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This is just so rude!
We're not entirely sure we understand why someone would fake their death and cause their family and even the world all that grief! We understand it LESS when someone accuses a person who was taken so soon of doing such a deplorable thing!
The article on Nosinfo.com claims the Fast & Furious actor's family and friends are all pulling a fast one the world, claiming:
They are all lying. Paul Walker didn’t die. Nor did Roger Rodas. They are both alive and well, and their relatives well know it.
It has already been established that the relatives of Paul Walker are involved in a cover-up, that is the cover-up of faking the actor’s death. It has been proven beyond a shadow of a doubt, here, that the accident is a fabrication and that there wasn’t any real car crash. Rather, what is seen is imagery of a man-made car fire and a car pre-placed in position to be incinerated: without either Walker or Rodas inside.
WTF?! Boo! All kinds of BOOOOO!
This is just a terrible accusation to make. We don't know what's worse, shopping around photos of the deceased actor or trying to prove his death to be illegitimate?
And what would Paul or Roger gain from faking their death anyway?
Fans took to Twitter to express their feelings about this heartless report. A few tweeted:
Why would Paul Walker fake his own death?! Let the dead rest in peace!
— Priscilla Brady (@CillaBrady) December 27, 2013
Paul Walker didn't fake his death. People believe everything they read and take it for the truth. Have some respect for his family.
— Sean Donnelly (@_Sean_Donnelly_) December 27, 2013
Paul Walker fake death conspiracy theories… Wow… I think some people believe everything is a conspiracy. Smdh
— TPM (@P8ntDesk) December 27, 2013
The website also tries to disprove the smoke from the fire as a "man-made car fire" and they claim Paul's girlfriend Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell had a hand in his "fake death."
Ugh. This would seriously be the equivalent of people believing that the death of all celebrities are conspired!
Just let the men rest in peace and give their loved ones time to grieve.
Don't disrespect those who have passed away.
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