Was This Dead Oil Exec’s Car Hacked?

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You ever notice with stories like this, investigators never even consider the possibility of foul play?

The media is already floating the idea Aubrey McClendon might have committed suicide, yet murder? Never once mentioned, as if it’s not even remotely feasible that someone might want to silence a billionaire oil exec who co-founded the largest independent gas producer in the country on the morning after he’s federally indicted on bid rigging charges?

Meanwhile, with technology as hackable as it is these days, bicycles are starting to look better and better all the time…

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  • Mike

    of course his car was hacked. He was breitbarted.

  • Helluva3ngineer

    My understanding is that these auto companies are putting all of the systems on the same bus, with no regard to security. If that’s true it’s most likely deliberate. There are already documented cases of people hacking the stereo bluetooth system and stopping the vehicle.

    • Reverend Draco

      Chrysler had to recall 1.4 million cars because some kids with a smartphone app hacked a Jeep.

      On-Star equipped vehicles are vulnerable, as is any vehicle using a dongle like the “Snapshot” insurance one.

  • Reverend Draco

    I knew he was Hastinged the first time I heard about it. . .

  • jim_robert

    Once the leftists are done, all we will be ABLE to afford is bicycles.

    That is, of course, except for the Learjet leftists like Michelle-Marie Antoinette Obama, the Hollywierd limousine liberals, etc.

  • SP_88

    It’s like watching a bad movie where the main character is the only one who sees what’s really going on. There are many videos showing exactly how a modern vehicle can be hacked into so that the car can be controlled remotely. The gas, breaks, steering, seatbelts and anything else can be controlled by someone with a laptop. All they would have to do is hack his vehicle and then follow him. And when he was near the bridge they could just force the vehicle to speed up and then force it to steer abruptly to the left and into the concrete bridge at 70 or 80 miles per hour. And when he crashes, they just shut the laptop and keep driving.
    This is an obvious possibility to anyone who knows anything. So if the ones who are investigating this don’t know about it, it’s because they were told to not know anything about it.