Tracy Lawrence, who blew the whistle on the robo-signing fraud, has turned up dead after failing to appear in court.
The cops have already ruled out homicide. (that sure was quick - hmm).
The lady was 43, and was facing one count of notary fraud for a maximum 1 year sentence and a $2,000 fine. Probably not suicide. The ones she ratted out are facing over 600 counts. They're in a lot more trouble.
Seeing as too many suspicious deaths in recent years have been ruled as suicides, I don't trust any rules of "not homicide" where there are whistleblowers or controversial political figures dead. It's too likely that some coroners in major cities are "owned".
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