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let's desperately grasp at straws and ignore that the FRONT of his neck (you know, the part that holds the vocal cords and other parts that give the ability to speak) is CLEARLY visible and has no blood or lacerations whatsoever.

Then let's deflect to some other irrelevant issue about a "friend's statement," when the issue at hand was that the STORY was told that he received injuries to his throat that left him unable to speak and having to write out his statements.

Nice try.