Skip to comments.New Toxicology Report Suggests Actress Brittany Murphy May Have Been Poisoned
Posted on 11/19/2013 4:10:08 PM PST by Perdogg
A new toxicology report suggests rat poison may have killed actress Brittany Murphy.
Murphy died from pneumonia in 2009, according to the Los Angeles County Coroner. Her husband, 40-year-old Simon Monjack, also passed away from the same ailment five months later.
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This makes more sense than anything
This is really sad, she was really entertaining.
Hopefully, the government can fix this dilemma by arsenic-poisoning another LA County Coroner the way they killed Mich. l Cormier (LA County Coroner technician) the day they released the Breitbart autopsy report to the public.
County officials responsible for investigating suspicious deaths drop dead themselves all the time under mysterious circumstances.
Happens at least twice a day. Nothing to see here. Move along.
Seeking a low-cost substitute for Botox?
Just in time for her father’s book release.
Your county has 2 officials dropping dead, PER DAY???
At least. :)
Did I say per DAY?
I meant per HOUR.
Coroners always drop dead from arsenic poisoning during high profile cases.
It’s perfectly normal.
That would seem suspicious. lol
Yikes. I wonder why the country didn’t test for that at the time.
I really liked Britney Murhpy.
“I wonder why the country didnt test for that at the time.”
The g/f loves those “48 Hours” murder shows, so I semi-watch them with her. The sheer amount of incomplete or just plain shoddy investigative work (not) done at all levels of law enforcement would be comical if not for the seriousness of the crimes they fail at properly investigating.
“I really liked Britney Murphy.”
She was pretty good - very good in “Sin City”.
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