Cannabis Murder Mystery – Did a hiker die from a marijuana overdose or from the huge gunshot wound in his chest?

Cannabis Murder Mystery: Why do police claim Aron Christensen died of a ‘marijuana overdose’ when he was clearly shot in the chest? 2Fymhftt%3Fresponsive%3Dtrueis_nightmode%3Dtrue

Police told the family of an Oregon man found dead on a hiking trail that he probably died of a Marijuana overdose or heart attack; after the family demanded an autopsy they discovered he had been shot in the head. Police still refuse to say whether they’re investigating his murder. I’m sorry WHAT!? from trees

The big question everyone is asking is — what exactly happened to Aron Christensen, a 49-year-old bearded dude from Portland. He was found dead on a remote trail in Washington’s Cascade Mountains. Beside him lay the lifeless body of his 4-month-old puppy.

When police informed the family, their first report was that they suspected he was having a “heart attack.” At a later date, one of the detectives theorized that it might have been a “weed overdose” since they found some cannabis among his belongings.

When it was discovered that he was indeed shot in the chest, you’d think the police would update their stories – but they didn’t.

They also reportedly had a suspect who fairly admitted firing a gun near the scene, but as the child is “connected” and from a “good family” no one has been charged with anything.

Christensen’s family is left with questions police won’t answer, which makes you think – is this a cover-up?

Well, let’s take a look at what we know…

A body was found

To know why Aron was on a remote hiking trail. You must first understand who Aron is. This bearded musician was deeply rooted in the punk rock movement. He was an “outside” guy by nature and played bass.

He even toured with Sublime before they exploded.

He had a close-knit group of friends who went to camp every August. Then he split from the group and went “hiking alone” for hours, sometimes for days. Needless to say, the guy knew how to navigate the wilderness.

According to his friend’s group, he wanted to take a wilderness trail and would take about two days to get there. That was the last time they heard from him.

About a week after Aron left, his body was found by another hiker next to the body of his 4-month-old puppy.

Initial reports from the police indicate that it could have been a heart attack. However, as time went on, it became more and more absurd.

According to Oregon Live;

On a call with the family, a detective theorized that the 49-year-old Portland man, who hiked the Walupt Lake Trail alone with his dog during a camping trip with friends in late August, may have died from marijuana they found among his found belongings. “What if it was laced up?” said the detective. Another detective said Christensen had a “widowmaker’s heart.”

This begs the question – “What the actually f*ck!”

First, these law enforcement officers seem incredibly “chilly” in the face of the sudden death of a sane man, and the theory that a lifelong stoner would be smoking “laced” weed just goes to show how little contact they have with the average cannabis user.

I’ve been smoking cannabis for 20 years. I can assume that Aron probably smoked for 30 years or more. Weed is nothing new for a guy who played in Sublime Bass.

As a seasoned stoner, you would know right away if your weed is “laced”. More importantly, you can easily rule out the “top theory” simply by testing the weed in a lab. Given that this is a murder case, you’d think it would have priority.

Nonetheless, this was the “working theory” of the investigators handling the case. When Christensen’s family continued to press for answers, they received no cooperation from the police. In one case, they were even scolded by the police because “reporters got involved”.

Eventually, an article asking the very question, “What happened to Aron Christensen” finally prompted the police to take public action.

The pig shrinkage…

It turns out the cops might “know” something and decided to keep the information from the public. Since the article sparked public interest, they forced her to reveal that they did in fact have a suspect.

In fact, one could argue that they had more than one suspect.

The sheriff’s office released the cause of death — a gunshot — referring to prosecutors’ charges of first-degree manslaughter and first-degree animal abuse against Ethan Michael Asbach, a 20-year-old from Tenino, Washington. and his 17-year-old girlfriend, who has not been publicly named.

Two days after Aron Christensen’s death, Asbach reportedly told detectives that on the evening of August 19, he and the girl had hiked the Walupt Lake Trail to drive to Sheep Lake Campground to meet up with his father on a hunting trip .

Asbach said that around 9 p.m. he heard growling noises and saw the eyes of what he believed to be a wild animal, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office. Asbach said he fired a single shot “out of fear,” the sheriff’s office said in the statement. The young couple said they checked the area and saw a dead man and dog. They hiked on, took the wrong path, and left the forest the next day, they said. Someone in the Asbach family apparently called the sheriff’s office on Aug. 21.
SOURCE: OREGON LIVE (full article on Reddit)

When it turned out that there was no mistake in Aron being shot, and this Asbach kid basically admitted to shooting Aron, or “some animal noises in the night”, the police decided to put on their “creative thinking caps”, to come up with more plausible stories such as

The sheriff’s office did not clarify whether detectives or the coroner discovered the gunshot wound before Asbach’s family contacted authorities. They also didn’t say if, after realizing Christensen had been shot, they returned to the scene to look for additional evidence. The autopsy report for Christensen’s dog has yet to be released, so it’s not yet known exactly what happened to him.

On Aug. 29, the coroner called the family to say a bullet had been found in Aron Christensen, Corey Christensen wrote in notes sternly scrawled during phone calls with officers.

But the next day, an MP was still speculating that Aron Christensen might have died of a heart attack, possibly before he was shot, according to Christensen’s brother.

Yes, you read that right – he conveniently had a heart attack just before he was shot in the chest. It makes perfect sense!

The grunting noises… like an animal! The cops got it!

Except when the Lewis County Attorney’s Office looked at the case files, they sent them back to the police citing “Missing Lab Reports” and documents.

So at this point we either have the most useless cops on the planet, or they know exactly what happened and are covering for the Asbach boy because he comes from a ‘good family’.

However, if the shooter was a random boy named Joe from Nowhere’s Ville USA, you’d probably already have the guy in jail. Which shows that dealing with the “right people” is very helpful in manslaughter.

Unless, of course, you’re Jeffrey Epstein (who didn’t kill himself, by the way).

The peasant class

This crime thriller appears to be a tale as old as time. A peasant died and a nobleman was responsible. There are some people who are “above the law,” and while no legal action has been taken against Asbach, it may never materialize.

This is because some people can “fix” problems without having to go through the “proper channels”. When you have enough money and influence, your threshold for breaking the law is very different.

Of course, sometimes even money and influence can’t shield you from the horrors of your crimes, but the Christensen vs. Asbach storyline seems to elude the 2-tier society we live in today.

This 2-class society is divided into a class composed of “Lifer politicians” and “mega-corporations” that spread across all sectors of society. No, they are not organized as such – but they are geared for their own benefit, and that is why these “megacorporations” spend billions on lobbyists who serve the “lifetime politicians” who legislate on behalf of the billionaire class.

The politician is essentially an avatar to make the individual believe they have “power” at the big boys table… except, the politician is implicitly fog and mirrors. They serve the billionaire class that shapes government and law to benefit their bottom line.

We – the consumers of the world – exist in Tier 2. All the laws apply to you, you are the cog in the machine. They’re led by the carrot, but when shit goes wrong, the whip will do! If you die, the public enforcement won’t care too much about solving the problem. However, should one of these “top dogs” die – rest assured that all available resources will be used to “solve the problem as quickly as possible”.

And with just enough money, they can even make everything disappear! Like magic!

We the product!

The first thing you need to learn from Aron Christensen’s story is that some people have more privilege than others — and the color of their skin isn’t the reason.

It is true that there is a class of citizens throughout the world who benefit from the labors of the many. These are the people at the top of the “social food chain” and have no problem laying off thousands to protect their profits.

So far, no one has been charged with anything in the Aron Christensen case, although someone has basically admitted they shot him… but the police are messing around… fumbling with the case.

If it had been reversed and Asbach the victim, how do you think the police would have handled the case? Probably very different.

If that makes you mad – GOOD!

The truth is you should be crazy. You live in the illusion of freedom, but in reality you do not live in an “equality field”. The ruling class wants you to believe it’s about race – but there are also a lot of poor white people everywhere.

The truth is that there is a ruling class that keeps the pawns (or product) in check. They make us fight each other by pretending there’s “right and left” when in reality it’s a two-headed beast with the same body.

The reason I wrote about this story is that it serves as a means for people to “wake up.” It also honors the life of Aron, who seemed like a pretty cool guy.

I send my condolences to the family and my dissatisfaction to the police.




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