Andrew Breitbart’s coroner dead from suspected poisoning

Mere days after the Los Angeles Coroner’s Office issued its final autopsy report on the sudden death of bane-of-the-Left Andrew Breitbart (he died of “heart failure”), news came last Friday that a forensic criminalist at the L.A. County Coroner, Michael Cormier, had suddenly died from suspected arsenic poisoning! Cormier died on the same day as the release of the final autopsy report.

In his article for WND, titled “Breitbart’s Coroner Poisoned to Death?,” Joe Kovacs writes: “Medical examiners in Los Angeles are investigating the possible poisoning death of one of their own officials who may have worked on the case of Andrew Breitbart.”

Andrew Breitbart (l); Michael Cormier (r)

The Los Angeles Times reports, April 27, 2012, that 61-year-old Cormier, a forensic technician for the Los Angeles County Coroner, died “under mysterious circumstances” last week after being taken to Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in Burbank from his North Hollywood home. Earlier he had complained of pain and vomiting.

Hospital staff notified police about concerns surrounding the cause of Cormier’s death. Los Angeles police detectives, with the help of the L.A. County coroner’s office, are now investigating Cormier’s death. Officials said he might have died of poisoning, but they have not provided further information.

“At this point we haven’t ruled out foul play,” said Lt. Alan Hamilton of the Los Angeles Police Department. “It is one of the things being considered. We are waiting for the coroner’s results.”

Ed Winter, deputy chief coroner, said that Cormier’s autopsy has been performed but that a cause of death has been deferred pending further tests.

Investigators have also interviewed his family and friends. Messages left at the home Friday went unanswered.

Authorities have examined Cormier’s Auckland Avenue home for clues to the cause of his death. Sources said several hazardous materials experts and officers searched the small home looking for clues. The sources, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said that finding the presence of poison does not necessarily mean the death was a homicide, because the substance could have accidentally entered his system. His death could also be related to his work or hobbies.

+++

So what is a forensic technician?

A forensic science technician is also called a criminalist. This is what the State of California’s Employment Development Department says:

CRIMINALISTS (FORENSIC SCIENCE TECHNICIANS)

California Occupational Guide Number 558
Interest Area:    Scientific
2002

WHAT DOES A CRIMINALIST (FORENSIC SCIENCE TECHNICIAN) DO?

Criminalistics is the forensic science of analyzing and interpreting evidence using the natural sciences. Forensic science pertains to all sciences applied to legal problems. CRIMINALISTS use the science of criminalistics to solve crimes. They examine and identify physical evidence to reconstruct a crime scene. Physical evidence can be a weapon, a piece of clothing, a bloodstain, drugs, or even a vapor in the air. Criminalists use this physical evidence to provide a link between a suspect and the victim. The transfer of clothing fibers or hair fibers between a suspect and the victim can provide just such a link. Fingerprints, bullets, and shoe impressions are other important links.

Physical evidence is collected from a crime scene that includes the victim’s body and the surrounding area of the crime. Criminalists collect physical evidence at crime scenes and receive evidence at the laboratory, which has been collected at the crime scene by crime scene investigators. The proper collection of evidence is essential to prevent contamination and destruction of the evidence. Once the evidence is brought to the crime lab, Criminalists conduct tests depending on the type of evidence. Criminalists are often called to court to provide expert testimony regarding their methods and findings.

O*NET typical tasks include the following:

  • Examines, tests, and analyzes tissue samples, chemical substances, physical materials, and ballistics evidence, using recording, measuring, and testing equipment.
  • Interprets laboratory findings and test results to identify and classify substances, materials, and other evidence collected at crime scene.
  • Collects and preserves criminal evidence used to solve cases.
  • Confers with ballistics, fingerprinting, handwriting, documents, electronics, medical, chemical, or metallurgical experts concerning evidence and its interpretation.
  • Reconstructs crime scene to determine relationships among pieces of evidence.
  • Prepares reports or presentations of findings, investigative methods, or laboratory techniques.
  • Testifies as expert witness on evidence or laboratory techniques in trials or hearings.

Serology is the analysis of body fluid evidence that includes bloodstains, semen stains, and saliva. To determine the identity and origin of the substance, Criminalists analyze blood dried into fabrics or other objects, as well as cigarette butts that may contain saliva residues. Sometimes the stain is not visible to the naked eye. Blood is usually visible due to its color, but often an artificial forensic light source is necessary to see other body fluid evidence. The stained evidence must remain dry and be stored at a cold temperature to maintain its integrity.

