Whitney Houston, who died in February, was murdered, according to a private investigator. What are his claims based on?
According to a report from RadarOnline, Paul Huebl says high powered drug dealers murdered the singer and that he has footage to prove it. He plans to turn his findings over to the Chicago field office of the FBI.
"I have evidence that points to Whitney being a victim of a high powered drug dealers who sent thugs to collect a huge debt she owed for drugs," Huebl says.
The private investigator used a network of drug informants as well as facts from the coroner's report to determine that Houston was murdered. He points to two unknown men who frequented the hotel where the I Will Always Love You singer was staying at the time of her death. The two came and went from the hotel a lot during that period and appeared to try blending in with others considered to be 'hangers on.'
Paul Huebl believes these men returned to the hotel during the 45-minute span when Whitney Houston was alone on the day her body was discovered.
How accurate do you suppose this private investigator's findings are? Is he doing this for his fifteen minutes of fame and fortune or is he really on to something of significance? Don't you wish the average person could simply call the FBI and ask whether or not this investigation turned up more evidence than the one conducted by authorities upon Whitney's passing?
Sadly if this investigation winds up being pure bull or simple conjecture, it will have served to stir up the horrible passing of this beloved singer in her family's hearts and minds.
Daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown and mom Cissy Houston have had many difficulties in the months following Whitney's untimely death. To learn she was murdered--if that is actually the case--will no doubt add insult to injury for both of them.
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