Mind reader... ;)
Wow. That was my first thought as well. I wonder if we will EVER know.
My thought too. Is this Breitbart related.
Ding ding ding!
Keystone Cops investigating this?
I went online to find the coroner report ( I wanted to know who signed it). It turns out that as of april 20th no coroner’s report had been released. It is due out within the next few weeks (supposedly). The toxicology report is the only thing that was released to date.
My very first thought...
Nut-job Conspiracy Theory Ping!
To get onto The Nut-job Conspiracy Theory Ping List you need to threaten to report me to the Admin if I dont add you to the list...
Me, too. And Kam Kuwata.
Arsenic poisoning isn’t fatal right away, and arsenic is the easiest of all poisons to detect with chemical tests.
So, not a good choice for a conspiracy-type killing.
If this guy’s death does have anything to do with Breitbart, it looks like his fellow employees are not cooperating with the game.
“I wonder if the deceased worked on the Breitbart matter.”
Unfortunately, that was my very first thought, too.
Arsenic? Work related...accidental (maybe rat poison,but you'd think the guy would know)...murder.Hmmmm.....
We share the same wave length.
I suspect RATS, since arsenic is often used to kill... rats.
April 20 (according to this article) - coroner taken to hospital and dies of arsenic poisoning
April 21 - LEAD coroner Craig Harvey (so there were apparently other coroners working on the case as well, though we don’t know who...) releases toxicology report on Andrew Breitbart. See http://www.mediaite.com/online/la-coronor-confirms-andrew-breitbarts-cause-of-death-heart-failure/
Says the final report is supposed to come out “next week”. Says no prescription or illicit drugs were detected (that absence WOULD be the case for a heart attack dart but would NOT be the case if he was being treated for heart disease as reported adamantly by his friends after the first reports of his father-in-law saying he knew of no heart condition.
Also says alcohol level was negligible, which means that it wouldn’t explain his bright red color either. See http://www.google.com/url?q=http://sgtreport.com/2012/04/andrew-breitbarts-autopsy-report-lacks-important-answers-and-raises-more-questions/&sa=U&ei=8-maT43UJ-eq2gWl_pSMDw&ved=0CCoQFjAE&usg=AFQjCNH6B8jDkic89erfBQ63schrv6oNew
Said no “significant trauma” was present (a heart attack dart would leave “no significant trauma”) and no foul play is suspected. (Which is what you’d expect the coroner’s office to report if somebody in their office was killed by arsenic poisoning just the day before your findings were to be released...)
yup that was my first thought too....
one week ago... why the delay in reporting?
it was just a week ago they released that Brietbart died of heart failure
get the ‘official’ statement then clean up any loose ends?
I’m always suspicious of any coroner whose first name isn’t Morty!