DNA typing is possible with a sample of body fluid such as blood, saliva, or semen. DNA typing provides a Criminalist with a genetic blueprint that is unique to each person. Criminalists then try to match the DNA typing results with a suspect. Proper handling and storage is essential to preserve DNA test samples.

Trace evidence is the analysis of hairs, fibers, paint, glass, wood, and soil that are present at a crime scene. Examination of trace evidence helps to establish a relationship between a suspect and the victim. A fiber may be taken from the victim’s body revealing the type of fiber from carpet unique to the make and model of the suspect’s car. Once trace evidence is discovered, a Criminalist or other investigator collects the evidence from the crime scene by using a pair of jeweler’s tweezers and immediately places the evidence in a folded paper cone and then into a sealed evidence envelope. Trace evidence is later analyzed at the crime lab to determine its composition and origin.

Firearms and toolmarks analysis involves the examination of any firearm that is suspected of being used in a criminal act. Criminalists can determine the kind of bullet used and whether it was fired from the gun used to commit the crime. Toolmark analysis includes any object suspected of containing the impression of another object that served as a tool in the commission of a crime. For instance, a screwdriver makes a distinctive impression when scraped along the surface of a wall. A Criminalist will analyze the marks the screwdriver left behind.

Impression evidence is the evaluation of impressions made by shoes, tires, depressions in soft soils, and all other forms of tracks and impressions. Glove and other fabric impressions, as well as bite marks in skin or food, are included. Criminalists also obtain impressions of dust from surfaces to reveal fingerprints.

Drug identification is used by Criminalists to analyze and identify illegal substances such as cocaine, heroin, and marijuana, that are found in plastic bags or vials at crime scenes. Criminalists must interpret the results of drug analyses in order to determine their significance to the case.

The dictionary defines “coroner” as “A public officer whose primary function is to investigate by inquest any death thought to be of other than natural causes.” Therefore, calling criminalist (or forensic science technician) Michael Cormier, who worked for the L.A. County Coroner’s Office, a “coroner” is entirely appropriate.

Breitbart was the conservative power-house founder of the news aggregation site, Breitbart.com, and five other websites — Breitbart.tv, Big Hollywood, Big Government, Big Journalism, and Big Peace. He was only 43 years old.

Just days before his sudden death on March 1, Breitbart had vowed at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington that his organization would do the job of vetting Obama which the Establishment Media, Congress, and the Democratic and Republican Parties did not do in 2008.

The L.A. coroner’s final autopsy report that Breitbart had died from “heart failure” still does not rule out assassination. As explained by Fred Burks of Examiner.com, November 29, 2009, there is a way to induce heart attack via a poison dart. On penetration of the deadly dart, the individual targeted for assassination may feel as if bitten by a mosquito, or they may not feel anything at all. The dart can penetrate clothing and leave nothing but a tiny red dot on the skin. The dart completely disintegrates upon entering the target.

The lethal poison then rapidly enters the bloodstream causing a heart attack. Once the damage is done, the poison denatures quickly, so that an autopsy is very unlikely to detect that the heart attack resulted from anything other than natural causes.

And now, with criminalist or forensic science technician Michael Cormier’s sudden death from suspected arsenic poisoning, there is even more reason to wonder about Breitbart’s sudden “heart failure.’

H/t beloved fellows Tina & Terry.

UPDATE (May 9, 2012):

WND’s Joe Kovacs reports that L.A. Police Dept. spokesman says Cormier “had no connection whatsoever to the investigation into Breitbart’s death.” Ed Winters, a colleague of Cormier’s at the Coroners Office, also says the same thing.

~Eowyn

44 responses to “Andrew Breitbart’s coroner dead from suspected poisoning

  1. Just the tip of the iceberg to come.

  2. “Something is rotten in America.”

  3. It’s starting to seem like the “hit list” is even longer than the list of illegal campaign donors.

  4. I said when Breitbart was killed, er I mean died, to watch for more bodies. This is worse than the Kennedy era.

  5. Gee, this doesn’t seem suspicious, does it?

  6. A bit coincidental, huh? Wonder if this Coroner technician had a bit of knowledge that someone didn’t want to get out. We will never know. I think the damage control squad will see to it. I smell a big rat.

