By Keith J. Kelly | 20 August 2019
NEW YORK POST — A former LA bureau chief of the National Enquirer who spoke openly about the supermarket tabloid’s “catch-and-kill” practices died suddenly on a street in Palm Springs, Calif., in the early hours of Aug. 13.
Jerry George, 63, was found dead around 2 a.m. only a few blocks from home.
“The police told me that he hit his head,” said John Toia, George’s husband of 11 years.
Toia said the coroner had not yet established a definitive cause of death, but George’s wallet and cellphone were still with him when he was discovered by police, who responded to a 911 call about a man down on a street. […]