Mystery Deepens Over Death of American journalist Michael Hastings

Mystery Deepens Over Death of journalist Michael HastingsWhen I first heard that American journalist Michael Hastings (33) had died in a car accident last week my eyebrow went up. I knew by the strange obituaries and the scant news reporting that something was up but I didn’t write about it because I didn’t have enough info (OK fine, yes, you got me, it was really because I’m scared of spooks). I went on Twitter and I searched the net to see if anyone else thought his death was suspicious too. There was only a sprinkle of like minds, so I thought I would leave it well alone. But now, fellow conspiracy theorists,  it seems his death in a fiery car crash is beyond suspicious. For those of you unfamiliar with his name, Hastings wrote an article in the Rolling Stones entitled the “The Runaway General” which basically lead to General Stanley A McChrystal’s embarrassing downfall. Evidently, just prior to his death he sent some disturbing emails to fellow colleagues telling them he was onto a “big story” but feared he was being investigated by the FBI and needed to “go off the radar” for awhile. Despite witnesses saying there was an explosion before his car hit a tree at high speed the LA police say there were no signs of foul play. Stay tuned Loons.


Filed under Friggin Scary, Well I Never

3 responses to “Mystery Deepens Over Death of American journalist Michael Hastings

  1. Binky

    Yeah, not suspicious at all. . .

  2. I saw this on TV the other night and thought “he wants to be off the radar”!!!!! was a rather worrying comment when mentioning FBI in the same sentence. Madness Loon! Don’t be afraid of spooks. You have more to fear from the living my sweet, much more.

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