Former Haitian government Klaus Eberwein was found dead in a motel room earlier this week from a gunshot wound to the head. The Miami-Dade medical examiner is ruling it a suicide. What’s suspicious about this ‘suicide’? Eberwein was set to testify against the Clinton Foundation. Interesting. (Photo) Miami Herald reports: Klaus Eberwein, a former Haitian government official, was found dead Tuesday in a South Dade motel room in what the Miami-Dade medical examiner’s office is ruling a suicide. “He shot himself in the head,” said Veronica Lamar, Miami-Dade medical examiner records supervisor. She listed his time of death at 12:19
Dead men tell no tales. Apparently there is probably no gun shot residue on the hand of the suicide victim and more than likely the shot was fired from about 4 feet away. Sound like a real Arkanside to me!
The other supposed ´suicide´ was an old guy looking into the ´Clinton server hackers´ to see if anyone had, would admit to having, and maybe turn over the 30,000 ´Yoga´ emails that the HildeBeast scrubbed from her server (with the cloth, of course). That person supposedly put a plastic bag over his head and ran a hose from a helium tank, opened the valve, and asphyxiated himself. He also supposedly left a suicide note, which ´mentioned a life insurance policy that was due to expire´. Only thing is, life insurance generally does NOT COVER SUICIDE!
Yep, the Clinton Crime Family is DEFINITELY still in Business!
A quarter century ago The Clinton Chronicles was released on VCR tape. There were some four dozen human beings with bad connections to the Clintons who for some reason or another wound up dead. Four dozen, now become six (or more) dozen! Coincidence? Not with this crowd. If the truth about the Clintons were discovered, they´d be headed to the hoosegow for the rest of their natural lives.
We´ve all known for decades that anyone with evidence against the clintons, especially those about to testify, meet untimely deaths. The interesting question is, why do medical examiners always rule these deaths are accidents or suicides? Pretty hard to commit suicide with a shotgun to the back of the head.
The other part of the question is, where are law enforcement, and why are they so afraid to pursue any investigation that involves the clintons? Where is the FBI? Takes a lot of power, influence, or money to shut down so many investigations. Or is it fear of being the next victim? These are high level, professional hits. Who are the experts? The CIA or the Mafia?
No, #5, Kennedy, Jr. was just an incompetent pilot, more money than brains, lazy and overimpressed with his meager piloting skills.
He foolishly put himself into a difficult situation, and was too stupid to even turn on the autopilot which would have stopped his classic death spiral in limited/ambiguous visual conditions. Too rich - moved up in aircraft complexity too rapidly, well ahead of his skills. Basically a C150 level pilot flying a 260 hp, constant speed prop, retractable gear Saratoga. If he had stuck with his Cessna 182, he would have a better chance, but he was still in over his head. Arrogance. The laws of physics are not impressed with "Do you know who I am?"
Can´t put that one on the Clintons, I´m afraid. Not their MO, either. With light aircraft they rig them to explode in midair - this has happened to, IIRC, three separate inconvenient pilots who were crossing Clinton.
Melania Trump made sure all eyes were on her when she donned hot pink to condemn bullying during her speech at the United Nations luncheon on Wednesday. The 47-year-old first lady stood out in a neon wool coat while addressing the spouses of other world leaders, among others, during a lunch held at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations in New York. Melania´s $2,950 coat from Delpozo featured voluminous sleeves and a matching wool belt that cinched her waist. (Photos) She paired the simple, yet elegant, coat with matching hot pink pumps and minimal jewelry as she let the
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