CORONER: No Drugs In Andrew Breitbart's System, Supporters Double-Down On Claims He Was Murdered By Obama
The long-awaited report from the Los Angeles coroner was released yesterday. Despite what some in his inner-circle had suspected, the autopsy claims that no drugs were found in Breitbart's system.
The office of the Los Angeles County coroner has completed its investigation into the death of Andrew Breitbart on March 1, and has confirmed that he died of natural causes, namely heart failure. A press release issued by the Department of Coroner (below) notes: "No prescription or illicit drugs were detected. The blood alcohol was .04%," a negligible amount. The press release concludes: "No significant trauma was present and foul play is not suspected."As I reported here shortly after Breitbart's shocking death, his backers immediately began claiming that he'd been murdered by agents of President Obama. Yesterday's coroner's report seems to have only inflamed these claims. From the comments on the above-linked item:
-There are numerous ways to disguise murder as a heart attack/failure. I find it extremely coincidental that our beloved Andrew died just before he was to begin the vetting of Barack Hussein Obama. If I were Sheriff Joe, I'd watch my back.
-Wake up! Americans! They killed this dude. Didnt really agree with him but he could say whatever he wanted to. These evil cabals, wacthers, elites, whatever you want to call them are getting to brazen. Let us not bicker. They will be defeated, once we stop defeating ourselves. Know your enemy!
-I find it suspicious that all the famous people dying lately do so mostly in Commiefornia: Dick Clark, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Steve Bridges the comic who made fun of Obama, Andrew Breitbart and even Mike Wallace. And a reminder the Coroner is elected. Wonder what Party holds the office? Read about communists - eliminating icons of society is something they do...they are the new saviors, they want people to forget the past.
There are hundreds of similar comments at Breitbart.com.