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February 21st, 2018, 4:47 am #81


Besides the more sinister possibilities your post alludes to, I'm also pretty sure Brandon was very unimpressed with Raymond milking his Dad's name after his death, even inserting real funeral footage and Bruce's actual dead body in 1978's Game of Death to make a quick buck. Watched it again yesterday for the first time in a while, and seriously, could you get any more tasteless or disrespectful? Integrity obviously wasn't a strong point with Mr Chow. And yet on the other side of the coin, we have Raymond to thank for Bruce's fantastic films that we can still watch to this day. I'd say Brandon would've had very mixed feelings about Chow and yes, possibly his own suspicions too..
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February 22nd, 2018, 5:51 am #82

On July 20, Bruce Lee was in Hong kong and met producer Raymond Chow at 2 p.m. at home to discuss the coming film Game of Death. Then, they drove together to the home of Lee's colleague Betty Ting Pei who known as Lee's lover. Later Lee began to complain of a headache. Then Ting gave him an analgesic and help Lee lie down on her bed. When they found Lee did not show up for dinner, they felt something wrong with him. They went to Ting's bedroom but they could not wake him up anymore. At 11:30 p.m. the doctors announced Lee's death officially, it was ruled a "death by misadventure". Lee's untimely death shocked everyone who cared about him.

1. Mental Issues

One main reason caused Lee's death is that he seemed to have a serious mental issue. He could not control himself sometimes. About two months before Lee's death, his behavior started to be weird. Lee was a kind and patient person but he changed at that time. He become grumpy and always
got angry at small things. One famous scandal was that Lee put a knife on Wei Luo's neck and threatened he wanted to see what color his heart was. Although, Luo was not get along well with Lee, he was never threatened like that. Luo was terrified and called police immediately. Lee would never do this before. He also regretted threatening Luo like that. He did not mean doing that but he could not control his behaviors. Moreover, his wife Linda Emery also said that Lee always carried a weapon when he hung out along because he felt he would be attacked by someone. It showed that Lee had a serious dysthymia which could cause his death,

2. Overworked

Another reason of Lee's death is that he always requested himself to become better and desired to be successful. He could work desperately but he was not superman. His body could not support suck high-pressure tasks. In 1973, his condition had already been terrible. In that Summer, Lee was budding for his new film Enter the Dragon in the dubbing room. In order to avoid noise, they turned off air-conditions so that it was extremely hot in the budding room. After few minutes, Lee felt uncomfortable and left the room. However, he did not come back in a long time so his colleagues went out and found Lee lied on the ground in the bathroom. Fortunately, this time doctors save him but he refused to the brain scan because he wanted to maintain his strong image in public. If he could listen to doctors to do the brain scan, he might not die such early.

3. Using Electrical Muscle Stimulation

Lee also used electrical muscle stimulation to train his muscle which damaged his muscle at same time. This machine was brought from Japan and was banned later. It used high voltage to stimulate muscle which destroyed the balance between the nervous system and biological system. It can made Lee's muscle stronger in a short time but it did more damage inside Lee's body. Coincidentally, a actor named Yuan Jie also used this machine and also died without reasons one year after Lee's death.
https://www.nationalenquirer.com/celebr ... fidential/

A bombshell new investigation will blow the lid off Bruce Lee’s mysterious death and reveal he was murdered!

That’s the stunning revelation of a top Hollywood investigator, who declares the sinister plots behind the martial arts legend’s tragic death will finally come to light when their bodies are exhumed.

“Dig up Bruce Lee,” former Chicago cop turned Tinseltown private eye Paul Huebl said. “Modern CSI techniques can finally reveal the truth.”

Although it’s been 41 years since Bruce’s bizarre death at age 32, the debate about what REALLY happened still rages. Officially, the "Enter the Dragon" star died from brain trauma.

But millions worldwide believe that Lee was killed by powerful enemies who covered their tracks with the help of crooked cops.

Huebl notes the list of suspects includes his lovers, rival moviemakers and Kung Fu masters who were incensed that his films revealed ancient fighting secrets to the West.

“Officially, Lee’s autopsy report states he died of ‘cerebral edema’ that caused his brain to rapidly swell,” but it doesn’t answer why the condition occurred,” said Huebl.

On July 20, 1973, Bruce was visiting the Hong Kong home of Betty Ting Pei, a beautiful actress rumored to be his mistress. When he complained of a headache, she gave him Equagesic, a pill that mixes aspirin and muscle relaxant. He dozed off.

When Pei couldn’t wake Lee, she called producer Raymond Chow for help. By the time Chow arrived and brought the stricken superstar to the hospital, it was too late.

“A trace of marijuana was in his bloodstream, probably leading to the official pronouncement of ‘death by misadventure,’ ” says the investigator.

“But none of the autopsy doctors could agree on what killed him, and any American coroner would laugh at the idea that smoking a little pot contributed to his death.

“This smacks of a cover-up and cries for the investigation to be reopened, this time with an American doctor doing the work.”

Bruce is buried in Seattle. If his body is exhumed, a new autopsy would use scientific tests that were not available in 1973.

