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1. Jeffrey Alan Lash dies on or around July 4'th, this year, yet his bod remains undiscovered for two weeks.
2. A high profile defense attorney, Harlan Braun, is hired by a woman, one Catherine Nebron, who claims to be his fiancee. She tells the attorney that Lash died two weeks prior, and he contacts the police to report the dead body.
3. The body apparently sat in a parked car, on a street in an affluent neighborhood, for the two weeks, unnoticed, or at least unreported.
4. The police trace the at-that=time unidentified body to a nearby home, wherein they locate more than 1,200 assorted high-end weapons - handguns, rifles, shotguns - and what is at that time estimated to be at least two tons of ammunition. The police spend days removing these items, stating that this was done to prevent them from being stolen from the home.
5. Lash was known to neighbors as simply "Bob", or "Bob Smith", and neighbors claimed he told them he worked for some government agency, such as the FBI or CIA, and also that he said he cold teach them some defense moves. He reportedly kept to himself.
6. After the initial report of death, which included only the dead man, the weapons and ammo, the fiancee's story hits the news, in part. She claims, through her attorney, that Lash told her he worked for a government agency, and that said agency had been following him recently. She stated that Lash got too hot, and that she and two others, unnamed, tried to cool him down with ice, but he died. She claimed further that she left the body in the car because she assumed said agency would take care of his body. She then proceeded to take a two-week trip to Oregon.
7. Further updates on the guns and ammo up the ammo amount to 6.5 tons.
8. Meanwhile, another woman, Dawn VadBunker, is reported missing by her adopted parents. she was adopted a couple of years ago, as an adult, is 39 years old, with two grown children, and lives with her adopted parents. She left to meet her boss on July 3'rd, planning to return home to help with a 4'th of July party, but didn't show up. Instead, they received a text from her phone, telling them she planned to be gone a couple more days. When she didn't show, or answer attempts to contact her by phone, and the parents couldn't reach her boss, either, they reported her missing. On July 15'th, police in Oregon spot her car, and make contact at a motel. They have her contact the police back in California, but she doens't contact her parents. She still hasn't done so.
9. The missing woman's boss is Catherine Nebron. Also, VadBunker is apparently one of the other two people present at the time of Lash's death.
10. VadBunker's mother, Laure VadBunker, reports that her daughter claims Lash was, along with working for various government agencies, an alien-human hybrid, here to protect the earth. We are told that both Dawn VadBunker and Catherine Nebron believe this. Braun, the attorney, then states that Nebron claims Lash told her to leave his body in one of his vehicles, claiing that he told her one of the agencies would take care of him.
11. Lash also owned at least fourteen vehicles, set up for combat, maybe, and all sorts of terrains, including one for underwater, or maybe just amphibious. Some of the vehicles aren't accounted for.
12. Police located $230,000 in cash in the home, which Nebron claims she didn't know existed.
13. There are apparently some storage units still waiting to be searched.
14. To date, the body, stated to be Lash, has not officially been identified, nor has an official cause of death been stated. It has been stated that he was in the late stages of some sort of cancer.
15. To date, the police claim there is no suspicion of foul play. Neither Nebron or VadBunker has been arrested, and the third person remains unnamed.
originally posted by: threeeyesopen
a reply to: Atsbhct
If only I weren't so tired I feel I could have/should have come to that conclusion.
Kudos to you however for finding a very plausible scenario where that does indeed make some sense.
originally posted by: soekvg
a reply to: In4ormant
Because reporters are paid to go out and find things their superiors tell them to.
In this case they were paid to go out and find stuff out of the ordinary.
When hurricane sandy hit here on the east coast a news reported got fired for reporting only "optimistic" and "happy" stories as she couldn't find any people who were cynical or grossly negative at the time. So she got fired for not reporting what her superiors told her to go look for- hopelessness, chaos, doom & gloom.
It's all part of the big scheme of things trickled down from people in control. It's to ensure our society develops along the paths at which the powers that be desire.
originally posted by: JamesCarrot
a reply to: MoreBeer
There not as uncommon as the article makes them out to be. You can buy a kit for your car. I dont know how they work but basically its a pipe that allows air to get to the engine. If the top of the pipe goes underwater then the car wont run.
originally posted by: Bloodydagger
He had multiple vehicles. Some of which, were still brand new and never driven yet. He also had a large portion of guns that were still in the box brand new and not opened yet.
This isn't your regular every day gun collecting nut here.
originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: Bloodydagger
Dead guy rotting in car, no big deal. Dead guy with a large gun collection, spin, spin, spin…
Its not illegal to collect firearms.
believed him when he told her that he worked as an undercover operative for multiple unnamed government agencies
Lash told Nebron that he had been exposed to nerve-damaging chemicals on a mission and his condition was worsening.
Lash told Nebron the government agencies would take care of his body and the items in the home, so Nebron and her friends took a trip to Oregon, distraught.