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Brittany Murphy did not die of natural causes, lab report shows

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  1. SumnerRain

    SumnerRain Active Member

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    A few comments & concerns. I just read you need at least 1 1/2 inches of natural, un-dyed hair. In every picture I have seen of Brittany, she had chemical treated hair. It may not be though, I just went back and dug up her last interview. [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Teq1L1jHNc0"]Brittany Murphy Dead at 32 - Last Interview (December 1st 2009) - YouTube[/ame]

    I was talking with a friend with a PhD in chemistry and she said she does not buy the rat poison theory, she thinks the person (I did not mention who I was talking about) could have been exposured to the heavy metals in question from water, supplements, chemo, or some sort of work exposure.

    While the exposure rates for certain things are a lot higher than WHO recommends, I am willing to bet a LOT of us have something that would show up as higher than recommended for some reason or another.

    However, I just read that Sharon Murphy's neuropathy is caused by radiation and chemotherapy, anyone know how long ago that was? Is it possible for you to have 2nd hand heavy metal transfer for "shedding" of the chemicals from radiation? I know her grandmother had died 4 months before, but I don't know what of or if there can be anything that could be passed 2nd hand. Also, look at all those cosmetics in this video (at the bottom), wonder if any of them have heavy metals in them....?

    http://radaronline.com/exclusives/2...d-claims-poisoned-criminal-intent-lab-report/

    ETA: I just read this article, I am going to paste a bit below: http://www.occupycorporatism.com/5-cosmetic-products-that-give-you-heavy-metals-poisoning/

     
  2. ctkid

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    There are no heavy metal type chemicals in radiation therapy. The only chemical is the dye (Methylene blue or something simular) used to outline the area to be treated, otherwise known as a field. The only metals would be the blocks used to shield the non cancerous areas from the radiation that are adjacent to the cancerous areas. These metal blocks are held in a tray between the patient and the radiation beam.
     
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  4. SeekingJana

    SeekingJana May I be the person my dogs think I am! :)

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    I posted on this earlier. As far as I know, the chemotherapy drug containing platinum, Cisplatin, is still administered by the intravenous route only.

    A person couldn't hide that type of poisoning activity... unless she was still injecting IV drugs of a different type. IDK. Her father says not.
     
  5. ctkid

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    Its administered in its intended route as IV, In an unintended route of ingestion. Give the same heavy metal toxic effects?
     
  6. lil_buddy

    lil_buddy Inactive

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    I just want to put out there that I have heard lots of stories of people getting heavy metal poisoning by eating too much sushi (like several times a week for months on end.)
     
  7. SumnerRain

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    Aluminum is in a lot of immunizations as well, would you need to get boosters to travel to Puerto Rico?

    I only asked about the shedding as my friend just went through radiation for a lump in her neck (thyroid maybe?) and they made her go to a hotel because she could pose a risk to her spouse.

    I also saw this article about breast implants and platinum & silver: http://www.fda.gov/MedicalDevices/P...plantsandProsthetics/BreastImplants/UCM064040

    Could other types of radiation exposure sources be out there? I guess why I am bringing up other theories, is while yes, her numbers are high, they don't really strike me as fatal values, KWIM?
     
  8. SeekingJana

    SeekingJana May I be the person my dogs think I am! :)

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    The point is that IV chemotherapy agents are very restricted, prepared on site for a particular patient, and not stockpiled anywhere that the general public would have access. IMO, it would be extremely difficult to steal a bag of Cisplatin.

    Also, the fact that the drug IS given IV only strongly suggests that it is not bioavailable or chemically stable in the oral form. If it was, then Cisplatin would be administered as an oral chemotherapeutic agent, IMO.
     
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    This is kind of nuts, but as a geologist, the first thing that comes to mind is heavy metal sands. Those can contain most, if not all, of the high metals, including platinum.

    Maybe finely ground sand mixed into food makes a great stealth poison. SS van Dine of the crazy heavy water plots might have liked that one.

    I always enjoyed her movies. I hope someone gets to the bottom of what really happened. I felt bad for her that she was initially dragged through the mud as a drug overdose before everybody settled on pneumonia.
     
