As mentioned before on this blog, family, friends and others who care about the deceased should always do further investigation on the who, what, when, where, why and how when it comes to the deaths of their loved ones in or related to the entertainment industry.
Years ago, many of us who were trained by some great people who once worked for mainstream media and others who were genuinely honest people, knew the power of truth. We sought angles in stories that manifested honesty and looked to hold people accountable who participated in activities that were morally and ethically not right. But these days, we live in a world led by many who don't want any finger-pointing when it comes to what is right and wrong. Rather, they are merely concerned about bettering their lifestyles by any means necessary. Lies are more favorable than truth. Compromise is best if it means winning. Evil is good and good is evil. This is the kind of teaching that has been around for centuries, but seems to be promoted often even if it means taking a few good men and women off the face of this earth prematurely.
Consider this, if someone is responsible for reporting the news of some high profile individuals, sharing thought-provoking information, creating a top secret invention, or some other very confidential plan or object, why would any loved one assume that the death of an important figure head at one's company "is what it is" or "things just happen"? Pay the survivors enough "hush" money and provide better lifestyles and it isn't any wonder that no one breaks their silence, shares personal thoughts with the public about why and how loved ones really died, or performs any investigations--at least none we know about.
Prior to the death of one reporter (I choose not to mention at this time), I found it quite odd that this week the following occurred: spiritually I heard the words "anchor," revisited subject matter on "whistle-blowing," read words "microwave, radiation," conducted research on "workplace mobbing/bullying," and recalled a researcher who died suddenly less than a year later after finding out some truth about a certain wealthy organization several years back.
I know there are those human enemies of truth-tellers/seekers, but then there are also unseen forces that work as well on those who want very much to be at the top of their games come hell or high water. Oftentimes the rush to achieve, be noticed, and obtain much wealth comes with a heavy price. A price that many didn't anticipate or backed out of their affiliations/oaths, because they just couldn't fathom doing some things they really didn't want to do.
Be careful being lured into the temptation to sell one's soul to the devil. Further, don't be so quick to push your relatives into crafts you don't fully know about, and would never go to any extreme lengths to put any real time or effort into. RIP to those who worked so hard, but in the end got so little peace in their lives.