American actor Paul Walker had uncovered damning evidence connecting the Clinton Foundation to a conspiracy to illegally drug Haitians through food and medical supplies right before he died in a fatal car accident in 2013. The Fast & Furious star’s tragic death had raised many doubts about it being accidental after the official ruling declared that the Porsche Carrera GT he was traveling in lost control and crashed. Sources close to Walker have since come forward claiming that he had discovered information of depopulation plot in Haiti by Bill and Hillary Clinton’s Clinton Foundation. Outside of acting, Walker’s big passion was his nonprofit Reach Out Worldwide, which provided rescue and recovery aid in the wake of natural disasters, and in particular, he was working in Haiti and with victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
It was through this charity work that unearthed a conspiracy to secretly and illegally test a prototype of a permanent birth control drug, hidden in medicinal supplies and food aid, on the victims of the disaster. Paul Walker and the driver of the crashed car, Roger Rodas, were said to have been killed shortly after they were handed a “damning recording” that that would lift the lid on the plot.According to Epoch Times, Paul Walker and Roger Rodas were killed shortly after they discovered a conspiracy to supply victims of Typhon Haiyan with a prototype permanent birth control drug hidden in medicinal supplies and food aid.
The pair supposedly had “a damning recording” and they were on their way to rendezvous with an ally who would have helped them get in touch with the right people. An Epoch Times source stated:
“Turns out they were betrayed and someone rigged their car’s breaks to malfunction after a certain speed,” “Now that the loose end has been tied up, and the recording destroyed, the people responsible have nothing to fear as this will become another ‘conspiracy theory’ no one will take seriously.” Another associated theory is that the lack of skid marks helps prove a murder, as well as the fire that consumed much of the car and rendered the two bodies so far unidentifiable (officials are using dental records to confirm the bodies are Walker and Rodas). Sources at Always Evolving, the auto shop co-owned by Walker and Rodas, told TMZ that they saw evidence of a steering fluid leak, including a burst and subsequent trail.
The lack of skid marks before the point of impact–a tree–appear to align with the steering fluid leak, the sources said. Flames would typically be expected where the engine is in the rear of the car, but the fire in the front reinforces the theory of a fluid leak. However, officials later said that there was no evidence of a fluid leak. Another theory–one put forward by some officials–is that Rodas was speeding, which may have contributed to the crash. But one source said that the idea Rodas lost control, even if he was speeding, is preposterous. “Roger was a world class driver,” the source said.Investigators are trying to determine how fast the car was traveling and what caused it to go out of control, including whether the driver was distracted or something in the road prompted him to swerve.