I know some members of ATS won't be familiar with the people in this story so I will break it down for you.
The people involved:
: American Actress
: British Directer/Screen Writer, and Husband of Brittany Murphy
: Former Department of Homeland Security Officer, and Whisleblower
We'll start with Julia Davis. She was a Customs and Border Protection Officer in California at the San Ysidro Port of Entry in the United States. She
is a true American Patriot. I'll allow the National Whistleblowers Center to summarize what she did to upset her employer, the Department of Homeland
Specific intelligence alerts designated 4th of July, 2004 as a “Date to Watch” of paramount importance, when Al Qaeda leaders were purportedly
planning to penetrate porous U.S./Mexico land borders. Julia detected and reported improperly processed entries of 23 aliens from terrorist countries
into the U.S. on 4th of July. Documents retrieved from Bin Laden’s compound later confirmed that Al Qaeda members were indeed planning to strike on
the date in question. When the Department of Homeland Security failed to act on this information, Julia made a report to the FBI’s Joint Terrorism
Task Force (JTTF). For going outside the agency with the information that embarrassed the DHS, Julia was subjected to retaliation of unprecedented
I highly recommend reading the full article about her on the National Whistleblowers Center's website:
Julia was a standout officer before the incident, she received a Certificate of Outstanding Achievement, she even helped write training manuals for
new officers. After her whistleblowing incident the DHS turned on her. Herself and her family were harassed, and subjected to visual and audio
surveillance by the DHS, she was even labeled a "domestic terrorist"
In a startling culmination, the DHS conducted a commando-style raid of the Davis’ home with a Blackhawk helicopter and a Special Response Team.
27 DHS Agents and one U.S. Marshal assaulted the residence, breaking down the doors and brutally assaulting Julia’s parents.
That was an outrageously extreme action that was clearly out of desperation to cover-up and discredit a whistleblower.
Now let's move on how this relates to the death of Brittany Murphy and her husband. Brittany Murphy and Julia Davis were friends. Brittany Murphy was
a witness in Julia Davis' litigation against the Department of Homeland Security in response to the DHS harassment and attempts to discredit Julia
Davis. Brittany Murphy was very supportive of Davis and Brittany Murphy being a famous celebrity made this a big deal.
After Brittany Murphy's support of Julia Davis became legal and public the DHS started targeting Brittany and her Husband. Largely over her husband
being a foreign citizen. The couple claimed they too were subjected to wiretaps and visual surveillance. People wrote them off as being paranoid or
eccentric famous/wealthy people out of touch with reality.
On December 20, 2009 Brittany Murphy was pronounced dead:
At 08:00 (16:00 GMT) on December 20, 2009, the Los Angeles Fire Department responded to "a medical request" at the Los Angeles home Murphy and
Monjack shared. She had apparently collapsed in a bathroom. Firefighters attempted to resuscitate Murphy on the scene. She was transported to
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead on arrival at 10:04 after going into cardiac arrest.
Shortly after her death, Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter told the Associated Press: "It appears to be natural." An autopsy was performed the day
after she died. Her death certificate listed the cause of death as "deferred". On February 4, 2010, the Los Angeles County coroner stated that the
primary cause of Murphy's death was pneumonia, with secondary factors of iron-deficiency anemia and multiple drug intoxication.
...and only 5 months later her husband, Simon Monjack, was also found dead from similar circumstances:
On May 23, 2010, her widower Simon Monjack was found dead at the same Hollywood Hills residence. In July 2010, Los Angeles Assistant Chief Coroner
Ed Winter stated that the cause of his death was acute pneumonia and severe anemia. It was reported that the Los Angeles County Department of Health
had considered toxic mold in their house as a possible cause of the deaths, but this was dismissed by Ed Winter, who stated that there were "no
indicators" that mold was a factor. Murphy's mother Sharon described the reports of mold contributing to the deaths as "absurd" and went on to state
that inspecting the home for mold was never requested by the Health Department. In December 2011, Sharon Murphy changed her stance, announcing that
toxic mold was indeed what killed her daughter and son-in-law
So Brittany's mother originally called the idea of mold being a cause of her daughter's death "absurd", but then the next year changed her stance, and
going so far as to say 'that toxic mold was what killed her daughter' That's somewhat suspicious. What's even more suspicious is the thought of that
house having mold. It was a huge $3.85 Million dollar home and only 13 year olds. A home that Brittany Murphy purchased from Brittany Spears.
Brittany's Father Angelo Bertolotti also found the death of his daughter and son-in-law suspicious:
On January 11, 2012, Angelo Bertolotti applied to the Superior Court of California requesting that the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office be
required to hand over samples of his daughter's hair for independent testing. The suit was dismissed on July 19, 2012 after Bertolotti failed to show
up to two separate hearings.
Why would he go through the trouble of trying to get a sample of her hair for independent testing and then not show up? Was he forced or intimidated
to leave it alone? The reason her father wanted the hair tested was because Deputy Chief Coroner Ed Winter publicly stated that the Office of the
Coroner did not conduct any testing for poisons and toxic substances on Brittany Murphy during the autopsy. Her father wanted to find out if she had
This story is extremely strange, but it's worth a closer look at and a discussion. I'm not claiming to know what really happened, but I think there
were definitely some suspicious things going on. I had never even heard of Julia Davis before.. it's not surprising the mainstream media didn't cover
her whistleblowing very extensively, or the fact that Brittany Murphy was supporting her legally and vocally.
The fact that the Department of Homeland security would abuse their powers and resources to attack one of their own officers for whistleblowing makes
me worried about what they do to other Americans.
I highly reccomend you read this article by Examiner.com about this story:
New allegations in Brittany Murphy’s death case
on 11/14/2012 by Drezden because: (no reason given)