  7. Those over at Breitbart better watch their backs…

  8. O. OMG. OMFG. I did not want my crazy suspicions corroborated in ANY way. Really. I have never believed in any conspiracies before, because the more people involved, the more likely someone blabs. I use “Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone” as a measure of sanity (see Gerald Posner on the subject, in his book Case Closed). I figure the clowns who can’t run the National Endowment for the Humanities can’t pull off much of anything too complicated. But I cannot rest my heart on this one. G-d grant I’m not turning into a nut…

    • Unfortunately for all of us, you’re not. (A nut.) Conspiracies have evolved when black ops enter the picture and they know how to involve any number of folks on a “need to know” basis and they’d die before the name of their victim even came up in casual conversation. (Like discussing the evening news w/ an “honest as a newborn babe” look on their face.) “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.

      Found this while looking up that phrase, seems most apt, if long…

      Ghost
      Pity me not, but lend thy serious hearing
      To what I shall unfold.

      HAMLET
      Speak; I am bound to hear.

      Ghost
      So art thou to revenge, when thou shalt hear.

      HAMLET
      What?

      Ghost
      I am thy father’s spirit,
      Doom’d for a certain term to walk the night,
      And for the day confined to fast in fires,
      Till the foul crimes done in my days of nature
      Are burnt and purged away. But that I am forbid
      To tell the secrets of my prison-house,
      I could a tale unfold whose lightest word
      Would harrow up thy soul, freeze thy young blood,
      Make thy two eyes, like stars, start from their spheres,
      Thy knotted and combined locks to part
      And each particular hair to stand on end,
      Like quills upon the fretful porpentine:
      But this eternal blazon must not be
      To ears of flesh and blood. List, list, O, list!
      If thou didst ever thy dear father love–

      HAMLET
      O God!

      Ghost
      Revenge his foul and most unnatural murder.

      HAMLET
      Murder!

      Ghost
      Murder most foul, as in the best it is;
      But this most foul, strange and unnatural.

      HAMLET
      Haste me to know’t, that I, with wings as swift
      As meditation or the thoughts of love,
      May sweep to my revenge.

      Ghost
      I find thee apt;
      And duller shouldst thou be than the fat weed
      That roots itself in ease on Lethe wharf,
      Wouldst thou not stir in this. Now, Hamlet, hear:
      ‘Tis given out that, sleeping in my orchard,
      A serpent stung me; so the whole ear of Denmark
      Is by a forged process of my death
      Rankly abused: but know, thou noble youth,
      The serpent that did sting thy father’s life
      Now wears his crown.

      Most apt, for these two deaths, and for the times we live in, no?

      http://www.online-literature.com/shakespeare/hamlet/6/

      • Thanks, Christine, for the passage from Hamlet. What a great way to begin a week! – with Shakespeare!

        If no one had yet welcomed you – a very warm and very enthusiastic WELCOME to the Fellowship!!! :D

  9. Does anyone have a source for the statement that Cormier was “Breitbart’s coroner”? Thanks.

    RTF

    • Richard, it’s in the second paragraph I just added to my post. Scroll up!

      • Dr. Eowyn, thank you for adding this paragraph. Thank you for your work on this blog to report news and much other truthful information.

        In case you are not aware, the link you have just added says, “It’s still unclear if Cormier personally worked on the probe into Breitbart’s death, and WND has left messages with the coroner’s office seeking comment.”

        It also refers to Cormier as a “forensic technician for the Los Angeles County Coroner”, which means he is not a pathologist.

        RTF

        • Thank you for your questions, Richard! I dashed off that post and your questions have led me to delve deeper, which is all to the good.

          Yes, Michael Cormier is a forensic science technician, not a pathologist. The medical dictionary defines “pathologist” as “A doctor who specializes in the anatomic (structural) and chemical changes that occur with diseases. Pathologists also perform autopsies.”

          A forensic science technician is a CRIMINALIST who uses Criminalistics — the forensic science of analyzing and interpreting evidence using the natural sciences — to solve crimes. Think CSI !!! (Scroll up to read a full description of criminalist which I just added to my post.) This makes Cormier’s death even more suspicious and more relevant to Breitbart’s autopsy.

          • You’re welcome. That’s interesting information about criminalistics. I agree that it may make him more relevant, but a few caveats do come to mind.

            1) Calling him a technician implies, at least to me, that he was a lower-level person in the coroner’s office who had little to no authority over the content of the report.

            2) It appears to me that WND has no evidence that he was involved in Breitbart’s case. Thus, it would appear that they are simply speculating that he might have been, hence the question mark in their headline which alludes to the word “coroner”.

