The Los Angeles County Coroner has completed their investigation in the March 1 death of Andrew Breitbart. His untimely death has been confirmed as "heart failure".

A press release was issued, which stated, "No prescription or illicit drugs were detected. The blood alcohol was .04%"

The press release then concluded with, "No significant trauma was present and foul play is not suspected."

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Much speculation has been made concerning the death of Andrew Breitbart, especially on the very day he was to begin releasing video and vetting Barack Obama and only hours after an interview with Sheriff Joe Arpaio. It was even suggested that he was assassinated by the CIA's "heart attack gun".

According to Craig Harvey the final autopsy reports will be released next week, though the press release states two weeks.

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