Well I can post it or not post it, but the truth of the matter is the LA County Coroner’s Office has released its report, and Whitney Houston died from accidental drowning. The sad part is that the coroner’s office believes cocaine was a contributing factor along with heart disease from years of cocaine abuse. There are many people who feel that Whitney’s memory shouldn’t be tainted with the negative things she did throughout her life, and there are people like me who feel it’s an opportunity to testify to the struggles all humans face. I don’t think less of Whitney Houston because she used drugs, in fact, I think highly of her for sharing her testimony regarding her drug use. I think highly of her for trying to kick her addiction and I think highly of her for being a loving mother through it all. There are not many people who can be so open or honest about their life, and still try to save others by teaching them about God’s love. Whitney Houston is worth all the honor, no matter what.
Harvey described the cocaine level in Whitney’s system as “acute” — indicating Whitney used the drug not long before she accidentally drowned in a bathtub…According to Harvey, the autopsy revealed a 60% narrowing of Whitney’s arteries — a direct result of the chronic cocaine use. Harvey claims the artery constriction led to a cardiac event before her death. As for the other drugs in her system — marijuana, Benadryl, Flexeril, and Xanax — which Harvey claims were all at or below therapeutic levels … and did not significantly contribute to her death.
So according to TMZ, here is what the coroner report reveals about that tragic night. I hope everyone can find some peace now, although this report only creates more questions:
Last night’s Million Hoodie March for Trayvon Martin in NYC was a huge hit. I am so proud of all the people that showed up in Union Square to stand up for justice and to fight for Trayvon Martin. I couldn’t attend the New York rally cause I live in Texas, but I still want to share a few pics with you of your fellow Americans standing up for justice. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so…
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More pictures when you continue…