Monday, April 30, 2012

Breitbart's Coroner Dead

This is beginning to read like a Tom Clancy novel.
Something is definitely fishy.
Andrew Breitbart drops dead of a heart attack prior to a release of information regarding Obama's "history", and now Breitbart's coroner mysteriously dies as well... and seemingly from some sort of poisoning..

From Save America Foundation:
The coroner who did the autopsy, Michael Cormier from the Los Angeles County Coroners Office, told us about the heart attack in his released report, but there has always been an air of uncertainty especially among those of us that knew Breitbart.
Now, according to the Los Angeles Times, the coroner who was 61, was taken to the  Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in Burbank from his North Hollywood home and was in tremendous pain and vomiting before he died.  The hospital staff had suspicions about his death and notified the Los Angeles police department.  Foul play has not been ruled out and it appears that Cormier died from poisoning.  His deputy coroner has performed his autopsy but the results have not been released as they say they are waiting for toxicology results.
...The death of this particular coroner in a fairly unusual fashion as poison is not that common anymore as a cause of death, accounting for only about 80 deaths a day, mostly however from drug overdoses,  so it raises many questions.  Did the report on Andrew Breitbart that Cormier released tell the whole truth about the death and the causes of the heart attack?  If not, was Cormier killed for what he knew?   If so, by whom and who was involved and how high did those orders come from?  ...
Some sources for this story with the LA Times, who refused to let their names etc be known, have already stated that just because he had poison in his system, it could have just been an accident that it entered his body.  It seems premature for these people to be making these statements unless there is a major cover up going on. I do not trust this Government or the many agencies under its’ control and this to me, does not feel too far fetched that he was not killed for what he knew and did not publish just to cover up a murder of a popular conservative and patriotic reporter!
The LA Times also reported a story on this.

So who's next?

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