Asked if she had an opinion of the courts' rulings, medical examiner Dr. Lisa J. Kohler said, "Yes." She declined to say what that opinion was.
Whether any of these events have anything to do with the delay in Vermont getting Macadam Mason's autopsy report from NH is anyone's guess. Taser International has contacted at least some of the officials involved. The Vermont Attorney General's office and the Vermont State Police won't comment. The NH Medical Examiner's office says that Taser hasn't influenced them. The NH Attorney General's office refers inquiries to the Vermont Attorney General and other NH officials refers autopsy questions to the Vermont State Police. The Vermont State Police won't comment beyond saying that, when it gets the autopsy report, it will forward copies to the Attorney General and to the Orange County State's Attorney Office, which has primary jurisdiction, since Mason died in Thetford in Orange County.