Was This Man Found Dead With Over 1,200 Guns In His Home A Secret Agent?

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I’m gonna go with yes, because when someone tells me they have a lot of guns, I expect them to own seven guns. Or 15 guns. Maybe 18. I have never, ever assumed that a regular human could somehow obtain 1,200 guns. At least not by legal methods. Some flags would be raised.

But Jeffrey Alan Lash had 1,200 guns in his home, as well as an accompanying 13,000 pounds of ammunition (that’s not a typo). He was found dead in an SUV near his home, his body decomposing.

When authorities went to his house, they found the quite literal insane amount of guns. That wasn’t it. Alongside the weapons and ammo, according to the AP, “they also located eight of the 14 vehicles stashed around Los Angeles registered to the man, including an SUV designed to drive underwater.”

That sounds like a spy to me. His wife, Catherine Nebron, agreed.

Lash and Nebron were together for 17 years and she believed him when he told her that he worked as an undercover operative for unnamed government agencies, Braun said.

His death is just plain as weird.

Lash’s lawyer, Harland [Braun] said Nebron and two friends were in a car at a supermarket early July 4, when Lash felt hot and had trouble breathing.

“He wouldn’t go to a hospital and didn’t want any 911 call,” Braun said. When he died, Nebron parked him in a car down the street from the condo they shared, the lawyer said.

Lash told Nebron the government agencies would take care of his body and the items in the home, so Nebron and her friends took a trip to Oregon, distraught.

Okay. It gets even odder, though.

When they returned about 10 days later, Nebron was shocked to still see Lash’s body in the car.

Yea. I’m gonna go with spy. Or possibly disavowed spy. What do you think, Bros?


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