Sunday, January 24, 2021
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Feds Probe Harrison Deal Death as Thousands Speculate the Intern Was Assassinated

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The FBI is examining surveillance video collected from an expanded area around Pooler, Ga, in an effort to locate additional clues in the investigation into a fatal car accident resulting in the untimely death of Harrison Deal, an intern for Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler and the boyfriend of Gov. Brian Kemp’s daughter, Your Content has exclusively learned

What’s more, federal agents are looking at ‘all possibilities’ surrounding the 20-year-old’s death.

Georgia police told The Post that it will take “some time” to learn what led to the three-car crash that killed the ambitious 20-year-old.

“The investigation is underway and may take some time,” according to Pooler police spokeswoman Lindsey Heintzman, who initially said Saturday that the investigation could take over a month, without elaborating.

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There were only three people involved in the crash, each driving one of the vehicles. The other two drivers were treated at the scene for minor injuries and released, The Post reports.

Witnesses told investigators they ‘heard an explosion’ seconds before the deadly accident, a well-placed source who spoke under the condition of anonymity as the investigation is ongoing told Your Content.

“When any individual this active in politics dies, of course it raises suspicion of foul play,” the well-placed source exclusively revealed to Your Content, noting the investigation has even caught the attention of the White House.

“This goes as high as the West Wing. The minimal details available to the general public certainly raise suspicion.”

Allegations of fraud during Georgia’s November elections have placed the state’s special Senate elections under intense scrutiny.

If Loeffler and fellow Republican Perdue lose the elections, Democrats may be able to gain control of the U.S. Senate.

At Friday’s rally, Vice President Pence assured Georgia Republicans that the polls would be “secure.”

Loeffler’s opponent in a special election in January, Reverend Raphael Warnock, tweeted his condolences.

“I pray for Harrison Deal, a young staffer for @KLoeffler’s campaign, and for his family, friends, co-workers and all those mourning his loss, and I ask Georgians to join me in offering condolences to his loved ones,” Warnock wrote.

Warnock and Loeffler are expected to face off in contention for the Senate seat left vacant by the 2019 retirement of Senator Johnny Isakson.

Loeffler’s campaign has attempted to paint Warnock as pushing a “radical” agenda.

In response, Warnock’s campaign has alleged that Loeffler violated ethics laws by directing viewers of an interview held at the Capitol to a website where contributions could be made to her campaign.

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20 COMMENTS

  1. This is a tragic crash involving two tractor trailers on one of the most dangerous stretches of highway in Georgia. The most likely explanation may be tired or inattentive drivers. It is routine in such tragic crashes for the Georgia State Patrol SCRT (Specialized Collision Reconstruction Team) to analyze all the evidence. That includes a massive amount of photographs, downloads of electronic data from all vehicles, alcohol and drug tests of all drivers, physical damage to the vehicles, drag and gouge marks in the pavement, and analysis of the physics of the crash. That never takes less than a month, often longer. Authorities are always circumspect about stating a conclusion until that analysis is complete. If there is any prospect of criminal prosecution, the District Attorney controls release of the report until the case is concluded. It is irresponsible to immediately leap to baseless speculation by anonymous “sources” about conspiracies and assassination without actual evidence. The more likely explanation is a tired, overworked truck driver dozing off. That happens with distressing frequency on that stretch of road.

    • Ken,
      Thanks for weighing in w/ some technical expertise, we had to hire an ARE ( Accident Reconstruction Engineer ) when some Lance Armstrong wannabe’ plowed into the middle of our high school age daughter’s SUBURBAN. ( You wouldn’t think in the middle of the country w/ no visual obstructions for MILES you’d have to hire an ARE but, consider the times ) What happens when amateurs “shoot for a personal best”.
      Generally I’d agree, speculation isn’t helpful, and I suppose it IS ‘possible’ it’s all explained away by fatigue and distraction.
      But whether it’s Jeffrey Epstein.., or a YouTube video sparking a spontaneous demonstration in Benghazi, chalking any of this up to sheer coincidence is a bit naïve.
      Consider the TARGET. Had the Deep State gone after the Gov’s daughter -directly-, well there wouldn’t be anything holding him back from exposing who’d been pressuring him into a rush certification. But by targeting the BF, he still HAS a child, HIS child he can opt to save. Can you imagine a more powerful, impactful message..?
      Investigators shouldn’t rule out generic factors, but given the overwhelming circumstances, start by testing for C4 residue… You can understand how conservatives don’t have a lot of faith in ‘investigations’, right?

  2. Latest news report in Statesboro newspaper is consistent with too many similar crashes involving tired or distracted truck drivers in that stretch of I-16. I have worked on almost identical crash cases in that area.

    “ Pooler police Public Information Officer Lindsey Heintzman said Deal was traveling on the interstate around 10 a.m. Friday when a flatbed truck hauling black plastic tubing struck his vehicle from behind. The impact caused Deal’s vehicle to crash into a third vehicle, she said. Deal’s vehicle caught fire and he died as a result of the crash. Heintzman said the fire “affected the other vehicles” but neither of the other two drivers was seriously injured. Neither autopsy reports nor accident reports were completed Monday, and further information, including the identities of the other drivers involved, was not immediately available.”

    Wild speculation about conspiracy theories is seldom constructive.

  3. This is a dreadful tragedy for his family. Groundless speculation may only rub salt in his parents’ emotional wounds. If there is evidence that the truck driver who rear-ended him had suspicious connections that would give credence to a conspiracy theory, dig into it. But generally if you hear hoofbeats, look for horses not zebras. The crash that killed 5 Ga Southern nursing students several years ago was only the most publicized of many similar incidents on I-16 and I-95 in which a tired or distracted truck driver plowed over passenger cars. I handled litigation arising from one in which a truck driver who had medical issues and was sleep medication prescribed for his wife fell asleep at the wheel and killed five people. I handled another in which a truck driver had been on the phone with his daughter in Bogata for 25 minutes when he ran over a line of stopped traffic on I-95 and killed three people. I suspected he may have been a former drug pilot who became an informant for DEA in Colombia, but there was not basis to suspect the crash was related to any sort of conspiracy to kill my clients’ parents.

    • Did there engines get ejected from their cars ? Where there witnesses that stated they heard An explosion moments before the crash ? The answer to those questions are a big fat NO !!! Wake up. You probably think Biden won the election fairly. 🤪

      • Oh yea Keith the media is really squashing this one, murder to send a message to the governor that his daughter could be next

      • A remote controlled detonation when the optimum “Traffic situation excuse” presented itself to the trigger man.
        Now we have a “foot dragging” FBI investigation.

      • Engines flying out of cars happen more often than you think, seen several running shotgun with EMS. Typically higher speed impacts, regardless this smells.

  4. Possibly a mafia style message to Kemp
    about his own child’s safety, the left
    has no boundaries as we all have witnessed.

  5. Always trust the forensic analysis more than emotionally charged eyewitness accounts that are all too often confabulated.

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