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Autopsy For Hacker Who Exposed Manning As Traitor Shows Nothing

No one knows what killed him.

Traitor Bradley (now Chelsea) Manning was turned over to the F.B.I. by a hacker named Adrian Lamo. As the Wichita Eagle has written, this hacker was found dead and to this day, no one has any idea what caused it. A lot of people are asking what is being hidden and why it can not be figured out.

Forensic pathologists can not even tell how the 37-year-old died. The cause of his March death is listed as “undetermined.” So, “after a thorough examination of his body, results of toxicology testing and information about Lamo’s life and last hours,” nothing could be learned that would help give the answers needed.

Despite a complete autopsy and supplemental testing, no definitive cause of death was identified,” admitted Scott Kipper in his report. He is the “deputy coroner and medical examiner at the Sedgwick County Regional Forensic Science Center.”

As anyone who has ever watched a post-mortem documentary can tell, it is rare that this kind of uncertainty is found in the age of 2018 science.

It is known that Lamo “had a history of anxiety, depression, Asperger’s syndrome, and drug and alcohol abuse.” The hacker also “suffered from a seizure disorder” that was not ruled out as a possible cause of death or a “contributing factor.” Were these the causes? It is unknown.

The man had taken a “designer drug called flubromazepam” and was on “drugs used to treat seizures, anxiety, and depression,” but nothing at levels that were toxic. The report does say that “the fatal ranges of some of these more esoteric drugs is not well studied.”

Perhaps he died of drugs which were not tested for? The data does “suggest the possibility that other rare drugs not tested for (at autopsy) may have been used.” Why all of them were not tested for remains a mystery. While it may be pricey to do, nothing should be ignored because there is always a chance that an unknown cause could be contagious.

Beyond that, the family deserves it for closure. They are likely pondering if he was poisoned by something that is hard to trace.

It should be noted that the police “do not suspect foul play.”

No alcohol or common drugs OTC drugs were found in Lamo’s system. Nor were many of the known killers like heroin, cocaine, etc.

Due to this and other findings, the reports also states, “As the cause of death cannot be definitely determined, the manner of death is best classified as undetermined.

Maybe the drugs, though mostly all legal and taken in sensible amounts, took a toll. Perhaps the sheer amount of drugs that Lamo mixed did him in.

Perhaps not, too.

That is the scary part.