" Paul Walker Faked His Own Death": Peaceful Rest to "Fast And Furious" Actor Not Possible?

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By Sonalee singh | December 30, 2013 7:29 PM EST

Paul Walker's fake death rumors may not let him rest in peace. The recent claims by website called nodisinfo say that Paul Walker is still alive and has faked his death.

However, Walker's fans have called such claims rubbish and they are outraged by such conspiracy theories. Walker's fans think that such insensitive claims will not let Paul Walker's soul rest in peace.

Several "Fast And Furious" fans wrote:

@domdamotta: "Paul Walker didn't fake his death let him rest in peace."

‏@CillaBrady: "Why would Paul Walker fake his own death?! Let the dead rest in peace!"

@Saigeeyy06: "I'm pretty sure Paul Walker would not fake his death. I really wish it was true but I doubt it."

@LiLtAYMEl: "WHY WOULD PAUL WALKER FAKE HIS DEATH? damnit I'm pisssed."

@WCL_Shawn: "New law for 2014: everything you post on Facebook needs Snopes verification. I assure you Paul Walker's crew did not fake his death."

@Detroit_7_23_67: "The same breed of people who thought Sandy Hook was fake now claim Paul Walker faked his own death. They're called Scum. #Horrible."

@_Sean_Donnelly_: "Paul Walker didn't fake his death. People believe everything they read and take it for the truth. Have some respect for his family."

Do you think media outlets such as nodisinfo are milking out as much publicity as they can from Fast and Furious star death?

The website has even published photos of Paul Walker's family and friends fabricating the scene of his death and of Walker 's girlfriend Jasmine Gosnell laughing.

Along with the photographic evidence, the website wrote, "It has been proven beyond a shadow of a doubt, here, that the accident is a fabrication and that there wasn't any real car crash. Rather, what is seen is imagery of a man-made car fire and a car pre-placed in position to be incinerated: without either Walker or Rodas inside."

We wonder what Walker's family must be thinking of such fake claims. None of his family members has said anything about the fake death claims.

We hope that such rumors die out soon and that Walker's soul may rest in peace.

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