Tiger Woods’ car accident is one of the strangest we’ve seen in a long time.
When it happened the first time, we were told right away that it was a “accident” and that Tiger was not to blame.
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He had also been “tested” and was not under the influence of anything, we were told.
Following that, some experts suggested that it was a case of “distracted driving,” and that Tiger might have dozed off behind the wheel.
The next unusual occurrence occurred when we were informed that Tiger had not been cleared and that the investigation was still ongoing.
At that point, a warrant was given to seize Tiger’s car’s “black box,” and we were informed that new tests would be conducted to see if any drugs had affected his driving.
Since Tiger and Trump are such good friends, it was beginning to sound like a political hit job.
But then came the forensic findings from the “black box,” which revealed something very interesting and potentially “damaging” to Tiger.
Tiger never touched the brakes, according to the black box.
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That means something wasn’t quite right, and it wasn’t a typical accident.
That was the last we heard about it…until today…
I’ve got to warn you, folks, the mystery is only getting deeper.
Take a look:
AP: Detectives find cause of Tiger Woods crash but won't reveal
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) March 31, 2021
The investigators charged with determining the cause of the Tiger Woods crash have done so, but they aren’t publishing the findings due to “privacy concerns.”
When asked about the results, L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said he wouldn’t release them until Tiger’s camp gave him permission.
Villanueva said, “A cause has been identified, and the investigation has come to a conclusion.”
“We’ve made contact with Tiger Woods and his team… There are some privacy concerns about sharing details about the case, so we’ll ask them if they’ll waive the privacy concerns, and then we’ll be able to disclose all of the information about the accident.”
Villanueva didn’t go into detail about why he needed Tiger’s permission to release the details.
I’m not sure what to make of this.
Officials should be allowed to disclose the details without Tiger’s consent if it was anything “illegal,” because he’d be prosecuted.
That, however, does not seem to be the case.