  10. trillian

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    If you look at the house, built into a hill, you'll notice that the main living area is upstairs. To avoid climbing lots of stairs, and to actually access the yard and see a view, you would not want to live on the first floor.

    In her condition, the house was impractical on any floor since you need to navigate them if you want to leave the property.
     
  11. squeaky

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    Brittany's father believes that she and her husband were murdered by the government in a massive conspiracy involving terrorists entering the country through Mexico, bribed border patrol agents, the Department of Homeland Security, and a brave whistleblower. He also claims her phones were tapped and that she was under government surveillance by means of black helicopters, etc.

    Oh, and he also has a tell-all book and documentary movie coming out soon.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...husband-poisoned-death-government-spooks.html
     
  12. Simply Caustic

    Simply Caustic Verified Expert

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    Oh my. That's quite a far reaching, broad and frankly...improbable scenario (the theory of her father regarding governmental agencies and their collusion to murder her.) I wonder where this conspiracy theory of his came from.

    Jmo
    Sent from my KFTHWI
     
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    Ok...:waitasec:cough...cough...

    That's a far out there theory.

    I'm curious about her blood and tissue samples. The hair samples really tell me nothing. Her hair is colored and she could have had other things done to her hair like brazilian blowouts, chemicals from straitening, etc. and or she could have been taking supplements. A lot of the elements are not toxic that were found. I see no indication of rat poison being the source.

    Here's Simon Monjacks autopsy:
    http://www.autopsyfiles.org/reports/Celebs/monjack, simon_report.pdf

    He had a ton of fluid excretion and was extremely ill. It looks like he had been fighting pneumonia for some time. Why in the heck didn't the mother call an ambulance? I wouldn't care whether he said he didn't want medical treatment. She just let him lay there and die.

    Brittany's autopsy:
    http://www.autopsyfiles.org/reports/Celebs/murphy, brittany_report.pdf

    The scene report is not complete. There's some info missing. She was anemic due to menstrual bleeding and hypoglycemic. She also had pneumonia.

    I don't understand the lack of medical treatment prior to death. Did they not like or trust doctors?
     
  15. nursebeeme

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    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/final-difficult-days-brittany-murphy-70059?page=show

    There is much more in the article about paranoia and the reasons they didn't seek medical treatment. I think they both died from lack of medical intervention. They passed the pneumonia back and forth and had other medical issues, plus multiple medications in their system.

    Even though I don't believe they were poisoned, here is a oral experimental chemo, platinum based drug:

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19888874
     
  17. ctkid

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    To treat thyroid cancer, you are given radioactive iodine (I 131), which is taken up by the thyroid. I 131 has quite a long half life. That is where others around could get some radiation exposure from the patient.
     
  18. 21merc7

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    Found this article on heavy metal toxicity interesting, published June 3, 2013. Specifically this portion:

    Link to entire article, several pages, just click the portions:

    http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/814960-overview

    Since the final episodes seemingly began when on a trip outside of the U.S., I have to wonder if they purchased any medications or herbal supplements while there, or if exposed to tainted H2O or seafood.

    "Rat poison" is made from many substances, the chemical is all that will be listed on the MSDS in the U.S., not the filler of the material, which can contain just about anything, including bird seed to attract the rodents. Have no idea what rat poison, if purchased outside of the U.S. would be made of, but, I would think some countries still use poisons that the U.S. has now banned.
     
  19. BeginnersLuck

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    I went down the rabbit hole reading about heavy metals in cosmetics.

    http://www.cosmeticsdesign-europe.com/Regulation-Safety/Dangerous-cosmetics-seized-in-the-UK

    You can search on the site above to see more articles on heavy metals. I guess you just never know what you are eating or putting on your body.

    I found a face creme that inferred it contains platinum. $600+ per ounce. I'm a low end consumer of products. I can't imagine the amount of chemicals that actresses and models use on their hair and skin.

    I would be especially weary of cosmetics or herbals purchased over the internet. A lot of people really do believe that the higher the price the better the product.
     
  20. txsvicki

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    After reading a linked article above, I hope the mom isn't blamed. The late husband is where they need to look, imo.
     

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