I know, I know. It’s insane. But you know the Internet. There must be one of those laws that say if a situation or event can be explained by a conspiracy, then it will. Nothing in life can ever just happen randomly. There has to be some kind of nefarious plot behind it. People are often more apt to believe a conspiracy because it at least provides a possible answer to one of those things the universe coughs up on a regular basis. If the “explanation” is even reasonably plausible, it will take on a life of its own.
The hashtag #chesterbennington murdered was trending on Sunday which stemmed from a fake story claiming that both Chester and Chris Cornell were murdered to cover up a pedophile ring. More specifically, they were killed because they were both about the blow the cover on a ring of pedos. I quote:
The close friends, who were working on exposing notorious entertainment industry pedophiles, died in the same way – with Bennington’s death taking place on what would have been Cornell’s 53rd birthday.
Please. This site has a reputation of spreading bullshit.
This is fake, fake, FAKE. The article contains unsubstantiated claims and a bogus quote from an anonymous (of course!) quote from within the LAPD.
Not-so-strangely, the author of the article, one Baxter Dmitry, doesn’t seem to be available for comment.