Death Of Coroner Deepens Breitbart Conspiracy
Andrew Breitbart mysteriously dropped dead the day after calling Obama a radical and threatening to release videos of the President that would, he said, end his political career. Though it was later revealed that “no foul play” was involved— apparently he died of heart failure— many believe that Breitbart’s untimely death was part of an assassination plot.
Now Michael Cormier, a forensic technician who may have been involved in Breitbart’s autopsy, has passed away from what online conspiracy theorists believe could have been due to arsenic poisoning. And on the very day that Breitbart’s autopsy results were revealed to the public…
LAPD detectives are investigating, keeping an eye out for any trace of a setup. They have stressed that the presence of poison in Cormier’s body would not automatically prove a homicide. Since Cormier operated an autopsy unit at home, which is where he was found dead, the prospect of suicide or an unfortunate accident cannot be ruled out. But Lt. Alan Hamilton of the Los Angeles Police Department stated that foul play was “one of the things being considered.”
Two strange deaths or one cunning plot perpetrated by the government to keep damning info on the President secret? We might just find out in a few days when Cormier’s autopsy results are released.
Of course, we should also remember that Breitbart claimed to have damning footage of various political figures in the past, but most of those — including his video of Shirley Sherrod, which the journalist doctored to make Sherrod look racist — turned out to be nonsense.
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