Monday, July 16, 2012

Death Of A Doctor

As noted in the first article shown here (which is taken from, Lubbock pathologist Dr. Joseph Sonnier III was recently found shot to death in his home. Apparently, the death was a homicide and there are no suspects at this time.

The second article here, which is from, tells about the shooting deaths of Becky and Fermin Gallegos and their dog. These deaths occured two years ago (almost to the day!) in Fredericksburg, Texas (which is located here in Central Texas). A copy of Mrs. Gallego's obituary from the Fredericksburg Standard is also included.

The important connection between these two fatal shooting incidents is that Becky Gallegos is the ex-wife of Dr. Sonnier.

I never believed the deaths of the Gallegos to be murder-suicide as ruled. I now believe all of the killings are in fact related homicides. I find it interesting that the Lubbock account makes no mention of the Fredericksburg deaths. I also find it interesting that a current Fredericksburg pathologist with close ties to my ex-husband also has strong ties to Lubbock.

Pathologists are one of the first lines of defense against potential cover-ups of suspicious deaths. It doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure out that a pathologist and his former wife might have knowledge of such cover-ups and might possibly be silenced as a result.

Update: An alleged hit man and the plastic surgeon alleged to have hired him have been arrested for the murder of the pathologist. This is the same case above where the first reports said there were no suspects.

These sudden arrests are very convenient as far as distracting attention away from the Fredericksburg connection and, as far as I know, do nothing to explain it.


Anonymous said...

Taken with other material published elsewhere in this blog, it would seem that covering up suspicious deaths, and possibly also systematically disposing of corpses in order to avoid awkward questions, or at least avoid giving any answer to awkward questions, has become an industry in Central Texas.

Anonymous said...

Disposing of bodies without full autopsy or investigation also aids the trade in human tissue, required for various "treatments" some of which are pure quackery and fraudulent.

One of the things a pathologist does, is document how much of the body is still there and the weight of the organs etc.

Tricky, if some have already been hacked out and sold.

Anonymous said...

They can just make it like Alabama where no autopsy is required. Many times people are taken just over the Florida line .... (ray lemme bush brothers)

Anonymous said...

Ah. The double take down. First they silence the participants and then they rid themselves of some other pesky folks. We're like chess pieces to them. I have completely traced my own stalking down to the local pigs who are causing it. I now actually know more about them than they know about themselves I think (tampa to texas) Also found many more Tampa/Texas ties.