Murder is usually recognizable, even if the perpetrator is not traced, which is why I think it is doubtful at this time.
no it's not. a huge chunk of all the premature deaths of "natural causes" are covered-up murders in germany, according to an investigation in 2008.
i find it hilarious that in this case the police told the public the death was ruled as "unsuspicious". the whistleblower in one of the biggest media scandals ever is suddenly found dead, the organisation that was bribed by the obvious perpetrators rule the death as unsuspicious...and the people simply decide to eat that up? al capone would've loved today's gullible public. compared to the 30s, this era seems to be much easier to do whatever you feel like and not get busted.
man, we really got the media we truly deserve.
btw i don't get why murdoch married that wendi bitch. she basically fucked every superior man she's come across to take advantage of his position, starting at some random guy double her age that took her to the u.s.
once murdoch sr. is gone, she's gonna squeeze out murdoch jr. and take over the company. mark my words. she reminds me of liz mohn of bertelsmann, same type of woman.
*edit: meanwhile, at fox news, the whole story is still regarded as unrelevant.