The Tiger Woods car cash case just took a strange turn – no pun intended.
Police are now getting a search warrant to further examine Tiger’s car.
I can’t help but wonder – are Cali officials zeroing in on Tiger Woods because he’s a friend of President Trump?
And don’t call me a conspiracy theorist – because, in today’s highly political world, it’s an obvious question..and especially after this bizarre turn of events the case has taken.
Police officials have just requested a criminal search warrant to investigate the “black box” of Tiger’s car.
I did an article a few days back, where many experts are now thinking the accident happened as a result of some kind of distracted driving – the experts I reported on think Tiger fell asleep behind the wheel.
The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department has reportedly executed a search warrant to retrieve the electronic “black box” from the car Tiger Woods was driving “to determine if a crime was committed.”
The legendary golfer lost control of the 2021 Genesis GV80 he was driving on Feb. 23 while in southern California, crossing the median and two lanes of oncoming traffic and winding up in a ravine. Woods suffered severe injuries, including a compound fracture to one leg and a shattered ankle.
“We’re trying to determine if a crime was committed,” Los Angeles Sheriff’s Deputy John Schloegl told USA Today. “If somebody is involved in a traffic collision, we’ve got to reconstruct the traffic collision. If there was any reckless driving, if somebody was on their cell phone or something like that. If there was no crime, we close out the case, and it was a regular traffic collision.”
The piece goes on to say that shortly after the accident, officials said that no data was recorded from the vehicle’s black box that could show how fast Woods was going at the time of the crash.
The sheriff’s department issued a statement to USA Today to clarify the conflicting information provided by officials early on. “The Sheriff spoke about the information known at that time and said it appeared to be a traffic accident,” the statement said. “However, the traffic collision investigation is (on)going and traffic investigators have not made any conclusions as to the cause of the collision.”
The sheriff’s department has ruled out intoxication as a cause of the crash and officials said on the day of the accident that there “was no evidence of impairment.”
I think they’re going with the “experts” theory that perhaps Tiger fell asleep, or that he was on his phone at the time of the crash.
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