            3) If he was hit with a dart which dissolves inside the body, then I would expect that all the evidence for that would fall under the direct purview of a pathologist, and thus be off-limits for him to study. If, on the other hand, the dart would dissolve partly on the outside of the body, then perhaps a criminalist might have some authority to analyze that. Or perhaps all or part of the dart fell out before it could dissolve.

            4) Perhaps I am wrong, but I was under the impression that final authority over the conclusions of a case rests with the investigating pathologist, whether or not he is the chief medical examiner. I had always assumed that such pathologists were trained criminologists (in addition to being medical doctors) with authority over the entire investigation, up to the point where a determination of homocide is made, whereupon other law enforcement personnel take over. That is why I initially reacted skeptically to the characterization of Cormier as “Breitbart’s coroner”. Because I had assumed that Breitbart’s coroner is a criminal pathologist with training in all aspects of the forensic science of homocide. This, then, would make him responsible for the entire report, not just the medical findings. It would also make him the only person with the direct power to suppress evidence of homocide in the autopsy report. From what I have read, I do not believe that Michael Cormier had such power. It is still possible that he was in a position to know something. But if the report was written and signed by a pathologist who had complete power over the findings, I think that Cormier’s role becomes somewhat less relevant than if Cormier had some power over the findings. But it still could be quite important.

            The problem with this kind of speculation, in my view, is that it could be homocide, but we could still be wrong in our speculation about the details. And then the perpetrators can just sit back, bemused, and laugh while we all go off on dead-end trails, muddying the waters in the process. Then, as the election approaches, all they have to do to make it look like not homocide, is shoot holes in some of the dead-end theories. I call it the “chaff approach”. There is wheat and there is chaff. If the conspirators can find (or create) some chaff, the they can point to that and argue, “Here’s some chaff, so it’s all chaff.” And laugh hysterically, all the way to the White House.

            RTF

            • Richard,

              You are equating “coroner” with “pathologist.”

              The dictionary defines “coroner” as “A public officer whose primary function is to investigate by inquest any death thought to be of other than natural causes.” Note the dictionary does not specify that a coroner must be a medical doctor who’s a pathologist.

              Therefore, calling criminalist (or forensic science technician) Michael Cormier, who worked for the L.A. County Coroner’s Office, a “coroner” is entirely appropriate.

              Cormier might not have been the head honcho who “signed off” on Breitbart’s autopsy report, but being a criminalist, he most certainly was involved in the investigation.

              As for your apprehension that “they” will “laugh hysterically” at us, I have news for you: They do that and they will do that, no matter what we do. That’ll never stop me from inquiring and blogging about what I find.

            • Eowyn and Terry, I think you both may have misunderstood me a little.

              First, it is quite clear to me that Breitbart was assassinated. There is really no need to even question that. That is the sort of thing that, like Kennedy, was done so openly that the reasonable conclusion is that they want people to know it was political murder, i.e. assassination.

              Second, thank you Eowyn for the information about what a coroner is. I had not looked it up.

              Third: “That’ll never stop me from inquiring and blogging about what I find.”

              Of course not, and neither should it.

              It is an undisputed fact that there is no evidence that Michael Cormier was Breitbart’s “coroner”, i.e. the coroner in charge of the investigation. When WND says:

              “It’s still unclear if Cormier personally worked on the probe into Breitbart’s death, and WND has left messages with the coroner’s office seeking comment.”

              this is journalist-ese for, ‘We had speculated that he might have, so we called and asked them if he did, and they haven’t called us back.’ It is appropriate for them to call and ask. It is, in my opinion, of questionable integrity to publish the headline “Breitbart’s coroner poisoned to death?” with a question mark. This is normally seen as a statement that one has good reason to believe that the man was Breitbart’s coroner, singular … not one of many who worked on the case, but the head honcho. Then, when you take the question mark out, it becomes an affirmative statement that he is. So the image in my mind when I read the headline was of the guy who wrote and signed the conclusions having just died. I had to dig and dig just to find out that we don’t have a clue what the guy’s specific job was, nor whether he was involved in any way in investigating Breitbart’s case. This is what I would call “doing their job for them”. Because then if it’s not true, then when that fact comes out, you have automatically subtracted from the credibility of everyone who said Breitbart was assassinated. And the other side didn’t have to do a thing.

              Fourth: I think the Chicago murders stink to high heaven, and I personally see the hand of government in that. Yes, I do.

              Fifth: There is, and has long been, mass murder going on of ordinary people, just for the purpose of population control. Every president has blood on his hands just for this alone.

