- 1 Generally Accepted Facts from Wikipedia
- 2 John Podesta Tweet
- 3 Death and Suspicious Aftermath
- 3.1 Generally Accepted Facts from Wikipedia
- 3.2 From Breitbart's Coroner's Report
- 3.3 Suspicion of Foul Play
- 4 Relationship to #Pizzagate
- 5 On media
- 6 See also
Generally Accepted Facts from Wikipedia
Andrew James Breitbart (February 1, 1969 – March 1, 2012) was an American conservative publisher, commentator for The Washington Times, journalist, author, and television and radio personality on various news programs, who served as an editor for the Drudge Report website. He was a researcher for Arianna Huffington, and he helped create the early version of the The Huffington Post.
Breitbart owned Breitbart.com, a news and opinion website. He played central roles in the Anthony Weiner sexting scandal, the firing of Shirley Sherrod, and the ACORN 2009 undercover videos controversy. Commenters such as Nick Gillespie and Conor Friedersdorf have credited Breitbart with changing how people wrote about politics.
John Podesta Tweet
"How prog-guru John Podesta isn't household name as world class underage sex slave op cover-upperer defending unspeakable dregs escapes me."
— AndrewBreitbart (@ AndrewBreitbart) February 4, 2011
Death and Suspicious Aftermath
Generally Accepted Facts from Wikipedia
On the night of February 29, 2012, Breitbart collapsed suddenly while walking in Brentwood. He was rushed to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead just after midnight. He was 43 years old. An autopsy by the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office showed that he had hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, with focal coronary atherosclerosis, and died of heart failure.
[Breitbart's] toxicology report showed, "No prescription or illicit drugs were detected. The blood alcohol was .04%. No significant trauma was present and foul play is not suspected." Bill Whittle, a personal friend of Breitbart, had said that Breitbart had a "serious heart attack" just months before his death.
From Breitbart's Coroner's Report
A redacted source was interviewed in the Coroner's Report who claimed Breitbart had suffered congestive heart failure approximately one year before (around March 1, 2011). According to the source, he entered the hospital with shortness of breath and was diagnosed with congestive heart failure and was released after a few days. While the source cannot be definitively determined, it may have been Breitbart's wife as a later line with a redacted source refer's to "her husband" during questioning on whether Breitbart abused drugs (he did not).
Deputy Medical Examiner Juan M. Carrillo
Also notable from the Coroner's report was that Breitbart's report was signed off by Deputy Medical Examiner, Juan M. Carrillo, on May 2, 2012. Carrillo was the same person who signed off on the autopsy for Corey Haim. Corey Haim had spoken extensively in public about child abuse he had suffered from pedophiles working in the film industry in Hollywood.
Suspicion of Foul Play
Events Immediately Preceeding Breitbart's Death
Speaking to the audience at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C. only weeks earlier, Breitbart claimed he had videos that would end the political career of US President Barack Obama. “I have videos, this election we’re going to vet him,” Breitbart said back in February “We are going to vet him from his college days to show you why racial division and class warfare are central to what hope and change was sold in 2008.”
Responses of Suspicion in Breitbart's Official Cause of Death
Some suspect foul play in Breitbart's death, including close friends. From RT:
Although investigators would go on to call Breitbart’s March 1 death the result of heart failure, even some of his personal friends put forth the notion that it was an inside job. “He told me RECENTLY he had big dirt on Obama… MANY believe it's murder!” radio host and pal Mancow Muller tweeted after his death, adding in a similar micro message that he had his doubts about the initial reports of natural causes.
Some believe Breitbart was the victim of a "Heart Attack Gun," first identified during the Church Committee hearings in the 1970's, or similar mechanism which can induce heart attacks which leave no trace, externally or internally, except a possible minuscule red mark at the point of entry.
Breitbart's Coroner's Death by Arsenic Poisoning
The unexpected death of conservative commentator Andrew Breitbart just got a whole lot more mysterious. Only two months after Breitbart’s passing, the coroner that investigated the cause of death may have succumbed to arsenic poisoning. Michael Cormier, 61, passed away on April 20, the Los Angeles Times reports this week. Although Cormier’s death is only being publicized now, the timing of actual passing actually came within hours of the release of the preliminary autopsy report of Breitbart. Commenting to the Times on the latest news, Lt. Alan Hamilton of the Los Angeles Police Department says that investigators have not ruled out foul play in the death of Cormier.
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Examination of Breitbart's blood levels
Reportedly proof that he did not die of a heart attack (requires additional verification) 
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Relationship to #Pizzagate
Connection to John Podesta
As seen in the tweet above, Breitbart referred to John Podesta as a pedophile protector.
Connection to Anthony Weiner
Breitbart reported heavily on the Anthony Weiner sexting scandal.