Andrew Breitbart died of heart failure brought on by coronary artery disease. That’s the conclusion reached by the LA County coroner in a preliminary autopsy report released yesterday. A full report will be available in two weeks.
Breitbart, who ran the news aggregation website Breitbart.com, as well as a number of other conservative outlets, including Big Government and Big Journalism, died on March 1 at the age of 43.
“No significant trauma was present and no foul play is suspected,” the coroner concluded from the March 2 autopsy.
No prescription or illicit drugs were detected, and Breitbart’s blood alcohol level was at .04 percent. Breitbart was reportedly walking from The Brentwood bar in Los Angeles to his nearby home when he died suddenly.
Read more at The American Thinker. By Rick Moran.
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