The last pictures taken of Bruce, circa July 10-20, 1973?

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September 13th, 2012, 10:49 pm #51

Yes, he looks strikingly different here than he does in The Big Boss/Fists of Fury. It would be interesting to know what diet and methods he was using to get down to such a low weight.
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Joined: September 21st, 2012, 7:50 pm

September 21st, 2012, 8:46 pm #52

In the picture, take a look at his arms.. There's nothing there.

Nice Slacks.
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September 22nd, 2012, 12:54 pm #53

He called him when he was working in Manila and told him about the headaches he'd been having. They continued through the 20th until he collapsed at Betty's place. Alkaloid chemicals in the cannabis were causing it. Dr. Wu told him the next time it would worsen because he was under a lot of pressure. The last time Bruce saw him was in June and had no complaints. Bruce should have went to Dr. Langford. He had his business card with him the 20th when they went through his clothes. Unfortunately...





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"He called him when he was working in Manila and told him about the headaches he'd been having. They continued through the 20th until he collapsed at Betty's place."

One more bullshit from you. Here is Unicorn says himself that he NEVER heard about headaches of Bruce Lee.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9IeXEWQ ... E-8RBibGNw
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September 23rd, 2012, 9:32 am #54

George Lazenby said in an interview that he talked to Bruce on the phone early in the afternoon of July 20th and Bruce complained of having a bad headache. Lazenby told Bruce that we could cancel dinner that nite if he was feeling unwell. Bruce said, No, I said I'll be there and I will.

What was happening at Cumberland Road before he left to go to Betty's? Concerning Bruce's stash - I think 2 who would have access would be Linda and Bruce's adopted brother Wu Ngan. Many like Bleecker think his stash was laced with something to cause his death. That means the 1st attempt happened on May 10th but all evidence indicates Bruce ingesting leaf before his collapse and convulsions. Getting him to hospital quickly saved his life.

Some say Bob Baker felt guilty about Bruce's death til the day he died. Be interesting to see if Baker was staying with Bruce at Cumberland Road and who else was there on July 20th - Wu Ngan's family etc. I can't believe none of this was not investigated at the time.
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September 24th, 2012, 7:36 am #55

Did one of the doctors on May 10th (I forget- Langford?) not administer a medication that is specifically for the treatment of poisoning?

Laced drugs seem to me as a fairly possible explanation, surely he had been back on it between May 10th and July 20th- he wouldn't have been off it for nearly two months would he?

Bad batch or laced batch?

I have also heard that B.Baker was fairly deep in depression following Bruce's death- would it be down to the fact he supplied the drugs that killed him? Or did he know something else?

Still can't get my head round the fact that Bruce's home- said to be ALWAYS full of people....was deserted that day? Bit too much of a coincidence don't you think?
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September 24th, 2012, 8:47 am #56

what are your thoughts on the 3 separate insurance policies that were taken out on Bruce's life in 1973?

"That a third policy (requested by Linda on April 30, 1973) through Lloyds of London for a staggering US$1,350,000 (US$17,500,000 in 2003) was issued ninety days later was patently alarming. The date upon which all three life insurance policies were in place was May 5, 1973." (UM Bleecker)

Also Baker and Ngan dissappeared from the BL scene in a long time. Was there pay-offs (or loans that were written off) to do with what they knew concerning Bruce's death?

"Baker was in Hong Kong in late July 1973 on the evening Bruce Lee died. Baker "borrowed" money from Linda Lee on his way out of town. HK$10,000 to be exact, advanced to him by Linda in the form of a personal loan. Baker never paid back one nickel of the loan, and like Wu Ngan, Linda never heard from him again.

US$55,000 (in 1968 equal to the full purchase price of Lee's Bel Air home and in 2002 the equivalent to over US$400,000!) in the form of a personal loan from Linda Lee to Wu Ngan a short time after Bruce died. And, no, not one cent of the "loan" was ever repaid." (UM Bleecker)
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Joined: August 18th, 2010, 9:44 am

September 24th, 2012, 8:54 am #57

Well that's just another litre of fuel on the flames, were they actually at the house and were paid not to be there? Or did something happen there that they were instructed not to tell?

