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PostSubject: Odd news op?   Thu Jul 23, 2015 10:30 am

Body found after 2 weeks belonged to 'alien savior,' California woman says

“I can’t believe this. It's worse than a 'Twilight Zone' movie, and we have lived through hell," the mother of a woman involved in the case said.
By Doug G. Ware   |   July 23, 2015 at 4:16 AM
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SANTA MONICA, Calif., July 23 (UPI) -- A man whose body was discovered decomposing in a Southern California parking lot last week was believed by his fiancee to be an alien from another world, who had arrived on Earth to save humanity, the woman's attorney said Wednesday.
It's the latest detail in a bizarre death investigation that involves a theory of extraterrestrial intelligence, intrigue -- and a newly found arsenal of guns and ammo inside the man's home, KTLA-TV reported Wednesday.

The ordeal started July 4, while Jeffrey Lash and his fiancee of 17 years, Catherine Nebron, were at a Santa Monica grocery store. According to Nebron's attorney, Harlan Braun, Lash suddenly fell ill and suffered a seizure.



Nebron and her employee, Dawn VadBunker, attempted to render aid.

Dawn VadBunker



"They worked on him for three hours, trying to revive him and then he died," Braun said, also noting that Lash had battled cancer for more than a year.
Once it was known the man was dead, though, Braun said Nebron placed the body into her vehicle in the store's parking lot and departed with VadBunker for Oregon. Lash's body sat in the SUV and decomposed in the hot Southern California sun for nearly two weeks.
According to VadBunker's mother, Laura, neither woman reported the death to authorities because they believed Lash was a half human-half alien being from another world who had come to Earth to save humanity. They also reportedly believed he'd been working secretly with the U.S. government, and that federal agents would soon come by to collect the body.
Apparently, the women didn't disclose their travel plans to anyone, either. Two days later, on July 6, VadBunker's family reported her missing to police.
For her daughter's part, Laura VadBunker is afraid she may have suffered a mental breakdown.
"I can't believe this," she told KTLA-TV. "It's worse than a Twilight Zone movie, and we have lived through hell."
"It was craziness, it was nuts," Braun added.
Upon returning to Southern California -- and discovering that no government agency had come for her fiancé's remains -- Braun said Nebron finally notified police.
"When she came back, she was shocked that the agencies hadn't picked him up," he said. "So then she decided she had better call police."
However, at that point the ordeal took yet another bizarre turn.
Investigators were shocked themselves when they showed up this week at the couple's condo -- and found more than 1,200 firearms, 6 tons of ammunition, and $230,000 -- entirely in cash.
The Los Angeles Police Department is trying to sort out the case -- but it's not yet known exactly why Lash died, why he had so many firearms, or how he amassed all that money.
"It does not make any sense, but it's probably a continuation of this fantasy world where he is a secret man which he is supposed to not reveal who he really is," Braun said. "The whole issue for the police and me actually is, is it a murder or is it a natural death?"

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PostSubject: Re: Odd news op?   Thu Jul 23, 2015 10:31 am


Photo: Attorney Harland Braun
Enter Harland Braun.
The veteran criminal defense attorney has represented celebrities such as Robert Blake, Steven Seagal, Chris Farley, and one of the LAPD officers acquitted in the infamous Rodney King beating case. Braun says, “The problem is that the truth may be unbelievable.”
Braun claims his client, Nebron, believed her fiancée was a government undercover operative. She said he was being watched by those he was working for at an unnamed federal agency. She told Braun the man died on July 4th in Santa Monica after feeling hot and sick. She didn’t report the death, and didn’t know what to do with the body. So, she left it for the agency because she assumed they were tracking him.
Harland Braun says the woman took a trip to Oregon, and was surprised to find her dead man still in the vehicle where she parked it. He admits the story “sounds so bizarre.”
Braun added the understatement of the year by saying, “One of the mysteries of this guy is who he really is.” Kirk Albanese, Los Angeles Police Deputy Chief has said who he is not. Despite what the man claimed, he was not working for any government security agency.
The other big mystery is why the man had such an extraordinary collection of guns and ammo. We might find out soon. We might never know. There might be even more mysterious details to come with this Pacific Palisades Secret Arsenal.

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PostSubject: Re: Odd news op?   Thu Jul 23, 2015 10:37 am



Nebron is the Latin version of an Assyrian word for "hunter".

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PostSubject: Re: Odd news op?   Thu Jul 23, 2015 10:40 am

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This photo comes up when google image searching on "Jeffrey Lash", however, clicking on it brings you to this story (http://www.pressexaminer.com/body-of-man-decomposed-in-car-with-small-arsenal-at-home/7296) where the photo is not included...
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PostSubject: Re: Odd news op?   Thu Jul 23, 2015 10:47 am

Body of man decomposed in car with small arsenal at home


By Micheal Inzaghi -
July 23, 2015



She believes the identity of the 60-year-old as Jeffrey Alan Lash after receiving a call from the LA County corner’s office. Since then, authorities have also located eight of the 14 vehicles registered to Lash’s name, including a Toyota SUV “designed to drive underwater”, the Associated Press reports.

Shirley Anderson, 93, told reporters that although she was a longtime partner of the man’s deceased father, she didn’t know much about him because he mainly kept to himself.
As said by Craig Harvey, local Coroner Chief, investigators are still confirming that the man with the cache of guns is indeed this Jeffrey Lash. A formal identification has yet to be made of the body, which was badly decomposed.



After a dead body was found outside a home on Palisades Drive, more than 1,200 firearms and 2 tons of ammunition were discovered inside, police said.
LAPD Capt. William Hayes, who heads the department’s Robbery-Homicide Division, said the private gun collection was worth at least $500,000 and possibly more than $1 million.

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‘There are a lot of expensive guns here, ‘ Chief Albanese told The LA Times.
She contacted Braun, and together they contacted Los Angeles police, who found the body, guns and more. Police have said the man did not do such work for the government.
According to the LA Times, the dead man-whom neighbors say they knew as “Bob”-“claimed to have worked covertly for either the Federal Bureau of Investigation or the CIA”.
Lash told Nebron the government agencies would take care of his body and the items in the home, so Nebron and her friends took a trip to Oregon, distraught.
Anderson said she was stunned to learn of Lash’s death. What is known is that Lash was studying to be a scientist at UCLA for a brief period, but ultimately left. Anderson said that she had heard he would visit local gun shops, but never knew him to be an avid collector of firearms.
“He was just a loner, as far as we were concerned”, the elderly woman said.
‘He just became weird because he changed all of a sudden.’.
Anderson said Lash was sick and at one point sought holistic medicine for treatment. They say that Anderson had no idea what the man’s occupation even was, but did mention that he had been suffering from a physical illness at one time.

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