Was he murdered or did he just decide to drive over 100 mph and wreck?

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Re: Was Michael Hastings murdered?
« Reply #15 on: August 16, 2013, 11:17:13 AM »
All this thread was supposed to do was point out a mistake, and suggest it might be indicative of a lack of rigor on the part of the reporter. It has nothing to do with if Hastings was assassinated or not (except for being one less piece of evidence you could use to make a case).--Mick West
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Re: Was Michael Hastings murdered?
« Reply #16 on: August 20, 2013, 08:17:04 PM »

A Los Angeles County coroner’s autopsy found traces of amphetamine and marijuana in the body of journalist Michael Hastings, according to a report released Tuesday.

But the drugs were unlikely to have contributed to the fiery crash that killed Hastings, the report stated. Hastings was unlikely to have been intoxicated at the time of his death.

Hastings died instantly of “massive blunt force trauma consistent with a high speed front-end impact to the sole of the right foot and to the front of the torso.” The impact of the crash, not the resulting fireball, is what killed him.

Hastings had started using drugs after 14 years of being sober, his family told investigators. A brother said that Hastings was “currently using DMT,” an extremely potent but short-lasting psychedelic drug. He also had a medical marijuana card.
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