- Feb 17, 2013
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I am curious why people are finding it so hard to accept the findings of law enforcement and the medical examiner. From what is known, Elisa does not have a history of experimenting with drugs. Bath salts are pretty obscure and one would need to be on a quest or have existing connections in order to obtain them.
On the flipside, Elisa was diagnosed as being bipolar. Mental health professionals have described her actions in the video footage as being in line with that of manic episode AND it has been ruled that bipolar disorder was a contributing factor in her death.
Someone could have easily slipped her drugs without her knowledge. There are many different forms of these designer drugs with new variations coming out all the time - "bath salts" is just a catch-all term. They may be obscure to the general public, but not to all segments of the population. Downtown LA isn't Mayberry by a long shot.
Are we supposed to blindly accept the findings of law enforcement and the ME and never question them, as if they've never been wrong about anything before? Especially the LAPD... :facepalm: I can believe she was having a manic episode, sure. But I believe it was exacerbated by something else. :moo: