Brittany Murphy, Whistleblower, and the Government

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The Government, the Whistleblower and the Hollywood Starlet: Why a New Documentary Blames U.S. Deparment of Homeland Security
When Brittany Murphy died back in 2009, many believed the actress’s abuse of prescription drugs and historic eating disorders were to blame. But now a controversial documentary claims her demise was far more sinister.


Brittany Murphy

New allegations in Brittany Murphy’s death case
June 10, 2012 By: Julia

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  1. Mary Coon says:

    As a proofreader and someone who has listened to the interview with and about Julia Davis, I would like to state that although you kept on topic and more than proved the possibility for such a headline… you would have had much more reliability and backing in your statements if you had taken time to read the shoddy transcription of her interview which you pasted in your article for everyone to read. I don’t know if you are paying a third world transcriptionist but when working with such detailed and serious issues, I would recommend that you pay a native english speaker to do your transcriptions or if you are copying from another source, don’t count on their reliability without proofreading for yourself. The transcription when you read it and mentally replace the correct words bears out what you say. When read literally, it becomes a jumble of coherent phrases pasted together with words that clearly are unrelated or do not even exist in the english language.

    1. TheEditor says:

      Thank you for your thoughtful and insightful input.

      This article was not written by one of our on-staff writers, but a writer that rarely does any work for us. I will be sure to let her know what shoddy work that she has done and I am sure that she will appreciate being publicly admonished for it.