              Sixth: I am normally the first person I know to shout “conspiracy”, even sometimes when it makes everyone else roll their eyes. I am just saying that based on the information here, this coincidence could be something other than murder. But certainly, it is not just a coincidence. I do not believe that there is such thing as “mere coincidence”, because God acts to point us in certain directions for various reasons.

              My main point was, let us not their work for them. If they’re going to win, then they’re going to win. But at least don’t make it easier for them. And yes, by all means speculate … as long as the speculation is clearly marked as such. It’s when we imply that the speculation is already known that we start doing their job for them.

              RTF

              • Lotta fires going on these days, aren’t there?

                RTF

              • Richard,

                If my responses to you came across as hostile, that was not my intent. I was merely being matter-of-fact, conveying information on definitions, etc.

                While I totally agree with you on the potential hazards of speculating, I do that nonetheless based on:

                1. The odds that a criminalist employed by the L.A. County Coroner would have worked on Breitbart’s autopsy since it was such a high-profile case.
                2. What I know about the sheer duplicity and evil of the imposter in the White House and his handlers, and what they have done and are capable of doing.

                If the L.A. Coroner’s office were to deny that Cormier had been involved in Breitbart’s autopsy, I will revise my post. Until then, my instincts say there are just too many “coincidences” for this to be innocent.

  10. I’m afraid to say anything!!!!!!

  11. Something smells.

    -Dave

  12. Something Fowl-er than normal going on here.

  13. It’s probably meant to warn people not to start digging into the tangled web of deception that has been woven around the current state of world affairs. We know that it’s pretty much dead in the water, but the enemy, is using all his tricks, I am talking about Satan and his entourage or whatever you like to think of it as, to cause as much mayhem as possible so as to perpetuate an atmosphere of uncertainty and fear. We were not given a spirit of fear, but of love and a sound mind, so yes, getting too close to the flame is dangerous but sooner or later the sh-t will hit the fan, and then, and then…………………………………….

  14. I think not only is it meant to be completely obvious that Breitbart was assassinated – taken out because he was a thorn in the side of the powers that be – but also that the method that was used to kill him was MEANT to show us how easily it can be done, and how untraceable the method of delivery is. (I have only conjecture here, but I keep thinking of those tiny little mechanical mosquitos). If you make enough waves, they can and will whack you – in public – and no one will ever (officially) be the wiser.

  15. Thewerewife: No stranger than the 8mm bullet(32 cal.)found & photographed on the stretcher JFK had been on. Remember, the claim was that it was a 6.5mm (26 cal.)bullet that the assassination revolved around. I remember seeing the picture of the 8mm bullet in a Chicago newspaper back then.

  16. “Yea, though I walk through the shadow of the valley of death, I will fear no evil.”

    In reading people’s accounts here of their worries and concerns, the account of Jesus’ warning to (and instruction of) Nicodemus has come to my mind. It is found in John, Chapter Three.

    John 3:1-21

    There was a man of the Pharisees, named Nicodemus, a ruler of the Jews: the same came to Jesus by night, and said to Him, Rabbi, we know that you are a teacher come from God: for no man can do these miracles that you do, except God be with him.

    Jesus answered and said to him, Truly, truly, I say to you, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the Kingdom of God.

    Nicodemus said to Him, How can a man be born when he is old? can he enter the second time into his mother’s womb, and be born?

    Jesus answered, Truly, Truly, I say to you, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the Kingdom of God. That which is born of the flesh is flesh; and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit. Marvel not that I said to you, You must be born again. The wind blows where it lists, and you hear the sound thereof, but cannot tell whence it comes, and whither it goes: so is every one that is born of the Spirit.

    Nicodemus answered and said to him, How can these things be?

    Jesus answered and said to him,

    Are you a master of Israel, and know not these things? Truly, Truly, I say to you, We speak that we know, and testify that we have seen, and you receive not our witness. If I have told you earthly things and you believe not, how shall you believe, if I tell you of Heavenly things? And no man has ascended up to Heaven, but he that came down from Heaven, even the Son of man which is in Heaven. And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of man be lifted up: that whosover believes in Him should not perish, but have eternal life. For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life. For God sent not His Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved. He that believes on Him is not condemned: but he that believes not is condemned already, because he has not believed in the Name of the only begotten Son of God.

    And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil. For every one that does evil hates the light, that his deeds may be made manifest, lest his deeds should be reproved. But he that does truth comes to the light, that his deeds may be made manifest, that they are wrought in God.

