posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 09:18 PM
He worked in the L.A. coroner's office. You have to wonder (whether or not he was directly involved with Breitbart's autopsy), did he overhear
something? Did he see something? Did he have a difference of opinion with the official report. We will probably never know, but ask yourself....do
coroners or forensic technicians drop dead of poisoning that often? Is it just a coincidence that he died the very day the "official" results of
Breitbart's death were to be announced?
I have to wonder if he might have intended to make his own statement or opinion public. Then again, I guess it could be just another one of those
weird untimely deaths....yeah, right.