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Paul Walker was worth approx. 45 million dollars. He was a passenger in the death car .. a porsche. He died at the intersections of Hercules and Constellation.
Look at the crash scene? This looks like much more than speed related here. How did this 8 inch circumference (guessing) tree survive such a horrific fire and accident scene?
Tidbits from GLP forum
"Now here is another thread with a conspiracy on a possible motive here. Apparently, Paul Walker had discovered dirty money in the Philippines disaster relief and that would make sense because he owned a company that specialized in rapid disaster relief.
Paul Walker and his friend were killed shortly after they discovered a conspiracy to supply victims of Typhon Haiyan with a prototype permanent birth control drug hidden in medicinal supplies and food aid. They had a damning recording and they were on their way to rendezvous with an ally who would have helped them get in touch with the right people. Turns out they were betrayed and someone rigged their car's breaks to malfunction after a certain speed.
Now that the loose end has been tied up, and the recording destroyed, the people responsible have nothing to fear as this will become another "conspiracy theory" no one will take seriously."
Thread: Paul Walker was MURDERED for trying to expose a vast consp...
There is so much more.....
When he died, the first fast and the furious just had started on cable tv. Eric Holders cartel arming, i mean gun tracking without recording the numbers on the guns program was called the fast and the furious. There was an internet rumor this week he had died in a car accident. Tonnight he dies when his porshe "blew up" when it hit a tree after being knocked off road by a second vehicle, he was a passenger. Those cars are wicked safe its not a ford pinto.
He was attending an event for his organization, Reach Out Worldwide
[link to m.usmagazine.com]
From Daily News:
In a grim twist, Walker’s death came just days after he was the victim of an online death hoax.
So it seems we have a conspiracy with many more facts you can uncover and explore. You can start on GLP forum ... I only read 1 of over 18 pages. This is so reminiscent of Michael Hastings "accident"!!
There are certainly a lot of questions in my mind about this "accident"!
sometimes, accidents are accidents.
Yes, sometimes - but this one is highly suspicious.
he worked on the movie fast&furious maybe he found out some things that our government did not want to go public
he also knew things about "fast&furious that our government did not want to get out
the most surprising is that the tree survived, first the impact and later the fire, that make me very suspicious. And the motive to kill him is quite plausible
that tree was the second tree the car hit. look at the photos and the video, the car took out another tree on its way to the tree that brought the car to a stop. by the time it came to rest, the car was in half. the road is full of debris.
im not sure what is being suggested here, but any suggestion that the wreckage was placed there after the fact, or that there was no fire, is plainly false. obviously, there was an actual crash. as for motive, there is no evidence whatsoever other than an unsourced post on GLP with no evidence to back it up. all baseless speculation. if ever discernment was needed, its here.
everything is not a conspiracy. hastings was suspicious. this is just tragic.
I think it's suspicious in the fact of the speed needed to cause this accident in what obviously is a residential area. I know a Porsche is a small car, but being driven by a professional race car driver ... surely he would know the capacity of the car and not put himself and his best friend in possible danger. If nothing more we need to hear the cause of the crash ... was it speed, lack of brakes, drugs, alcohol? There are many aspects of the case as in most hollywood deaths that create a sense of horror, conspiracy and intrigue. I'm sure most of us can think of many movie stars whose deaths remain "uncertain" and in our opinion are still not satisfactorily explained. Who rules Hollywood? Did Paul Walker figure something out? I'm only asking questions .. I do believe everyone needs to investigate on their own. It would be sad to think people would not question these deaths and find out the truth. Video below is from May of this year ..
Interesting video - right in our faces!
the accident was in Rye Canyon Business Park. it was not a residential area. PW liked cars and liked to drive fast. the driver, a race car driver, obviously felt the same way. a more likely scenario here is that these two went to a business park on a Saturday because they could drive fast without worries of traffic or cops. if you look at the map, the crash site is right off of a curve. if you will notice, the business park looks very similar to a race track. you can also see tire marks in the 90 degree turn just head of the crash site where people go to spin out and do doughnuts. this is a place where people go to drive fast. and car racers crash. all the time.
what other business did they have in a business park driving a Porsche on a Saturday? they were driving fast. too fast.
other than wild speculation on a conspiracy forum, what evidence is there that this was something other than an accident?
this is the crash site.
if you compare the video i posted of the crash above and the google street view of the crash site, it looks as if a concrete light pole with a speed limit sign was taken out as well. it doesnt appear to be in the video. on the ground or otherwise.
You are welcome to your opinion Alan, but so are the rest of us. I still say it does not look like an ordinary accident .. whether racing or not. I've been to countless accident scenes working as an EMT and some very horrendous ones but normally the vehicle and crash scene do not appear as in these pics. It boggles the mind the brute force of this accident. With all the twists and turns on the route it's hard to imagine such speeds as to cause this.
I am not trying to create a conspiracy ... but we do need to ask questions.