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To: Boogieman

As I mentioned I have seen car fires but most of them are not caused by collisions and even in very bad collisions, including where engines are ripped apart fires are not common. There is more to this than just a suspicious fire though, this is a person that said that he was being investigated for a big story he was about to break. Added to that, the city decided to cremate the body despite the families formal request for a autopsy. When taken at face value this seems like an unlikely set of coincidences.


49 posted on 07/25/2013 6:33:26 PM PDT by Durus (You can avoid reality, but you cannot avoid the consequences of avoiding reality. Ayn Rand)
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To: Durus

“As I mentioned I have seen car fires but most of them are not caused by collisions and even in very bad collisions, including where engines are ripped apart fires are not common.”

I’m going to trust the conclusions of the people who collect the statistics on these things nationwide, rather than your, or my, subjective and limited experience.

“There is more to this than just a suspicious fire though, this is a person that said that he was being investigated
for a big story he was about to break.”

No, he claimed the FBI was questioning his friends (I don’t think anyone else has actually come forward and confirmed that claim), and he also claimed he was onto a big story. He didn’t actually connect those two things in his statement.

“Added to that, the city decided to cremate the body despite the families formal request for a autopsy.”

That’s unfortunate, but what is it evidence of? Government screws up? Or that intelligence agencies take city workers into their confidence for top secret assassination plans?

“When taken at face value this seems like an unlikely set of coincidences.”

Not really seeing it, but even if that is true, it only proves that there is an unusual set of coincidences, not that anyone was assassinated. I’m sure I could look into nearly anyone’s death, and if I scrutinized it closely enough, I could find some unlikely coincidences. That’s just how the human mind works. When we are suspicious, we can easily find fuel for our suspicions anywhere we look.


54 posted on 07/26/2013 6:30:36 AM PDT by Boogieman
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