For people who can’t get enough of the sausage-making aspects of conspiracy theory, Jerome Corsi and WorldNetDaily have been busily cobbling together a new theory about the “mysterious” death of Andrew Breitbart.
The body count is already reaching Dealey Plaza proportions. First a technician in the Medical Examiners’ Office drops dead; then the sole witness to Breitbart’s death disappears.
It’s easy to imagine future theorists speculating about how the ME guy was going to blow the whistle about the falsified autopsy results. Maybe the witness was about to recant and admit that he saw a tall black man whose ears stuck out with Breitbart just moments before he died.
Corsi floats about 15 trial balloons in the article (and also admits that he’s driving Breitbart’s family crazy). The last sentence suggests the broad outlines that the theory will ultimately take: “On Feb 5, Breitbart had dinner cooked by Ayers at the home of Ayers and Dohrn after Daily Caller publisher Tucker Carlson won a “Super Bowl Dinner” auctioned off by Ayers for $2,500.” Dinner on February 5; death on March 1.
Slow-acting poison anyone? I’m going to throw in my 2 cents and suggest that Tucker Carlson was also involved–why wouldn’t he want to eliminate one of his biggest competitors? You have to admit that the Daily Caller been suspiciously quiet about this whole thing.
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