Look, I am not saying that the Clintons or their contacts are guilty of murder— there hasn’t been anything close to evidence proving homicide.
However, friends, contacts, and/or people investigating Bill and Hillary Clinton, have this nasty habit of turning up dead. We all gotta go sometimes, but these people seem to go to their maker under weird circumstances (and many by suicide).
And now there’s a brand new example:
Republican operative Peter W. Smith has “committed suicide” at the age of eighty-one just days after he spoke with The Wall Street Journal about a Clinton investigation. In the interview, he revealed that he had attempted to recover he 30k+ emails of Hillary Clinton that went missing.
According to police though, he took his life due to his failing health. And if you believe in coincidences you may feel perfectly comfortable that his suicide had nothing to do with that WSJ story.
In mid-May, in a room at a Rochester hotel used almost exclusively by Mayo Clinic patients and relatives, Peter W. Smith, 81, left a carefully prepared file of documents, including a statement police called a suicide note in which he said he was in ill-health and a life insurance policy was expiring.
Days earlier, the financier from suburban Lake Forest gave an interview to the Journal about his quest, and it began publishing stories about his efforts in late June. The Journal also reported it had seen emails written by Smith showing his team considered retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, then a top adviser to Republican Donald Trump‘s campaign, an ally. Flynn briefly was President Trump’s national security adviser and resigned after it was determined he had failed to disclose contacts with Russia.
Originally, the reports read that he died of natural causes. It wasn’t until Thursday [7/13] that the details surfaced, revealing his death to be a suicide. He was reported to have been “found with a bag over his head with a source of helium attached,” the paper reports…