fighting for their lives and their family members. He has instructed the chief of the Tucson Police Department to cooperate completely with the investigation that is under way led by the Pima County Sheriff’s Department.

Roberto Villaseñor, Tucson chief of police, and Walkup asked the media to verify information with sources from University Medical Center and the Pima County Sheriff’s Department, which has scheduled a media briefing for 6 p.m. today at Westward Look Resort in Tucson. Media are asked to verify the briefing time and location with the Pima County Sheriff Department.

Robert Shelton, PhD, president of the University of Arizona, acknowledged the work not only of the public safety officers, but also the staff of UMC, including Dr. Rhee and his entire team'.




Al parecer, todavía no se sabe exactamente la trayectoria.
Por ello, The Washington Post decidió dejar su última versión así.
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