    • Thank you, all the credit for that inspiration was to the Lord.

      I don’t recall the quote you offered, but I will keep my eye out for it.

      We put our trust in the supernatural power of God. Without Him, the necessary becomes impossible. With Him, all things are possible.

      RTF

      • You found it! Thank you; it is very relevant to this discussion.

        I fear God because I know what He is capable of, and I know that I deserve it. I love Him, because I know that He will take out of me that part that is not fit to enter Heaven. I know that I don’t deserve this, but the fact that He has promised to do it anyway fills me with love.

        I do not fear Satan or anything else that is of Hell, because I know that it cannot permanently hurt me, and cannot hurt me at all without it being God’s will for me. That is part of what it means to be born again; this is the true baptism of the Church age, baptism in the Holy Spirit. Baptism in water no longer delivers, though it is still available as a symbol, if a person wants it. But so many people go to the water first without knowing that they are supposed to be brought to the fire first. (Many churches are responsible for failing to teach this simple and obvious doctrine of Jesus.) In the Church Age, it is fire first, then, if you want, water second. The water has become a shadow of the act of deliverance. It is no longer the true baptism, thus it can do no spiritual work in the recipient.

        Once I was born again through baptism in the fire of the Holy Spirit of God (something which happened when I had truly believed), my fear of evil could be taken away, because I could finally know that the Lord would never abandon me … never, ever. No matter what happens to me, it is just, it is part of His Will and Plan, and I will never, ever be tested more than my ability to endure. From that point, it really could be said that it was no longer normal for me to fear evil. This is what the Father wants for all of His children. (Not the entire world, just His children, who are born in Heaven as Jesus said in John 3; these, and these alone, are the saved.)

        But it is not up to us. We are not able to make ourselves come to Him. John 6:44 — “No man can come to me, except the Father which has sent Me draw him: and I will raise him up at the last day.” This, then is the saved: those who were born in Heaven. They will believe on the last day of their life, because the Father will make them believe. By ourselves, we are not capable of coming to this true state of belief so that we can be truly baptised, in the fire of the Holy Spirit. Such a transformation in every saved person, whenever it happens, whether early in life or on one’s deathbed, is a purely supernatural act of God. All we can do is react to it, each in our own special way. And it is that reaction that is within our free will to do, which provides God with some of the glory that He seeks and deserves for having created us.

        RTF

  17. The Innocents are being betrayed. Those of the forces of evil are working overtime.

  18. the evil obama empire. wow coincidence i think not.. and of course are esteemed msm is sleeping at the wheel again. because they are nothing but a douche bag fulll of liberal morons.

  19. Somewhere, somehow, some way, someone will slip up. And when they do, all he** will break loose. I have been praying to God for our country, and for those who have died unexpectedly. Too many deaths leave too many doubts. I’m also praying that the right can create an OCCUPY movement in front of all major news outlets so that the stories have to be REPORTED rather than ignored. We have no 4th Estate anymore…our media is in bed with the liberal agenda. God help us.

  20. strange there was very little to no coverage on this by news media. They did not say much about Steve Bridges either. We will probably not know the truth about Brietbart for awhile.

  21. Today, L.A. Police Dept. spokesman and a colleague of Cormier both say Cormier “had no connection whatsoever to the investigation into Breitbart’s death.” (Scroll up for my Update)

  22. May you live in interesting times....is definitely a curse.

    So far…two people involved in his mother’s passport files case found dead, two gay choir members from his church, a Demo political operative, all young –then Breitbart….now Breitbart’s coronor..Odd, isn’t it?

    Thanks for this. It’s been driving me crazy that Breitbart died on the day he did, hours before he was to hold his press conference, and then no one mentions him after..what? A week? And he just fades from history…

    • Then there’s that curious downing by “Taliban rebels” of a U.S. Chinook helicopter on August 6, 2011, three months after the purported assassination of bin Laden. All 30 Americans on board the Chinook were killed, including 22 members of the same Navy SEALS Team 6 who had assassinated bin Laden. What a coincidence!

  23. There for a minute I thought the coroners name must have been Lee Oswald.

  24. It was strange that the coroner’s office was quoted as saying only doctors worked on Breitbart because initially no foul play was suspected. I have no idea what that means.
    No mention is ever made that the last person to talk to Andrew was ironically a communications executive for a global health and wellness company that sold hearth health products.

  25. Pingback: Reddit Co-Founder Aaron Swartz ‘Suicided’? | cedarridge2007

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s