Monday May 22, 2017
Dec-28-2012 14:54TweetFollow @OregonNews
Private Investigator Says He Has Evidence Of Foul Play in Whitney Houston's DeathSalem-News.com
‘Whitney’s body shows classic defense wounds that would have occurred while she was battling for her life’ - Investigator Paul Huebl
(NEW YORK YBW) - Mega-star Whitney Houston’s cause of death has been officially ruled as a drowning, with heart disease being the suspected cause of that drowning.
According to the medical examiner, Houston, who said she’d gotten clean, had cocaine and marijuana in her system. But now a private investigator says he has evidence that Houston was murdered, and didn’t die of an accidental drowning.
Investigator Paul Huebl says he has turned over evidence to the FBI which proves that the 48-year-old singer was killed over a drug debt in February. Huebl says there were defensive marks on Houston’s body which indicate a struggle with attackers.
Huebl believes that Houston was targeted because she owed $1.5 million dollars to drug dealers. He goes on to say that the mega-star received a delivery of cocaine to her room the day before she was murdered and could be heard saying, ‘I’m tired of this sh*t.’ Huebl says this wasn’t the first time drug dealers had pressed Houston to pay up on her debt.
‘Whitney’s body shows classic defense wounds that would have occurred while she was battling for her life,’ he said.
He says he believes the drug dealers snuck into Houston’s room and k!lled her. But he also concedes that the wounds to her hands could’ve been obtained in any number of other ways.
Huebl also says that he has evidence that Houston’s room was ransacked, which he believes is further evidence of a violent struggle. But there’s no way to know whether drug dealers ransacked the room or whether Houston’s family or friends pilfered the room after Houston’s death.
The investigator has turned all of his evidence over to the FBI.
Special thanks to Your Black World
Articles for December 27, 2012 | Articles for December 28, 2012 | Articles for December 29, 2012