Paul Walker Warns Fans From Fake Death: ‘If one day the speed kills me, do not cry because I was smiling’

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By Riza Ornos | December 27, 2013 8:08 PM EST

"If one day the speed kills me, do not cry because I was smiling," a haunting statement allegedly made by Paul Walker after his tragic accident. The statement is reportedly a warning to all his fans from his faked death, an elaborate hoax achieved with the help of the entire crew and production team of the "Fast & Furious."

According to a post from nodisinfo.com, a conspiracy theorists website, Paul Walker's death is a hoax and the site confirmed that the fake death is true due to a number of reasons:

1. Jim Torp, an eyewitness, during the fiery accident seemed to have a questionable reaction and behavior. He was the one who broke the news to Paul's 22-year-old girlfriend and told "Hollywood Life" during an interview that Jasmine collapsed when she heard the news.

"Paul's girlfriend was standing next to me when I got the phone call,' said Torp to the magazine. 'When I told her what happened she fell, she collapsed." But according the website, Torp is lying about the whole incident since Jasmine looks completely fine based on the picture posted in the site. Her body language proves Paul's death to be a fraud as she caught laughing in the scene of the accident.

2. The death was all Hollywood in action using plenty of smoke and mirrors as the site further investigates. Report says that according to the video there is one or two people are seen in the fiery car crash wearing fire-resistant suits as they move around, and one man is allegedly holding a type of flame thrower.

3. A fire truck is parked around the corner in case the fire will go out of control. The plate number of the red Porsche Carrera GT does not match to the plate number found in the car crash scene, so it means the there are two cars used in Paul Walker's fake death.

4. The place of the crash is in a parking lot and there is no way that the car can go 100 mph. Like the Hasting scam, the crash could easily have been faked and there is no evidence to prove otherwise.

5. Based on the scene of the accident, it appears that someone cut or unbolted the lamp-post. There is a planted hat in the scene to depict that one of the car's occupants are wearing one.

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