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Cause for death
Agreed. A man in Palomo's apparent physical condition at the time of his death does not simply keel over after having dinner. Palomo appeared to be in excellent physical shape right up to the time of his death, and as far as I know he did not smoke, drink to excess, or do drugs. As a matter of fact, as a devout member of the church of Scientology I think drugs would be something he would avoid in accordance with his religion.
So, barring a congenital defect of the heart, or some kind of microvalve disease, Palomo's "heart attack" death begins to take on an almost suspicious subtext given the complete lack of details released to the public.
The only other possible cause I can come up with would be an unusually high amount of cholesterol in his system, like what killed Richard Beckinsale at 32 years of age in the late 70s. --126.96.36.199 (talk) 23:29, 28 June 2008 (UTC)