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    Default Re: Watson already dead at time of crash

    I agree with all of you that it happens a lot in SA - unfortunately.
    All I'm saying is there is no proof that this happened in Watson's case and to make a statement like "Luggage and cell phone were 'expropriated' together - it is standard practice in SA!" is false reporting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyP View Post
    I agree with all of you that it happens a lot in SA - unfortunately.
    All I'm saying is there is no proof that this happened in Watson's case and to make a statement like "Luggage and cell phone were 'expropriated' together - it is standard practice in SA!" is false reporting.
    If it will make you feel better, add "possibly" just before 'expropriated'.

    The fact that his cell phone was tracked to some other place, says something, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyP View Post
    I agree with all of you that it happens a lot in SA - unfortunately.
    All I'm saying is there is no proof that this happened in Watson's case and to make a statement like "Luggage and cell phone were 'expropriated' together - it is standard practice in SA!" is false reporting.
    Tony, you are being grumpy. Linked to the post he was quoting, it was obvious to me that it was a suggestion in response to that post rather than a bald statement of fact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian.McM View Post
    Tony, you are being grumpy. Linked to the post he was quoting, it was obvious to me that it was a suggestion in response to that post rather than a bald statement of fact.
    You're "probably" right Ian
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jola View Post
    I don't really buy this, how would this car have been rammed into a pillar at high speed without a conscious driver, or complex control equipment which would have been clearly visible.
    Connect vehicles front tow points to vehicle with heavy duty towing system which has auto release mechanism
    Start engine for car to be towed but just leave it running (Hell you could even put drivers foot on throttle to rev it up a bit) then start towing the vehicle at speed
    When you get to the right place disengage towing mechanism and let the speed do the rest
    The damage to the front area of the vehicle being towed would be more than enough to hide the marks left by the towing vehicle and all you do with the other vehicle is drive away
    And the other reason the crash was selected to happen to so early in the morning

    Then all you do is find a few people that will spin the right story "We saw it happen but were on our way from or to another location so we could not stop at the time'



    Hehehehe bit extreme and quite probably not what happened at all
    But it could potentially have happened if people were willing to pay enough
    Then you could find other also possible things like they somehow gave him something that lead to his heart failing and it just happen to hit him there

    Fact of the matter is he probably had a sudden heart failure partially caused by the amount of stress he was under with the commission
    This is the most likely cause

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    Default Re: Watson already dead at time of crash

    So the family thinks he was murdered and apparently knows who wanted him dead.

    Wonder who? My money is on a corrupt politician.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HannesS View Post
    So the family thinks he was murdered and apparently knows who wanted him dead.

    Wonder who? My money is on a corrupt politician.
    So a corrupt politician killing a corrupt businessman. Maybe ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HannesS View Post
    So the family thinks he was murdered and apparently knows who wanted him dead.

    Wonder who?

    I reckon there's a loooong list of people sleeping much easier these days!
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    Default Re: Watson already dead at time of crash

    Quote Originally Posted by HannesS View Post
    So the family thinks he was murdered and apparently knows who wanted him dead.

    Wonder who? My money is on a corrupt politician.
    You could have left that out, as it is stating the obvious.


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    It is called the Zupta Syndrome. (or how to sleep easier at night with an illegally acquired fat bank balance)

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    "According to Times Select, Watson's nephew Jared said if any foul play led to Watson's death, then it "can only be one person".
    A very different version to "the family thinks he was murdered"
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    My guess - a heart attack.

    But then, even if so, there, are SO many unanswered questions.......!!!
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    I am sure even heart attacks can be induce.
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    No heart attack mentioned by independent coroner. Easy to pick up in an autopsy, aorta bursts. Mind you it can do the same in a high impact accident.
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    Aren't there also specific enzymes present in the event of heart attacks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caracal View Post
    No heart attack mentioned by independent coroner. Easy to pick up in an autopsy, aorta bursts. Mind you it can do the same in a high impact accident.
    Actually, the classic "heart attack" is medically know as a myocardial infarction where a temporary blockage in a coronary artery causes a portion of the heart muscle to die. Not necessarily fatal. A ruptured aorta is correctly termed an aortic aneurysm. There is also a cardiac arrest.

    A cardiac arrest, in contrast, is usually caused by a sudden heart arrhythmia called ventricular fibrillation. In ventricular fibrillation, the electrical signals within the heart suddenly become completely chaotic. Because these electrical signals control the timing and the organization of the heartbeat, when those signals degenerate to total chaos, the heart suddenly stops beating. That is, it goes into "cardiac arrest." The most common outcome of a cardiac arrest is sudden death.


    But the terms are sometimes used interchangeably, even by doctors.
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