Do they know something about Bruce's condition/state of mind on the days leading up to the day?

Or is it a simple case Linda didn't want them to mention his "affair/s" with Betty or what not to the press?

It's all very suspicious.....
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September 24th, 2012, 9:54 am #58


"He called him when he was working in Manila and told him about the headaches he'd been having. They continued through the 20th until he collapsed at Betty's place."

One more bullshit from you. Here is Unicorn says himself that he NEVER heard about headaches of Bruce Lee.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9IeXEWQ ... E-8RBibGNw

You're just some fool who needs to get a life and a name. I don't bother with anyone who starts trouble. Unicorn Chan did say that and it's a fact. I will NOT answer anymore of your BS. Period.

Rick
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September 24th, 2012, 8:17 pm #59

George Lazenby said in an interview that he talked to Bruce on the phone early in the afternoon of July 20th and Bruce complained of having a bad headache. Lazenby told Bruce that we could cancel dinner that nite if he was feeling unwell. Bruce said, No, I said I'll be there and I will.

What was happening at Cumberland Road before he left to go to Betty's? Concerning Bruce's stash - I think 2 who would have access would be Linda and Bruce's adopted brother Wu Ngan. Many like Bleecker think his stash was laced with something to cause his death. That means the 1st attempt happened on May 10th but all evidence indicates Bruce ingesting leaf before his collapse and convulsions. Getting him to hospital quickly saved his life.

Some say Bob Baker felt guilty about Bruce's death til the day he died. Be interesting to see if Baker was staying with Bruce at Cumberland Road and who else was there on July 20th - Wu Ngan's family etc. I can't believe none of this was not investigated at the time.
"Lazenby said in an interview that he talked to Bruce on the phone early in the afternoon of July 20th and Bruce complained of having a bad headache. Lazenby told Bruce that we could cancel dinner that nite if he was feeling unwell. Bruce said, No, I said I'll be there and I will."

Yes, Lazenby said it. But he didn't say that Bruce complained about headache before. Then again does it mean he already got anything caused of the headache before he came to the place he got dead? Or headache didn't connect with his death at all...it can be a headache of many reason...well, eveybody could have headache sometimes. If he really had so mad headache as Lazenby told, why he just didn't call the doctor as he knew once he was about to die because of brain edema?
As for 10th of May did Bruce really use drugs that day? Was it his first time when he used it? And if yes, don't you just think it looks strange he continued use it after it? I heard Bruce was really scared of what happened with him at 10.05.1973. Maybe in the drug was some poison? Too many questions and still no answers.
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September 24th, 2012, 8:58 pm #60

what are your thoughts on the 3 separate insurance policies that were taken out on Bruce's life in 1973?

"That a third policy (requested by Linda on April 30, 1973) through Lloyds of London for a staggering US$1,350,000 (US$17,500,000 in 2003) was issued ninety days later was patently alarming. The date upon which all three life insurance policies were in place was May 5, 1973." (UM Bleecker)

Also Baker and Ngan dissappeared from the BL scene in a long time. Was there pay-offs (or loans that were written off) to do with what they knew concerning Bruce's death?

"Baker was in Hong Kong in late July 1973 on the evening Bruce Lee died. Baker "borrowed" money from Linda Lee on his way out of town. HK$10,000 to be exact, advanced to him by Linda in the form of a personal loan. Baker never paid back one nickel of the loan, and like Wu Ngan, Linda never heard from him again.

US$55,000 (in 1968 equal to the full purchase price of Lee's Bel Air home and in 2002 the equivalent to over US$400,000!) in the form of a personal loan from Linda Lee to Wu Ngan a short time after Bruce died. And, no, not one cent of the "loan" was ever repaid." (UM Bleecker)
I have feeling that Beker really had no reason to kill Bruce Lee...more than it they were friends as I know.

Just my 2 cents.
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