Investigative anti-Clinton critic the latest to turn up dead in recent weeks
08/15/2016 / By JD Heyes / Comments
Investigative anti-Clinton critic the latest to turn up dead in recent weeks

Add another “mysterious death” to the Clinton body count.

A contributing reporter to the American Free Press, Victor Thorn, 54, has turned up dead from what police say was a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Thorn’s claim to fame, so to speak, is that he was a long-time researcher and critic of Bill and Hillary Clinton.

An author of more than 20 books, Thorn was known best for the Clinton trilogy, “three definitive works that delved into the history of the power couple, including their sordid scandals, Bill Clinton’s sexual assaults of multiple women, and the drug-running out of Mena, Arkansas, while Clinton was governor of the state.” The Political Insider reports.

Upon receiving news of Thorn’s demise, the American Free Press contacted the State College, Pa., police department for news related to his death; Thorn was born Scott Robert Makufka. But police weren’t able to provide any details, and it was unclear how the determination that the gunshot would was self-inflicted was made.

Thorn’s latest book is titled, “CROWNING CLINTON: Why Hillary Shouldn’t Be in the White House.” It has been described as a major indictment of Hillary Clinton’s alleged criminal behavior.

According to a description of the book, it provides readers with a wealth of information that the mainstream media only recently discovered and reported – some outlets, anyway. In addition, there are more than 50 one-on-one interviews with a number of experts on government and policy to provide a multitude of evidence as to why Clinton is unsuited for the White House and why the country should never let Bill Clinton anywhere near it.

Some of the details provided by Thorn in the book involves “the real truth” about Benghazi, specifically implicating Hillary Clinton; her cover-ups of her husband’s serial sexual dalliances and assaults against some of his victims; what really happened regarding her use of multiple private email servers and devices while serving as Obama’s secretary of state; shady business arrangements and dealings of late, involving allegations of money laundering; and more.

“At a time when this nation’s future hangs on a delicate thread, every argument must be made to prevent Bill and Hillary from inflicting any further damage on the nation. Crowning Clinton arrives at precisely the right time,” says the book description.

The death of Thorn is just the latest one in a series of freak deaths that don’t make a lot of sense when you delve into the circumstances:

— In early July, former president of the UN General Assembly, John Ashe, died just days before he was to testify against the Clintons and the Democratic Party. According to the official story, Ashe “accidentally” crushed his own throat in a workout-related incident. But that was after the New York Post‘s Page Six reported that he had died from a heart attack. Ashe was to testify with his businessman co-defendant Ng Lap Seng, a Chinese national who funneled $1 billion to Ashe – and several hundred thousand dollars, illegally, to the Democratic National Committee during Bill Clinton’s tenure.

— Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich was shot and killed as he walked in his neighborhood in Washington, D.C., on July 10. He was shot in the back; police are investigating the crime as an attempted robbery but the shooter did not take his wallet or anything else of value. Rich was a data analyst who some believe leaked thousands of damaging emails from the DNC to WikiLeaks. Also, there is another connection to the Clinton Global Initiative involving corruption, which you can read here.

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