“Some of his hairs would be sent for toxicological study to see if someone poisoned him,” explains Huebl. “There are deadly odorless and colorless chemicals the original doctors didn’t even bother looking for.

“A new doctor would also examine the condition of his internal organs, not just his brain, and review photos and X-rays from the original autopsy.”

That could prove – or eliminate – a popular theory that the martial arts sensation was slain by Dim Mak assassins who practice “the Vibrating Palm Touch of Death”.

“It’s an ancient Kung Fu move where a trained master can lay a hand on a victim’s chest to reverse the body’s

energy, causing a delayed death,” he explains. “Hong Kong crime syndicates use assassins who look like Shaolin monks but are highly lethal. They could have killed Lee if they felt he wasn’t respectful enough.

“A Chinese coroner might have seen the telltale organ damage and not reported it – but an American doctor wouldn’t cover it up.”

Huebl added: “Bruce Lee was a global hero who should have had a long life but was cut down in his prime. It’s time, finally, to put his controversial death to rest and find justice."
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February 22nd, 2018, 7:11 pm #83

That article by the acclaimed National Enquirer is over 3 years old and suffice it to say, Bruce Lee wasn't exhumed.
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February 22nd, 2018, 7:58 pm #84

Besides the more sinister possibilities your post alludes to, I'm also pretty sure Brandon was very unimpressed with Raymond milking his Dad's name after his death, even inserting real funeral footage and Bruce's actual dead body in 1978's Game of Death to make a quick buck. Watched it again yesterday for the first time in a while, and seriously, could you get any more tasteless or disrespectful? Integrity obviously wasn't a strong point with Mr Chow. And yet on the other side of the coin, we have Raymond to thank for Bruce's fantastic films that we can still watch to this day. I'd say Brandon would've had very mixed feelings about Chow and yes, possibly his own suspicions too..
I was reading the comment section of a video where Jackie Chan was talking about Bruce, and my interest was piqued by this guy's comment:

"Very interesting: 06:58 where Jackie states my boss went to pick him up.. then look at the facial expression (an expression of should I have said that) immediately followed by "sent him to the hospital". Usually when high profile people die (father, son) etc. like the Kennedys - something is fishy."



Jackie's last comment in the Bruce segment ("just normal die at somebody's house, that's all") makes me want to say:

"Bullsh!t, Mr. Chan man!"
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February 22nd, 2018, 11:33 pm #85

Besides the more sinister possibilities your post alludes to, I'm also pretty sure Brandon was very unimpressed with Raymond milking his Dad's name after his death, even inserting real funeral footage and Bruce's actual dead body in 1978's Game of Death to make a quick buck. Watched it again yesterday for the first time in a while, and seriously, could you get any more tasteless or disrespectful? Integrity obviously wasn't a strong point with Mr Chow. And yet on the other side of the coin, we have Raymond to thank for Bruce's fantastic films that we can still watch to this day. I'd say Brandon would've had very mixed feelings about Chow and yes, possibly his own suspicions too..
In 'Stoner' Lazenby is beaten up outside. We then see him unconscious on a bed, with Ting Pei in the room - later we find out he is from Seattle. Was this just Chows strange sense of humour or was he trying to tell us something.
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February 23rd, 2018, 8:29 am #86

I've always found it a tad shady that Wu Ngan agreed to be in Stoner - playing a gangster, no less.
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February 25th, 2018, 8:43 am #87

The story we were told all these years is hogwash to begin with. Since we're told it was Chow and Betty who last saw Bruce alive, let's try to understand where were people who supposedly had more invested in his life:

* Linda & the children. Exactly WHERE TF were they on July 20th?

* Wu Ngan & his family. They lived WITH The Lee's. Where were THEY?

* George Lazenby. He wanted to meet with Lee over possibilities regarding GOD, and was in the poor house, so he was hanging on to whatever Bruce was saying to him.

* Bob Baker. Allegedly, Baker supplied Bruce's various contraband; ie drugs and firearms. No one EVER talks about the man Lee referred to before HK Media as his 'Bodyguard'. Well, if being a bodyguard was a part of his responsibility, he FAILED MISERABLY!

I believe Chow set the stage for various events on that fateful day. He had more than likely been informed that Bruce's time is up. The insurance polices that came into order ON THE SAME DATE in May cannot be overlooked. Linda was probably warned to get the children out of the home... Same for Wu Ngan. Bruce was either met by Chow and or OTHERS, and taken away from the Cumberland address. Betty's flat was a destination because people who saw Bruce there knew of his regular visits and didn't have suspicion. What is interesting is someone living in that build reported loud noises coming from there. Chow left, Lee was alone with Betty, and more than likely some thugs were there. Lee, being drugged with a soft drink, wasn't able to protect himself. They got him. The cleanup and wait for expiration ensues. There was never an intent to get him to hospital for he needed to be dead THAT DAY. He was soon to leave HK FOR a whirlwind of promotion for ETD and it was now or never... If they'd done this AFTER the release of ETD it would draw international attention. Remember, he wasn't a GLOBAL celebrity, yet.
This is the first I've heard than a neighbor of Ting Pei heard 'loud noises.' That would be a clincher.
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