Controversy quickly filled in the gaps of knowledge about the death of Andrew Breitbart. The right-wing agitator had shared a few drinks at a LA restaurant with a marketing executive. The conservative provocateur sipped at his wine, while engaging the man about politics. The conversation was aggressive, yet friendly, and several other drinkers engaged the pundit."He wasn’t drinking excessively." THe man reported to the Press.Walking home after that encounter Andrew Breitbart collapsed on the sidewalk. The hospital pronounced him dead at 12:19am. He was 43 years old. The coroner is investigating the cause of death, but talk-show host Michael Savage rushed to judgment with a claim that his fellow traveler was assassinated by Obama operatives seeking to prevent the release of a politically harmful video linking the then-senator from Illinois to radicals Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn.“He threatened the president at CPAC with video that could derail the president’s campaign,” Savage said on his show. “I pray it was natural causes, but we’ll never know the truth.”Comments from grieving rightists are calling for a Warren Commission on Breitbart's death, but I have another conspiracy theory, which accuses Rupert Murdoch of having his henchmen murder Breitbart to bury his knowledge about phone-hacking in the USA. Breitbart's outing of congressman's Anthony Weiner's sex text led to the resignation of the NY representative. A man like Rupert Murdoch knows the best way to cover your tracks is to place someone else in your shoes.He knows nothing.