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Ashley Turton, director of congressional affairs for Progress Energy, was found dead in a burning car Monday morning in Washington, Politico reports. Turton's husband is White House deputy director of House legislative affairs, Dan Turton.
According to the Washington Post, "a preliminary investigation indicated that the car crashed into the garage of a home in the 800 block of A Street SE."
Roll Call reports that neighbors say the fire started at approximately 5:00 AM. "[Metropolitan Police Lt. Nicholas] Breul said fire officials were at the scene two minutes after neighbors dialed 9
Turton was the wife of Daniel A. Turton, 43, the White House's deputy director of legislative affairs for the U.S. House. As such, he is President Obama's point man on legislation moving through the House.
“There were some unusual circumstances – just the way the car was, low-speed, significant fire, things like that….For the most part, the fire was confined to the area of origin.”
Originally posted by OneLife
Hmm.. Lotta Government officials are being attempted/killed off these days.. Coincidence? Perhaps. A sign that something's up and people are wanting to tell the 'public' only to get killed in the process? Probably.
Originally posted by chiponbothshoulders
Hmmmmm?,it seems we may be seeing a pattern emerging here.
We will have to watch and see over the next week or so.
Looks like we may have reached a tipping point,where people do more than just talk about things,and start acting on them.
Originally posted by boondock-saint
whistle blowers submitting gov secrets to
a CIA controlled wikileaks will get you
Assassinating people and making
it look like an accident is typical
CIA Protocol and Method of Operation.
Originally posted by didact
A source familiar with the incident, speaking on the condition of anonymity because it is still under investigation, said the SUV was "about seven-eighths of the way" into the garage and was stopped "at a weird angle." He said the vehicle was heavily damaged by fire, but said he could not discuss the condition of the body.
Picture of vehicle and victim...