From: Marine Essentials
To: Dean Sanpei,
Subject: High Blood Pressure is the #3 cause of Heart Attack.
Date: Wed Oct 30 11:26:55 MDT 2013

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By Ed O'Keefe
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his family believed he had started using drugs again in the month before his death.According to investigators, the crash occurred a day after Hastings returned from New York, where his wife was living at the time, and hours before a brother was due to join another family member in urging Hastings to go to detox. Family members said Hastings had been using the hallucinogenic DMT recently, though the drug was not detected in a blood test after the crash.The names of family members who spoke to investigators were redacted in the report.The report said a family member had last seen Hastings passed out at home about three hours before the crash. The person said Hastings had been smoking marijuana the night before the crash.Investigators said Hastings was found after the crash with a medicinal marijuana identity card in his wallet, and that the drug apparently was used to ease post-traumatic stress disorder after his assignments in Afghanistan and Iraq.The report also noted that Hastings had hit a pole while driving several years ago and was possibly misusing Ritalin at the time. He was later institutionalized for rehabilitative care.A family member told investigators Hastings didn't have a history of suicide attempts but believed he was invincible and could jump off a balcony and be fine.At the time of his death, Hastings was working as a contributing editor for Rolling Stone and wrote about politics for Buzzfeed.He won a 2010 George Polk August 20, 2013: Kevin Reichel, left, of Reichel Funeral Home, watches along with Steve Paul, of Freemansburg Pa., and his daughter Robyn Paul as Lindsey Knupp, right, director of promotions and entertainment for the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs minor league baseball team, reads the winning essay written by Steve Paul during the middile of the sixth inning at Coca-Cola Park, in Allentown, Pa. (AP Photo)ALLENTOWN, Pa. Minor league baseball clubs are known for staging unusual promotions and giveaways to draw fans out to the ballpark. But the Philadelphia Phillies' top farm club took giveaways to a whole new level on Tuesday, awarding a free funeral to a fan recently diagnosed with ALS.Steve Paul, 64, of Freemansburg, Pa. got a standing ovation as he was wheeled onto the field at Coca-Cola Park in Allentown and announced as the recipient of a funeral package from the Lehigh Valley IronPigs. The package includes a casket, a choice of embalming or cremation, hearse, headstone, flowers and a funeral or memorial service. The total value of the items involved: nearly $10,000.Kevin Reichel, who owns Reichel Funeral Home in nearby Northampton, Pa., told he was initially hesitant about such a seemingly morbid giveaway at a family event. However, he soon changed his mind."A baseball game is a family setting and I think if you are going to talk about your funeral or anything important in life, the first people you turn to are family," Re