Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Is there something much more to the Brittany Murphy and husband murders?

The Father of actress Brittany Murphy who died mysteriously along with her husband has discovered that they both died of rat-poison. 
Okay Hollywood, now there's a good story for a movie. 
China is killing America with rat-poison tainted croissant's. 
- N.P.Contompasis

Is there something much more to the Brittany Murphy and husband murders? And the President lies to us as though he could care less what we think!!! WHAT THE F**K IS GOING ON AMERICA????
Brittany Murphy's father has sensationally claimed that the tragic ‘Clueless’ actress was poisoned to death by after offering her celebrity backing to a whistleblower fighting the government.
Angelo Bertolotti, 87, alleges that at the time of her death his daughter was under surveillance from shadowy government operators who wiretapped her phone and terrorized her after she spoke out in support of a Department of Homeland Security whistleblower.
Julia Davis, who claims to have once worked as a stunt double for Angelina Jolie, says Brittany was being persecuted for standing up for her.
Davis claimed she was branded a ‘domestic terrorist’ after she exposed security flaws that were allowing terrorists to sneak into the U.S. while she was working as a border security guard in California.
The extraordinary claims are what drove Brittany’s father to campaign to have a separate toxicology test conducted on the star.
The new report found rat poison may have caused the shock death - in stark contrast to the official coroner's report that concluded it was natural causes.
The latest twist to the growing mystery over the actress’s death came as relatives called on police in Los Angeles to re-open the investigation.
‘I called it two weeks after it happened,’ one family member told MailOnline. ‘You just don’t have two people die like that under those circumstances.’
Officials insist there is no evidence to support a more sinister motive behind 32-year-old Brittany’s sudden death in the bathroom of her Los Angeles home on December 20, 2009.
Her husband, British screenwriter Simon Monjack, 40, died in similar circumstances five months later.
The Los Angeles coroner ruled the deaths were due to pneumonia and anemia. Health officials later reportedly suggested toxic mold in the house could have played a role in the tragedy.
But the actress’s father is steadfast in his belief foul play was behind the mysterious deaths and launched a lawsuit last year demanding the release of hair samples from Brittany’s body to carry out the new tests.
Although the legal action – which named arsenic as a possible cause of death – was dismissed, the father was given hair, blood and tissue samples to carry out the independent laboratory tests.
In a report for Examiner.com, Ms Davis wrote that scientists at independent Carlson Company laboratories found ten heavy metals in Brittany's system which were several times higher than World Health Organization high levels at the time of her death.
'If we were to eliminate the possibility of a simultaneous accidental heavy metals exposure to the sample donor then the only logical explanation would be an exposure to these metals (toxins) administered by a third party perpetrator with likely criminal intent,' the report says.


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