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Michael Hastings Car Accident Death May Have Been an FBI Conspiracy

Posted on June 25, 2013

Michael Hastings, 33-years-old, the world-renowned journalist who died in a fiery car crash in Hollywood last week, may have died in part due to a conspiracy, according to theorists who are trying to resurface evidence and put together the pieces of his life before the accident in order to ascertain what really caused that accident and Hastings death.

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The crash took place in Hancock Park near Melrose Avenue on Tuesday morning, in the early morning hours.

A close confidant and military staff have come out with an e-mail that they received Monday that was sent to multiple people in his inner working circle.

One particular friend was Staff Sgt. Joseph Biggs, who had known Hastings since 2008 when the journalist was embedded in his unit in Afghanistan.

In part, it said that the feds were interviewing his close friends and associates, and that he was onto a big story and needed to get off the radar.

The FBI has denied that Hastings was ever under investigation.

“It alarmed me very much,” Biggs said. “I just said it doesn’t seem like him. I don’t know, I just had this gut feeling and it just really bothered me,” he said.

The email was sent just before 1 p.m. on Monday, 15 hours before the deadly crash.

Breaking news photographer Scott Lane happened to be less than a mile from the scene of the crash, and shot video of the fiery aftermath.

Video taken from his car’s dash-cam also caught what appeared to be Hastings’ Mercedes minutes before the crash, speeding through a red light.

More than 30 seconds pass after Hastings’ car goes by, and no other cars pass through the intersection.

“There’s no cars that are following him,” Lane said. “He flies by and 10 seconds, 20 seconds, 30 seconds goes by… No cars are following him.”

Still, the conspiracy theories continued on the Internet, and Biggs said he just wants to know the truth about what happened to his friend. Either way, it is suspicious that he crashed without another vehicle present.

“I’m going to be willing to help and do whatever I can and make sure that people look into this story and make sure they find out whatever happened.”

Investigators were looking into whether Hastings’ car had a mechanical problem, or if he may have had a medical condition that caused him to crash, police said.

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