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Originally posted by Arcane Demesne
Didn't Gillmor say that the Market will crash, or else certain investors will lose billions? Isn't this also what Ron Paul was saying? I've never heard of this Paul Gillmor, but if he uncovered a hornets nest, I fear the next attack might be on Ron Paul, as he's one of the leading advocates for cutting The Fed down to size. Let alone the fact that he's running for president. But yeah, the way the press keeps changing their story from 'heart attack' to 'blunt injury' to 'falling down stairs', without autopsy seems fishy enough. Poopy. Why is our damned government so evil?!
[edit on 9/13/2007 by Arcane Demesne]
It was unclear what precipitated the fall. The medical examiner performed toxicology tests as a part of the autopsy. The results of those tests were not released.
Then last Wednesday, Congressman Paul Gillmor (R-OH) was found dead in his home.
Gillmor was investigating a series of option trades that are suspicious- someone is betting billions of dollars that the market will fall 50% by September 21st. Link
Originally posted by OBE1
The only [somewhat] detailed information I can find linking Rep. Gillmor to the options deal comes from a questionable looking (yellow journalism?) site called Big Head DC?...and then this. If there's anything to this story, hopefully a journalist with credibility & cajones will break-it. Yeah, I know...Snipe Hunt.
The Code of Virginia classifies any information regarding a medical examiner case as confidential and allows the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner to release only the cause and manner of death after the medical examiner’s office has completed its investigation of the case. This information may be obtained from the Medical Examiner District Office that handled the case.
Originally posted by diedagaincraftsmen
As far as faking a heart attack, what about epinephrine ? I am pretty sure this would not show on toxicology reports and if he was to call for help they will give him more epinephrine which would assure his death and cover the chemical if ever tested for it after death. I am unaware if adrenaline would show anything unnatural if that would even be tested for in an autopsy.
just a thought