Dr. Chaisson would have been hired to perform an examination and autopsy, and report the findings to the PI team. People hired to do such things, must remain unbiased, whether they are hired by the province, or privately. It's the only way such evidence and findings will hold up in court, or be legitimate in any way. It would be sooo messy if "let me know what you find to support M/M" were to be said when they were hired. As deugirtni also said, I totally get having a critical eye when following these cases. I myself am always wearing that hat when analyzing statements and stories and plots. It's important to read between the lines and pay attention to the details and nuances of a case. But on this point, I have faith in the private team. I just can't believe that any of them would risk their careers, profession, legitimacy and reputation on corruption. These are extremely experienced professionals, in fact, more experienced than the LE team. I believe they want to get to the bottom of the truth. To add to that, the information just makes more sense to me. It fits. I pay no mind to the fact that the family felt they had to hire their own team. That doesn't make the findings false. They did what they had to do after being disappointed by the LE teams premature narrative. I would have done no different if I had the means.