Confusing CNN Report: Investigators Have Placed A "Security Hold," on Paul Walker's AutopsySubmitted by zooamerica on Wed, 12/04/2013 - 23:30
Santa Clarita, California (CNN) -- The fire that engulfed the Porsche carrying actor Paul Walker apparently did not erupt until a minute after the car clipped a light pole Saturday.
The autopsies were completed Tuesday, Los Angeles County Coroner Lt. Fred Corral said. But investigators have placed a "security hold" on it for now.
The coroner will not even disclose if the identities have been confirmed using dental X-rays. Officially, the dead are only identified as case numbers.
Corral did not give a reason for the secrecy, which can be requested by law enforcement agencies during an investigation. It is often done in cases involving criminal probes, but there has been no indication this is anything more than a traffic accident investigation.
Video obtained by CNN Tuesday from a security camera posted on a building on the opposite side of the street from the crash does not show the Porsche Carerra GT crashing along a business park street in Valencia, California, Saturday afternoon.
It does show the light pole and tree falling. Smoke is faintly visible above the scene 60 seconds later, followed by a heavy plume of black smoke after two minutes.
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Was that just a typo on CNN's part?
Did they really just say that a video from a security camera nearby does NOT show a car crash?
And why the secrecy?
Why would anyone want Paul Walker dead?
Just ask Randy Quaid. In 6 minutes, he explains why some people in Hollywood prefer dead actors.
Wealthy actors and recording artists are often targeted for their money.
Paul Walker was the face of the Fast and Furious, "franchise."